Identifying trips and activities and their characteristics from GPS raw data without further information

@inproceedings{Schuessler2008IdentifyingTA,
  title={Identifying trips and activities and their characteristics from GPS raw data without further information},
  author={Nadine Schuessler and Kay W. Axhausen},
  year={2008}
}
In recent years, studies based on GPS records have become more and more important due to their manifold advantages compared to classic survey methods, such as paper diaries or telephone interviews. However, without additional information, a lot of post-processing work is required to derive data that can be used for analysis and model estimation. These postprocessing procedures are still an ongoing research issue. Recently, a couple of new ideas have been published, but the key research… CONTINUE READING

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