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E. on databases of significantly more than just a few thousand objects. Ester et al. (1996) present the density-based clustering algorithm DBSCAN. 0) has to contain at least a minimum number of points 0LQ3WV > 0). DBSCAN meets the above requirements in the following sense: first, DBSCAN requires only two input parameters (SV0LQ3WVand supports the user in determining an appropriate value for it. Second, it discovers clusters of arbitrary shape and can distinguish noise. Third, using spatial access methods, DBSCAN is efficient even for very large spatial databases.
The space constraint 6(SV and 0LQ3WV if 1. q ∈ S, 2. p ∈ 1 (SVT and 3. &DUG 1(SVT ≥ 0LQ3WV (core point condition). t. the space constraint 6 is equivalent to being directly densityreachable. t. t. the space constraint 7 (SV and 0LQ3WV Obviously, this direct density-reachability is symmetric for pairs of core points. In general, however, it is not symmetric if one core point and one border point are involved. Figure 8 illustrates the definition and also shows the asymmetric case. t. t. t.
We use the ‘sharednothing’ architecture which has the main advantage that it can be scaled up to hundreds and probably thousands of computers. As a data structure, we introduce the dR*-tree, a distributed spatial index structure. The main program of PDBSCAN, the master, starts a clustering slave on each available computer in the network and distributes the whole data set onto the slaves, Every slave clusters only its local data. The replicated index provides an efficient access of data, and the interference between computers is also minimized through the local access of the data.