Martin Malfertheiner

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Routing is a common task when using digital maps, but most engines offer only travel routes for automobiles. However, a more interesting aspect in this topic arises when being a cyclist. For this target audience especially elevation information is relevant. Such data is available from different sources, but is not perfectly usable for cycling routing. Those(More)
Routing engines offer various algorithms to find the shortest or fastest path from point A to point B. Most of them are designed to find best paths for automobiles. Searching for a path as a cyclist has often very disappointing results. The main problem is that currently available routers do neither consider elevation or nor support profile aware routing.(More)
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