Spatial Similarity Queries with Logical Operators

@inproceedings{Nedas2003SpatialSQ,
  title={Spatial Similarity Queries with Logical Operators},
  author={Konstantinos A. Nedas and Max J. Egenhofer},
  booktitle={SSTD},
  year={2003}
}
Traditional spatial querying assumes that a user specifies exactly the constraints of valid results, and that the result set contains only those items that fulfill exactly the query constraints. The nature of spatial data, however, makes it difficult for a user to always guess correctly the values stored, while exhaustive enumerations of acceptable alternatives to the ideal target would become a tedious process. Likewise, values that deviate somewhat from the query constraints should be part of… CONTINUE READING
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