Corpus ID: 1211841

Intra-City Urban Network and Traffic Flow Analysis from GPS Mobility Trace

@article{Leung2011IntraCityUN,
  title={Intra-City Urban Network and Traffic Flow Analysis from GPS Mobility Trace},
  author={Ian X. Y. Leung and Shu Yan Chan and Pan Hui and Pietro Lio’},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2011},
  volume={abs/1105.5839}
}
We analyse two large-scale intra-city urban networks and traffic flows therein measured by GPS traces of taxis in San Francisco and Shanghai. Our results coincide with previous findings that, based purely on topological means, it is often insufficient to characterise traffic flow. Traditional shortest-path betweenness analysis, where shortest paths are calculated from each pairs of nodes, carries an unrealistic implicit assumption that each node or junction in the urban network generates and… Expand
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