Similarity Search Using Metric Trees

Bhavin Bhuta, Gautam Chauhan

Abstract


The traditional method of comparing values against database might work well for small database but when the database size increases invariably then the efficiency takes a hit. For instance,image plagiarism detection software has large amount of images stored in the database, when we compare the hash values of input query image against that of database then the comparison may consume a good amount of time.  For this reason we introduce the concept of using metric trees which makes use metric space properties for indexing in databases.  In this paper, we have provided the working of various nearest neighbor search trees for speeding up this task. Various spatial partition and indexing techniques are explained in detail and their performance in real-time world is provided.

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