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D-index: Distance index

D-index is an index structure which is able to search in data modelled as metric spaces.

Vlastislav Dohnal

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Related bibliography:

[Dohnal et al., 2003a] Dohnal, V., Gennaro, C., Savino, P., and Zezula, P. (2003a). D-Index: Distance searching index for metric data sets. Multimedia Tools and Applications, 21(1):9–

  1. Kluwer Academic Publishers.

[Dohnal et al., 2003b] Dohnal,V., Gennaro, C., and Zezula, P. (2003b). Similarity join in metric spaces using eD-Index. In Maˇr´ık, V., Retschitzegger, W., and ˇ Stˇep´ankov´a, O., editors, Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications (DEXA 2003), Prague, Czech Republic, September 1-5, 2003, volume 2736 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 484–493. Springer.

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