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Flexible aggregate similarity search

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Flexible aggregate similarity search
Aggregate similarity search, a.k.a. aggregate nearest neighbor (Ann) query, finds many useful applications in spatial and multimedia databases. Given a group Q of M query objects, it retrieves the most (or top-k) similar object to Q from a database P, where the similarity is an aggregation (e.g., sum, max) of the distances between the retrieved object p and all the objects in Q. In this paper, we propose an added flexibility to the query definition, where the similarity is an aggregation over the distances between p and any subset of
Yang Li, Feifei Li, Ke Yi, Bin Yao 0002, Min Wang
Added 17 Sep 2011
Updated 17 Sep 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where SIGMOD
Authors Yang Li, Feifei Li, Ke Yi, Bin Yao 0002, Min Wang
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