Multi-granularity periodic activity discovery for moving objects

@article{Yuan2017MultigranularityPA,
  title={Multi-granularity periodic activity discovery for moving objects},
  author={Guan Yuan and Jie Zhao and Shixiong Xia and Yanmei Zhang and Wen Li},
  journal={International Journal of Geographical Information Science},
  year={2017},
  volume={31},
  pages={435-462}
}
With the development of location-based services, more moving objects can be traced and a great deal of trajectory data can be collected. Periodicity is very commonly used to analyse the habits of moving objects, so finding objects’ periodic patterns can aid in understanding their behaviour. However, objects’ periodic patterns are always unknown previously, and describing their periods with different granularities will create some surprised findings. This article proposes a multi-granularity… CONTINUE READING

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