A Cost Model for Spatial Intersection Queries on RI-Trees

The efficient management of interval sequences represents a core requirement for many temporal and spatial database applications. With the Relational Interval Tree (RI-tree), an efficient access method has been proposed to process intersection queries of spatial objects encoded by interval sequences on top of existing object-relational database systems. This paper complements that approach by effective and efficient models to estimate the selectivity and the I/O cost of interval sequence intersection queries in order to guide the cost-based optimizer whether and how to include the RI-tree into the execution plan. By design, the models immediately fit to common extensible indexing/optimization frameworks, and their implementations exploit the built-in statistics facilities of the database server. According to our experimental evaluation on an Oracle database, the average relative error of the estimated query results and costs lies in the range of 0% to 32%, depending on the size and the structural complexity of the query objects.

Authors: Kriegel H.-P., Pfeifle M., Pötke M., Seidl T.
Published in: Proc. 9th Int'l Conf. on Database Systems for Advanced Applications (DASFAA 2004), Jeju Island, Korea. Springer LNCS 2973
Publisher: Springer - Heidelberg,Germany
Language: EN
Year: 2004
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(acceptance rate 29%)

Pages: 331-338
ISBN: 978-3-540-210
Conference: DASFAA
DOI:10.1007/978-3-540-24571-1_30
Url:DASFAA 2004
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Type: Conference papers (peer reviewed)
Research topic: Fast Access to Complex Data