Pseudo-PFLOW: Development of nationwide synthetic open dataset for people movement based on limited travel survey and open statistical data

  title={Pseudo-PFLOW: Development of nationwide synthetic open dataset for people movement based on limited travel survey and open statistical data},
  author={Takehiro Kashiyama and Yanbo Pang and Yoshihide Sekimoto and Takahiro Yabe},
People flow data are utilized in diverse fields such as urban and commercial planning and disaster management. However, people flow data collected from mobile phones, such as using global positioning system and call detail records data, are difficult to obtain because of privacy issues. Even if the data were obtained, they would be difficult to handle. This study developed pseudo-people-flow data covering all of Japan by combining public statistical and travel survey data from limited urban… 


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