RkNN Query Processing in Distributed Spatial Infrastructures: A Performance Study
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The Reverse k-Nearest Neighbor (RkNN) problem, i.e. finding all objects in a dataset that have a given query point among their corresponding k-nearest neighbors, has received increasing attention in the past years. RkNN queries are of particular interest in a wide range of applications such as decision support systems, resource allocation, profile-based marketing, location-based services, etc. With the current increasing volume of spatial data, it is difficult to perform RkNN queries efficiently in spatial data-intensive applications, because of the limited computational capability and storage resources. In this paper, we investigate how to design and implement distributed RkNN query algorithms using shared-nothing spatial cloud infrastructures as SpatialHadoop and LocationSpark. SpatialHadoop is a framework that inherently supports spatial indexing on top of Hadoop to perform efficiently spatial queries. LocationSpark is a recent spatial data processing system built on top of Spark. W...