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Recently, a wide range of applications like hurricane research, fire management, navigation systems, and transportation, to name only a few, has shown increasing interest in managing and analyzing space and time-referenced objects, so-called moving objects, that continuously change their positions over time. In the same way as moving objects can change their location over time, the spatial relationships between them can change over time. An important class of spatial relationships are cardinaldoi:10.1145/1869790.1869854 dblp:conf/gis/ChenLS10 fatcat:dibtc75vuzednfee66da5kirba