About: Spatiotemporal database is a(n) research topic. Over the lifetime, 1221 publication(s) have been published within this topic receiving 32652 citation(s).
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•01 Jan 1989
TL;DR: Fundamentals of Database Systems combines clear explanations of theory and design, broad coverage of models and real systems, and excellent examples with up-to-date introductions to modern database technologies.
Abstract: From the Publisher: Fundamentals of Database Systems combines clear explanations of theory and design, broad coverage of models and real systems, and excellent examples with up-to-date introductions to modern database technologies. This edition is completely revised and updated, and reflects the latest trends in technological and application development. Professors Elmasri and Navathe focus on the relational model and include coverage of recent object-oriented developments. They also address advanced modeling and system enhancements in the areas of active databases, temporal and spatial databases, and multimedia information systems. This edition also surveys the latest application areas of data warehousing, data mining, web databases, digital libraries, GIS, and genome databases. New to the Third Edition Reorganized material on data modeling to clearly separate entity relationship modeling, extended entity relationship modeling, and object-oriented modeling Expanded coverage of the object-oriented and object/relational approach to data management, including ODMG and SQL3 Uses examples from real database systems including OracleTM and Microsoft AccessAE Includes discussion of decision support applications of data warehousing and data mining, as well as emerging technologies of web databases, multimedia, and mobile databases Covers advanced modeling in the areas of active, temporal, and spatial databases Provides coverage of issues of physical database tuning Discusses current database application areas of GIS, genome, and digital libraries
24 Feb 1998
TL;DR: In this paper, the visibility of a user of a separate replicated database to the central database from a set of visibility rules stored at a central location was defined. But the visibility rules were not defined.
Abstract: Database management method and system, for a database having a central database (1) and a plurality of partially replicated databases (21-a, 21-b, 21-c). The database management (9) method and system determine the visibility of a user of a separate replicated database to the central database from a set of visibility rules stored at a central location.
01 Jun 2002-Geoinformatica
TL;DR: In this paper, the most important properties of network-based moving objects are presented and discussed and a framework is proposed where the user can control the behavior of the generator by re-defining the functionality of selected object classes.
Abstract: Benchmarking spatiotemporal database systems requires the definition of suitable datasets simulating the typical behavior of moving objects. Previous approaches for generating spatiotemporal data do not consider that moving objects often follow a given network. Therefore, benchmarks require datasets consisting of such “network-based” moving objects. In this paper, the most important properties of network-based moving objects are presented and discussed. Essential aspects are the maximum speed and the maximum capacity of connections, the influence of other moving objects on the speed and the route of an object, the adequate determination of the start and destination of an object, the influence of external events, and time-scheduled traffic. These characteristics are the basis for the specification and development of a new generator for spatiotemporal data. This generator combines real data (the network) with user-defined properties of the resulting dataset. A framework is proposed where the user can control the behavior of the generator by re-defining the functionality of selected object classes. An experimental performance investigation demonstrates that the chosen approach is suitable for generating large data sets.
•01 Jan 1984
TL;DR: It is necessary to consider the architecture of the distributed database as a system of principles rather than as a black-box of values.
Abstract: Distributed databases: principles and systems , Distributed databases: principles and systems , مرکز فناوری اطلاعات و اطلاع رسانی کشاورزی
••01 Oct 1994
TL;DR: This work surveys data modeling, querying, data structures and algorithms, and system architecture for spatial database systems, with the emphasis on describing known technology in a coherent manner, rather than listing open problems.
Abstract: We propose a definition of a spatial database system as a database system that offers spatial data types in its data model and query language, and supports spatial data types in its implementation, providing at least spatial indexing and spatial join methods. Spatial database systems offer the underlying database technology for geographic information systems and other applications. We survey data modeling, querying, data structures and algorithms, and system architecture for such systems. The emphasis is on describing known technology in a coherent manner, rather than listing open problems.
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