Gyözö Gidófalvi

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The efficient analysis of spatio–temporal data, generated by moving objects, is an essential requirement for intelligent location–based services. Spatiotemporal rules can be found by constructing spatio–temporal baskets, from which traditional association rule mining methods can discover spatio–temporal rules. When the items in the baskets are(More)
The popularity of embedded positioning technologies in mobile devices and the development of mobile communication technology have paved the way for powerful location-based services (LBSs). To make LBSs useful and user- friendly, heavy use is made of context information, including patterns in user location data which are extracted by data mining methods.(More)
Location–Based Services (LBS) are continuously gaining popularity. Innovative LBSes integrate knowledge about the users into the service. Such knowledge can be derived by analyzing the location data of users. Such data contain two unique dimensions, space and time, which need to be analyzed. The objectives of the thesis are three–fold. First, to extend(More)
The needs for cheaper and less intrusive ways to collect activity-travel diaries led scientist to pursue new technologies, e.g., positioning technologies like GPS. While a fully, reliable and widely accepted automatic activity-travel diary collection system is yet to be developed, scientists have presented systems that automate parts of an activity-travel(More)
Transportation-related problems, like road congestion, parking, and pollution, are increasing in most cities. In order to reduce traffic, recent work has proposed methods for vehicle sharing, for example for sharing cabs by grouping "closeby" cab requests and thus minimizing transportation cost and utilizing cab space. However, the methods published so far(More)
Delivering “relevant” advertisements to consumers carrying mobile devices is regarded by many as one of the most promising mobile business opportunities. The relevance of a mobile ad depends on at least two factors: (1) the proximity of the mobile consumer to the product or service being advertised, and (2) the match between the product or service and the(More)