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Dynamic Storage Balancing in a Distributed Spatial Index

Abstract : We propose a general framework to index very large datasets of spatial data in a distributed system. Our proposal is built on the recently proposed Scalable Distributed Rtree (SD-Rtree)~\cite{MLR07} and addresses specifically the server allocation problem. In SD-Rtree, a new server is assigned to the network whenever a split of a full node is required. We describe a more flexible allocation protocol which copes with a temporary shortage of storage resources. Our algorithm is especially based on $k$-NN query processing we introduce as well. We analyze the cost of this protocol, describe its features, and propose practical hints to use it. We also present experiments validating our approach.
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Cedric Du Mouza, Witold Litwin, Philippe Rigaux. Dynamic Storage Balancing in a Distributed Spatial Index. GIS'07 ACM Intl Symp. on Advances in Geographic Information Systems, Seattle, Jan 2007, X, France. pp.27-34. ⟨hal-01125389⟩

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