Passive mobile phone dataset to construct origin-destination matrix: potentials and limitations

  title={Passive mobile phone dataset to construct origin-destination matrix: potentials and limitations},
  author={Patrick Bonnel and Etienne Hombourger and Ana-Maria Olteanu-Raimond},
Mobile phone operators produce enormous amounts of data. In this paper we present applications performed with a dataset (communication events + handover and Location Area Up-date) collected by the operator Orange from 31 March to 11 April 2009 for the whole Paris Region. Trips are deduced from the spatio-temporal trajectory of devices through a hypothesis of stationarity within a Location Area in order to define activities. Trips are then aggregated in an origin-destination matrix which is… CONTINUE READING

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