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Development of a Spatio-Temporal DSMS for the Real-time Management of Moving Objects Data Stream
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Development of a Spatio-Temporal DSMS for the Real-time Management of Moving Objects Data Stream
Shin, In-Su; Kim, Jang-Woo; Kim, Joung-Joon; Han, Ki-Joon;
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 Abstract
Recently, according to the development of ubiquitous computing technology, the efficient management of locations of moving objects is increasing rapidly in various fields. However, MODBMS and DSMS can not support the efficient real-time management of spatio-temporal stream data of moving objects. Therefore, this paper designed and implemented a spatio-temporal DSMS which can support the efficient real-time management of spatio-temporal stream data of moving objects. Especially, to develop the spatio-temporal DSMS, we extended STREAM of Stanford University and used GEOS that supports spatial data types and spatial operators of OGC. Finally, this paper proved the efficiency of the spatio-temporal DSMS by applying it to the real-time monitoring field which requires the real-time management of spatio-temporal stream data of moving objects.
 Keywords
Moving Object Location Data;Spatio-temporal Stream Data;STREAM;Spatio-Temporal DSMS;
 Language
Korean
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