Ratko Orlandic

Affiliations: 
Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL, United States 
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Computer Science
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Yu B, Bailey T, Orlandic R. (2007) Estimating the performance of multidimensional access methods based on nonoverlapping regions International Journal of Intelligent Systems. 22: 259-277
Yu B, Orlandic R. (2006) Indexing regional objects in high-dimensional spaces Advanced Topics in Database Research. 5: 348-372
Lukaszuk J, Orlandic R. (2004) Efficient high-dimensional indexing by superimposing space-partitioning schemes Proceedings of the International Database Engineering and Applications Symposium, Ideas. 257-264
Lukaszuk J, Orlandic R. (2004) On accessing data in high-dimensional spaces: A comparative study of three space partitioning strategies Journal of Systems and Software. 73: 147-157
Orlandic R, Yu B. (2004) Scalable QSF-trees: Retrieving regional objects in high-dimensional spaces Journal of Database Management. 15: 45-59
Yu B, Bailey T, Orlandic R, et al. (2003) KDBKD-tree: A compact KDB-tree structure for indexing multidimensional data Proceedings Itcc 2003, International Conference On Information Technology: Computers and Communications. 676-680
Orlandic R, Lukaszuk J, Swietlik C. (2002) The design of a retrieval technique for high-dimensional data on tertiary storage Sigmod Record. 31: 15-21
Orlandic R, Yu B. (2002) A retrieval technique for high-dimensional data and partially specified queries Data and Knowledge Engineering. 42: 1-21
Orlandic R, Yu B. (2001) Inverted-space storage organization for persistent data of very high dimensionality Proceedings - International Conference On Information Technology: Coding and Computing, Itcc 2001. 616-621
Orlandic R, Yu B. (2001) Implementing KDB-trees to support high-dimensional data Proceedings of the International Database Engineering and Applications Symposium, Ideas. 58-67
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