Mining User Mobility Features for Next Place Prediction in Location-Based Services

@article{Noulas2012MiningUM,
  title={Mining User Mobility Features for Next Place Prediction in Location-Based Services},
  author={Anastasios Noulas and Salvatore Scellato and Neal Lathia and Cecilia Mascolo},
  journal={2012 IEEE 12th International Conference on Data Mining},
  year={2012},
  pages={1038-1043}
}
Mobile location-based services are thriving, providing an unprecedented opportunity to collect fine grained spatio-temporal data about the places users visit. This multi-dimensional source of data offers new possibilities to tackle established research problems on human mobility, but it also opens avenues for the development of novel mobile applications and services. In this work we study the problem of predicting the next venue a mobile user will visit, by exploring the predictive power… CONTINUE READING
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