Algorithm for Detection of Hot Spots of Traffic Through Analysis of GPS Data

@inproceedings{Garg2010AlgorithmFD,
  title={Algorithm for Detection of Hot Spots of Traffic Through Analysis of GPS Data},
  author={Deepak Garg},
  year={2010}
}
Traffic congestion continues to be one of the major problems in various transportation systems. The ever increasing demand for mobility in urban centers has resulted in increased traffic congestion and a multitude of problems associated with it. People are especially concerned about those areas of the city which are regularly congested, because these areas could magnify the impact area and the duration of congestion. A prior knowledge about these areas and better understanding of impact of… CONTINUE READING

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