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Indexing Future Trajectories of Moving Objects in a Constrained Network

Ji-Dong Chen and Xiao-Feng Meng   

  1. School of Information, Renmin University of China, Beijing 100872, China Key Laboratory of Data Engineering and Knowledge Engineering, Ministry of Education, Beijing 100872, China
  • Received:2006-05-01 Revised:2007-02-02 Online:2007-03-10 Published:2007-03-10

Advances in wireless sensor networks and positioning technologies enable new applications monitoring moving objects. Some of these applications, such as traffic management, require the possibility to query the future trajectories of the objects. In this paper, we propose an original data access method, the ANR-tree, which supports predictive queries. We focus on real life environments, where the objects move within constrained networks, such as vehicles on roads. We introduce a simulation-based prediction model based on graphs of cellular automata, which makes full use of the network constraints and the stochastic traffic behavior. Our technique differs strongly from the linear prediction model, which has low prediction accuracy and requires frequent updates when applied to real traffic with velocity changing frequently. The data structure extends the R-tree with adaptive units which group neighbor objects moving in the similar moving patterns. The predicted movement of the adaptive unit is not given by a single trajectory, but instead by two trajectory bounds based on different assumptions on the traffic conditions and obtained from the simulation. Our experiments, carried on two different datasets, show that the ANR-tree is essentially one order of magnitude more efficient than the TPR-tree, and is much more scalable.

Key words: Program synthesis; very high-level language; parallelism and concurrency; formal specification; first-order logic;



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