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We shall now see how to implement search, insert, and delete operations on an Rtree Search: As the gure shows, the bounding boxes associated with sibling nodes may overlap; in B+ trees, kd trees, and quadtrees, in contrast, the ranges do not overlap A search for polygons containing a point therefore has to follow all child nodes whose associated bounding boxes contain the point; as a result, multiple paths may have to be searched Similarly, a query to nd all polygons that intersect a given polygon has to go down every node where the associated rectangle intersects the polygon Insert: When we insert a polygon into an Rtree, we select a leaf node to hold the polygon Ideally we should pick a leaf node that has space to hold a new entry, and whose bounding box contains the bounding box of the polygon However, such a node may not exist; even if it did, nding the node may be very expensive, since it is not possible to nd it by a single traversal down from the root At each internal node we may nd multiple children whose bounding boxes contain the bounding box of the polygon, and each of these children needs to be explored Therefore, as a heuristic, in a traversal from the root, if any of the child nodes has a bounding box containing the bounding box of the polygon, the Rtree algorithm chooses one of them arbitrarily If none of the children satisfy this condition, the algorithm chooses a child node whose bounding box has the maximum overlap with the bounding box of the polygon for continuing the traversal Once the leaf node has been reached, if the node is already full, the algorithm performs node splitting (and propagates splitting upward if required) in a manner very similar to B+ tree insertion Just as with B+ tree insertion, the Rtree insertion algorithm ensures that the tree remains balanced Additionally, it ensures that the bounding boxes of leaf nodes, as well as internal nodes, remain consistent; that is, bounding boxes of leaves contain all the bounding boxes of the polygons stored at the leaf, while the bounding boxes for internal nodes contain all the bounding boxes of the children nodes The main difference of the insertion procedure from the B+ tree insertion procedure lies in how the node is split In a B+ tree, it is possible to nd a value such that half the entries are less than the midpoint and half are greater than the value This property does not generalize beyond one dimension; that is, for more than one dimension, it is not always possible to split the entries into two sets so that their bounding boxes do not overlap Instead, as a heuristic, the set of entries S can be split into two disjoint sets S1 and S2 so that the bounding boxes of S1 and S2 have the minimum total area; another heuristic would be to split the entries into two sets S1 and S2 in such a way that S1 and S2 have minimum overlap The two nodes resulting from the split would contain the entries in S1 and S2 respectively The cost of nding splits with minimum total area or overlap can itself be large, so cheaper heuristics, such as the quadratic split heuristic are used (The heuristic gets is name from the fact that it takes time quadratic in the number of entries)

