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New Project Proposal: libspatialindex [message #1402824] Thu, 17 July 2014 15:44
Richard Burcher is currently offline Richard BurcherFriend
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libspatialindex is a "Gang of Four"-inspired C/C++ library for implementation of spatial indexes. It contains a number of features that make it a valuable key component of many spatial software stacks, but its standout feature is that of providing a generic interface to which specific index implementations can be adapted. Some of its current major features include:

+ R* tree with quadratic and linear splitting variants
+ MVR and TPR trees
+ Disk and memory serialization
+ Storage adaptation
+ Bulk sorting and insertion
+ Arbitrary shape range queries
+ The addition of a C API makes it easier for scripting languages like Ruby and Python to call into libspatialindex using FFI-style wrappers.
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