Provided by: International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT)
Topic: Data Management
Date Added: Aug 2013
Mobile clients feature increasingly sophisticated wireless networking support that enables real-time information exchange with remote databases. Location-dependent queries, such as determining the proximity of stationary objects (e.g., restaurants and gas stations) are an important class of inquiries. The authors present a novel approach to support nearest neighbor queries from mobile hosts by leveraging the sharing capabilities of wireless ad-hoc networks. They illustrate how previous query results cached in the local storage of neighboring mobile peers can be leveraged to either fully or partially compute and verify spatial queries at a local host.