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Continuous top-k queries, Filtering, Sensor networks, Dominating set tree, Communication Networks, Pruning, Aggregation, Database Systems

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Subject-Keyword: Continuous top-k queries Filtering Sensor networks Dominating set tree Communication Networks Pruning Aggregation Database Systems

Type of item: Computing Science Technical Report

Computing science technical report ID: TR09-01

Language: English

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Description: Technical report TR09-01. Finding the top-k values is an important type of aggregation query in wireless sensor networks. Previous proposals relied on a given underlying logical tree topology for data aggregation-forwarding, but did not pay due attention to the role of such topology. In this paper we first argue that the underlying tree topology plays a very important role in the query processing cost. We then propose the use of a particular tree topology, based on Dominating Sets, which is well suited to explore the network-s physical topology for processing the top-k queries efficiently. Experimental results obtained using real and synthetic datasets confirm that by simply replacing the tree topologies used in previous proposals with the Dominating Set-based Tree DST one can reduce the cost of the top-k queries considerably, but the gain depends on k and other network related parameters. In addition we also propose two new algorithms, TAGP and ATAK, for processing the top-k queries. Our experimental results reveal that in all examined cases ATAK consistently performs better than other techniques while exploiting the proposed logical tree topology effectively.

Date created: 2009

DOI: doi:10.7939-R3959CF9H

License information: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported

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Autor: Malhotra, Baljeet Nascimento, Mario A. Nikolaidis, Ioanis

Fuente: https://era.library.ualberta.ca/



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