Taking a Systematic Look at Movement : Developing a Taxonomy of Movement Patterns

@inproceedings{Lautenschtz2008TakingAS,
  title={Taking a Systematic Look at Movement : Developing a Taxonomy of Movement Patterns},
  author={Somayeh Dodge Robert Weibel Anna - Katharina Lautensch{\"u}tz},
  year={2008}
}
  • Somayeh Dodge Robert Weibel Anna - Katharina Lautenschütz
  • Published 2008
Mobility is a key element of many processes and activities, and the understanding of movement is important in many areas of science and technology such as meteorology, biology, sociology, transportation engineering, to name but a few. Hence, increasing amounts of movement tracking data and other data about movement of mobile objects or agents are being collected. In most cases, moving object data sets are rather large in volume and complex in the structure of movement patterns that they contain… CONTINUE READING

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