By Bart Kuijpers, Jan Paredaens, Jan Van den Bussche (auth.), Max J. Egenhofer, John R. Herring (eds.)
This ebook offers the complaints of the 4th overseas Symposium on huge Spatial Databases, SSD '95, held in Portland, Maine, united states in August 1995.
The 23 refereed complete papers provided have been chosen from greater than 60 submissions and describe the state of the art within the increasing box of huge spatial databases, with a undeniable emphasis on an upcoming new new release of spatial database administration platforms. the quantity is geared up in sections on spatial facts types, spatial information mining, spatial question processing, a number of representations, open GIS, geo-algorithms, reasoning approximately spatial kinfolk, spatial joins, and benchmarks.
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The first surface, obtained from the image in Fig. 3(a), has 117 points and the second one, obtained from the image in Fig. 3(b), has 112 points. Fig. 12(a) shows the matching result using the local search and Fig. 12(b) shows the matching result using the proposed global search. Table 3 presents some numerical results of this last example. Using the global search 100% of satisfactory matches of type “one to one” was established. Using the local search was only established 31% of those matches.
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Advances in Spatial Databases: 4th International Symposium, SSD'95 Portland, ME, USA, August 6–9, 1995 Proceedings by Bart Kuijpers, Jan Paredaens, Jan Van den Bussche (auth.), Max J. Egenhofer, John R. Herring (eds.)