• Corpus ID: 204769452

Traffic Speed Forecasting Considering Multiple Periodicities and Complex Patterns

  title={Traffic Speed Forecasting Considering Multiple Periodicities and Complex Patterns},
  author={A. Chen and Hsing-Kuo Kenneth Pao},
Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) has been developed to aid drivers and other road-users to make a better travel decision. In recent years, many research efforts have been devoted in this field. Being one kind of time-series data, we can analyze the traffic data following the general aspects of studying time-series, which contains the analysis of periodicity of many kinds. This work highlights the study on the (long-term) multiple periodicities that could be found in traffic data while… 


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