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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The development of a spatiotemporal access method suitable for objects moving on fixed networks is a very attractive challenge due to the great number of real-world spatiotemporal database applications and fleet management systems dealing with this type of objects. In this work, a new indexing technique, named Fixed Network R-Tree (FNR-Tree), is proposed for objects constrained to move on fixed networks in 2-dimensional space. The general idea that describes the FNR-Tree is a forest ofdoi:10.1007/978-3-540-45072-6_17 fatcat:dsfz2zuopnhabmptxbrdvjw7ai