2009: Changqing Chen

... suggests that indexing techniques which work well for similarity queries may not necessarily support efficient box queries. In this thesis, we propose the BoND-tree, a new indexing technique designed for supporting box queries in an NDDS. Both our theoretical analysis and experimental results demon ...

... suggests that indexing techniques which work well for similarity queries may not necessarily support efficient box queries. In this thesis, we propose the BoND-tree, a new indexing technique designed for supporting box queries in an NDDS. Both our theoretical analysis and experimental results demon ...

A Data Parallel Algorithm for XML DOM Parsing

... popped and the parsing continues. After the last character of the document is processed, if S is empty, then the entire DOM tree has been constructed. Otherwise, the document is not well-formed. 3.2 A Parallel Approach Given an XML document, any data parallel algorithm would perform the following ta ...

... popped and the parsing continues. After the last character of the document is processed, if S is empty, then the entire DOM tree has been constructed. Otherwise, the document is not well-formed. 3.2 A Parallel Approach Given an XML document, any data parallel algorithm would perform the following ta ...

Big Idea - Department of Computer Science

... … insert particle j in QuadTree endfor … At this point, each leaf of Quad_Tree will have 0 or 1 particles … There will be 0 particles when some sibling has 1 Traverse the Quad_Tree eliminating empty leaves … via, say Breadth First Search Procedure Quad_Tree_Insert(j, n) … Try to insert particle j at ...

... … insert particle j in QuadTree endfor … At this point, each leaf of Quad_Tree will have 0 or 1 particles … There will be 0 particles when some sibling has 1 Traverse the Quad_Tree eliminating empty leaves … via, say Breadth First Search Procedure Quad_Tree_Insert(j, n) … Try to insert particle j at ...

ABSTRACT The Binary Search Tree serves as an important

... // zero out to prevent children from deletion right = left = 0; delete this; return result; ...

... // zero out to prevent children from deletion right = left = 0; delete this; return result; ...

Lecture Notes- Data Structures

... of time for a given input size.You can label a function, or algorithm, with an Asymptotic Notation in many different ways. Some examples are, you can describe an algorithm by its best case, worse case, or equivalent case. The most common is to analyze an algorithm by its worst case. You typically do ...

... of time for a given input size.You can label a function, or algorithm, with an Asymptotic Notation in many different ways. Some examples are, you can describe an algorithm by its best case, worse case, or equivalent case. The most common is to analyze an algorithm by its worst case. You typically do ...

Dynamic Data Structures: Orthogonal Range Queries and Update

... than previous worst-case efficient structures, under the assumption that the x-coordinates of the points are drawn from a smooth probabilistic distribution, and the y-coordinates are drawn from a class of probabilistic distributions that exhibit unbounded density. In Section 2.4 we waive the assumpt ...

... than previous worst-case efficient structures, under the assumption that the x-coordinates of the points are drawn from a smooth probabilistic distribution, and the y-coordinates are drawn from a class of probabilistic distributions that exhibit unbounded density. In Section 2.4 we waive the assumpt ...

CS3114_09212011 - People

... • To do well, you must be able to handle both – Programming (we focus on projects with dynamic memory allocation and file processing) – Content, theory and analysis ...

... • To do well, you must be able to handle both – Programming (we focus on projects with dynamic memory allocation and file processing) – Content, theory and analysis ...