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Without selecting any of those objects, the algorithm continues to the next lower subspace which contains only the object which is already part of the intermediate result. The same is the case for the next sibling subspace and the object . Finally, object is added to the result from the next sibling subspace and the computation ends. 2 On Skyline Queries and How to Choose from Pareto Sets Fig. 6 Cooperative Approaches The previously presented approaches strictly rely on structural or statistical properties in order to reduce the size of the skyline set.
This effect is usually referred to as “curse of dimensionality”. g. the data distribution) that the skyline size grows roughly exponential with the number of query attributes [7,8]. However, there is still no reliable and accurate algorithm for predicting skyline sizes given arbitrary database instances and user preferences. Experimentally, it has been validated that already for only 5 to 10 attributes, skylines can easily contain 30% or more of the entire database instance [1,9,10] which is a size clearly unmanageable for most users, rendering the skyline paradigm inapplicable for many real-world problems.
2 Pareto Semantics “ ( ( dominates is better than in one attribute) and is better or equal than in all other attributes)” Left: Example Preferences (with isolated value ) and Top: Resulting object order with some example objects being incomparable may introduce efficiency issues for the algorithm design (especially by preventing effective, yet simple pruning conditions). , weak order preferences). While this allowed for very efficient query evaluation, the preferences’ expressiveness was rather limited .