Abstract: We present a study to show the possibility of using two well-known space partitioning and indexing techniques, kd trees and quad trees, in declustering applications to increase input/output (I/O) parallelization and reduce spatial data processing times. This parallelization enables time-consuming computational geometry algorithms to be applied efficiently to big spatial data rendering and querying. The key challenge is how to balance the spatial processing load across a large number of worker
nodes, given significant performance heterogeneity in nodes and processing skews in the workload.
Büyük Veri, Paralel İşleme ve Akademisyenlik [Link]
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