On Event Detection from Spatial Time Series for Urban Traffic Applications

@inproceedings{Souto2016OnED,
  title={On Event Detection from Spatial Time Series for Urban Traffic Applications},
  author={Gustavo Souto and Thomas Liebig},
  booktitle={Solving Large Scale Learning Tasks},
  year={2016}
}
Since the last decades the availability and granularity of location-based data has been rapidly growing. Besides the proliferation of smartphones and location-based social networks, also crowdsourcing and voluntary geographic data led to highly granular mobility data, maps and street networks. In result, location-aware, smart environments are created. The trend for personal self-optimization and monitoring named by the term ‘quantified self’ will speed-up this ongoing process. The citizens in… 
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