Detecting Anomalous Geospatial Trajectories through Spatial Characterization and Spatio-Semantic Associations

@inproceedings{Janeja2004DetectingAG,
  title={Detecting Anomalous Geospatial Trajectories through Spatial Characterization and Spatio-Semantic Associations},
  author={Vandana Pursnani Janeja and Vijayalakshmi Atluri and Nabil R. Adam},
  booktitle={DG.O},
  year={2004}
}
There are numerous applications that require one to identify anomalous geospatial trajectories in the domain of homeland security. Examples include: (i) a customs agent may want to discover anomalies among cargo routes to identify potentially dangerous shipments even before they cross the border, (ii) an FDA inspector may want to trace anomalous paths in the food supply chain to identify potential agro terrorism threats, etc. To accomplish this, in this paper, we propose an approach that relies… CONTINUE READING