A 2-Step Approach to Improve Data-driven Parking Availability Predictions

@inproceedings{Bock2017A2A,
  title={A 2-Step Approach to Improve Data-driven Parking Availability Predictions},
  author={Fabian Bock and Sergio Di Martino and Antonio Origlia},
  booktitle={IWCTS'17},
  year={2017}
}
Knowing where to park in advance is a most wished feature by many drivers. In recent years, many research efforts have been spent to analyse massive amount of parking information, to learn availability trends and thus to predict, within a Parking Guidance and Information (PGI) system, where there is the highest chance to find free parking spaces. The most of these solutions exploits raw data coming from stationary sensors or crowd-sensed by mobile probes. In both the cases, these massive… CONTINUE READING

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