- Full Description
Space support in databases poses new challenges in every part of a database management system & the capability of spatial support in the physical layer is considered very important. This has led to the design of spatial access methods to enable the effective & efficient management of spatial objects. R-trees have a simplicity of structure & together with their resemblance to the B-tree, allow developers to incorporate them easily into existing database management systems for the support of spatial query processing. This book provides an extensive survey of the R-tree evolution, studying the applicability of the structure & its variations to efficient query processing, accurate proposed cost models, & implementation issues like concurrency control and parallelism. Written for database researchers, designers & programmers as well as graduate students, this comprehensive monograph will be a welcome addition to the field.
- Table of Contents
Table of Contents
- Fundamental Concepts.
- Dynamic Versions of R
- Static Versions of R
- Query Processing Issues.
- Fundamental Query Processing Techniques.
- Processing More Complex Queries.
- Trees in Modern Applications.
- Trees in Spatiotemporal Databases.
- Trees for Multimedia, Warehousing and Mining.
- Advanced Issues.
- Query Optimization Issues.
- Implementation Issues.
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