Travel topic analysis: a mutually reinforcing method for geo-tagged photos

  title={Travel topic analysis: a mutually reinforcing method for geo-tagged photos},
  author={Ngai Meng Kou and Leong Hou U and Y. Yang and Zhiguo Gong},
Sharing personal activities on social networks is very popular nowadays, where the activities include updating status, uploading dining photos, sharing video clips, etc. Finding travel interests hidden in these vast social activities is an interesting but challenging problem. In this work, we attempt to discover travel interests based on the spatial and temporal information of geo-tagged photos. Obviously the visit sequence of a traveler can be approximately captured by her shared photos based… 
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