A search and summary application for traffic events detection based on Twitter data

Abstract

As a form of social media, Twitter records real life events in our cities as they happen. Huge numbers of tweets under the heading of transportation or metro are published every day. This paper presents an application for Traffic Events Detection and Summary (TEDS) based on mining representative terms from the tweets posted when anomalies occur. The… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2666310.2666366

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@inproceedings{Liu2014ASA, title={A search and summary application for traffic events detection based on Twitter data}, author={Meiling Liu and Kaiqun Fu and Chang-Tien Lu and Guangsheng Chen and Huiqiang Wang}, booktitle={SIGSPATIAL/GIS}, year={2014} }