Original Software Publicationbufferkdtree: A Python library for massive nearest neighbor queries on multi-many-core devices
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AbstractThe bufferkdtree package is an open-source software that provides an efficient implementation for processing huge amounts of nearest neighbor queries in Euclidean spaces of moderate dimensionality. Its underlying implementation resorts to a variant of the classical k-d tree  data structure, called buffer k-d tree, which can be used to efficiently perform bulk nearest neighbor searches on modern many-core devices. The package, which is based on Python, C, and OpenCL, is made publicly available online at https://github.com/gieseke/bufferkdtree under the GPLv2 license.

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