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Multi-Step Processing of Spatial Joins

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Multi-Step Processing of Spatial Joins
Spatial joins are one of the most important operations for combining spatial objects of several relations. In this paper, spatial join processing is studied in detail for extended spatial objects in twodimensional data space. We present an approach for spatial join processing that is based on three steps. First, a spatial join is performed on the minimum bounding rectangles of the objects returning a set of candidates. Various approaches for accelerating this step of join processing have been examined at the last year's conference [BKS 93a]. In this paper, we focus on the problem how to compute the answers from the set of candidates which is handled by the following two steps. First of all, sophisticated approximations are used to identify answers as well as to filter out false hits from the set of candidates. For this purpose, we investigate various types of conservative and progressive approximations. In the last step, the exact geometry of the remaining candidates has to be te...
Thomas Brinkhoff, Hans-Peter Kriegel, Ralf Schneid
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Type Conference
Year 1994
Where SIGMOD
Authors Thomas Brinkhoff, Hans-Peter Kriegel, Ralf Schneider, Bernhard Seeger
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