MyRoute: A Graph-Dependency Based Model for Real-Time Route Prediction

@article{Amirat2017MyRouteAG,
  title={MyRoute: A Graph-Dependency Based Model for Real-Time Route Prediction},
  author={Hanane Amirat and Nasreddine Lagraa and Philippe Fournier-Viger and Youcef Ouinten},
  journal={J. Commun.},
  year={2017},
  volume={12},
  pages={668}
}
Mobility prediction is an important problem having numerous applications in mobile computing and pervasive systems. However, many mobility prediction approaches are not noise tolerant, do not consider collective and individual behavior for making predictions, and provide a low accuracy. This paper addresses these issues by proposing a novel dependency-graph based predictor for real-time route prediction, named MyRoute. The proposed approach represents routes as a graph, which is then used to… 

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