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Moving Region in Spatial Temporal Data Warehousing

Dr.V. Karthikeyani, I. Shahina Begam, K. Tajudin, I. Parvin Begam


Data warehousing is one of the important concept in the research area, it defines as a subject oriented, integrated, time-variant, non-volatile collection of data that supports the decision making process. Moving object databases (MOD) are among the recent research directions that emerged to fulfill the requirements of many potential applications. In the previous research to maximum focus the moving object is taken as the moving points, and the query to analysis is concentrated in nearest neighboring query. In the basis of the time variant data, consider our research in the MOD, here to discuss about the moving region data selection with the different time duration and the limitation of the region boundary pattern. The number of objects is consider as the moving region, in our research to discuss the Hurricane details in the moving region, because it extend the length depends upon the wind speed. The direction of flow the data consider only the x, y coordinate value. To apply the frequent query in the basis of the boundary value and retrieve the answer from the database. In this method very easy to implement, view different location of the data collection.


Coordinates Value, Moving Region and Window Selection

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