Skyline Query for Location-Based Recommendation in Mobile Application
The development of mobile computing and communication technology has become more and more important in recent years. In many mobile applications, users need to select “good” information in massive data and skyline query is an approach to achieve the goal in decision-marking situations. In our paper, we present skyline queries in mobile application to select the most qualified parking lots according to the current location and some other information of the parking lots. The information, such as the space number, is updating varying time and the user’s location will change, too. Furthermore, we only need to consider the parking lots in local position to gain the optimization goal, rather than global optimization goal. So we need to improve the skyline query and make it appropriate for local query and location-based dynamic query.
KeywordsSkyline Query Recommendation Location-based services Mobile Application Google Maps API
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