Trajectory queries and octagons in moving object databases

@inproceedings{Zhu2002TrajectoryQA,
  title={Trajectory queries and octagons in moving object databases},
  author={Hongjun Zhu and Jianwen Su and Oscar H. Ibarra},
  booktitle={CIKM},
  year={2002}
}
An important class of queries in moving object databases involves trajectories. We propose to divide trajectory predicates into topological and non-topological parts; extend the 9 intersection model of Egenhofer-Franzosa to a 3-step evaluation strategy for trajectory queries: a filter step, a refinement step, and a tracing step.The filter and refinement steps are similar to region searches. As in spatial databases, approximations of trajectories are typically used in evaluating trajectory… CONTINUE READING
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