Road Recognition using Coarse-grained Vehicular Traces

@inproceedings{Liu2012RoadRU,
  title={Road Recognition using Coarse-grained Vehicular Traces},
  author={Xuemei Liu and Yanmin Zhu and Yin Wang and George Forman and Lionel M. Ni and Yu Fang and Minglu Li},
  year={2012}
}
With more and more vehicles equipped with GPS tracking devices, there is increasing interest in building and updating maps using vehicular GPS traces. Most existing approaches for building maps rely on position traces from highly accurate positioning devices, which are sampled at a high frequency, e.g., every second. Typically these traces are recorded by survey vehicles. Commodity GPS devices are much more widespread, but have lower accuracy. In addition, the sampling frequency is low (at… CONTINUE READING
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