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2009
Springer

Maintaining Nets and Net Trees under Incremental Motion

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Maintaining Nets and Net Trees under Incremental Motion
The problem of maintaining geometric structures for points in motion has been well studied over the years. Much theoretical work to date has been based on the assumption that point motion is continuous and predictable, but in practice, motion is typically presented incrementally in discrete time steps and may not be predictable. We consider the problem of maintaining a data structure for a set of points undergoing such incremental motion. We present a simple online model in which two agents cooperate to maintain the structure. One defines the data structure and provides a collection of certificates, which guarantee the structure’s correctness. The other checks that the motion over time satisfies these certificates and notifies the first agent of any violations. We present efficient online algorithms for maintaining both nets and net trees for a point set undergoing incremental motion in a space of constant dimension. We analyze our algorithms’ efficiencies by bounding their c...
Minkyoung Cho, David M. Mount, Eunhui Park
Added 26 May 2010
Updated 26 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ISAAC
Authors Minkyoung Cho, David M. Mount, Eunhui Park
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