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Space-partitioning Data- Structures and their Applications

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As we progress towards more and more interactive systems, computer graphics and computer representation of our world continue to grow in functionality as well as complexity. But increasing complexity requires sophisticated space-oriented data structures and algorithms to capture, store, manipulate and process data. In this presentation, we explore such structures in some detail and try to understand how they achieve a balance between space and time bounds whilst supporting complex operations.

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