Mining Spatio-temporal Association Rules, Sources, Sinks, Stationary Regions and Thoroughfares in Object Mobility Databases

@inproceedings{Verhein2006MiningSA,
  title={Mining Spatio-temporal Association Rules, Sources, Sinks, Stationary Regions and Thoroughfares in Object Mobility Databases},
  author={Florian Verhein and Sanjay Chawla},
  booktitle={DASFAA},
  year={2006}
}
As mobile devices proliferate and networks become more locationaware, the corresponding growth in spatio-temporal data will demand an alysis techniques to mine patterns that take into account the semantics of such data . Association Rule Mining (ARM) has been one of the more extensively studie d data mining techniques, but it considers discrete transactional data (sup ermarket or sequential). Most attempts to apply this technique to spatial-temporal doma ins maps the data to transactions, thus… CONTINUE READING
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