Understanding human-place interaction from tracking and identification of many users

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This paper considers the problem of understanding human-place interaction, such as relationships among many users in a space and interactions between users and their surroundings, from trajectories of users in a common space. The discovered information can be applied to provide a number of services. For example, we can determine the optimal arrangement of… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/CPSNA.2013.6614256

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