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Multi-level Load Shedding Scheme to Increase Spatial Data Stream Query Accuracy
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Multi-level Load Shedding Scheme to Increase Spatial Data Stream Query Accuracy
Jeong, Weonil;
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In spatial data stream management systems, it is needed appropriate load shedding algorithm because real-time input spatial data streams could exceed the limitation of main memory. However previous researches, lack regard for input ratio and spatial utilization rates of spatial data streams, or the characteristics of data source which generates data streams with spatial information efficiently, can lead to decrease the performance and accuracy of spatial data stream query. Therefore, multi-level load shedding scheme for spatial data stream management systems is proposed to increase the spatial query performance and accuracy. This proposed scheme limits overloads in relation to the input rate and the characteristics of data source first, and then, if needed, query data representing low query participation probability based on spatial utilizations are dropped relatively. Our experiments show that the proposed method could decrease load shedding frequency for previous researches by more than 11% despite query results accuracy and query performance are superior at 0.04% and 3%.
Spatial Data Stream;Load Shedding;Spatial Continuous Query;
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