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Mobility Data Analysis and Applications: A mid-year 2021 Survey

@article{Singh2021MobilityDA,
  title={Mobility Data Analysis and Applications: A mid-year 2021 Survey},
  author={Abhishek Singh and Alok Mathur and Alka Asthana and Julia M Maina and Jade Nester and Sai Sri Sathya and Santanu Bhattacharya and Vidyadhar Phalke},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.07901}
}
In this work we review recent works analyzing mobility data and its application in understanding the epidemic dynamics for the COVID-19 pandemic and more. We also discuss privacy preserving solutions to analyze the mobility data in order to expand its reach towards a wider population. 

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