Understanding transportation modes based on GPS data for web applications

@article{Zheng2010UnderstandingTM,
  title={Understanding transportation modes based on GPS data for web applications},
  author={Yu Zheng and Yukun Chen and Quannan Li and Xing Xie and Wei-Ying Ma},
  journal={TWEB},
  year={2010},
  volume={4},
  pages={1:1-1:36}
}
User mobility has given rise to a variety of Web applications, in which the global positioning system (GPS) plays many important roles in bridging between these applications and end users. As a kind of human behavior, transportation modes, such as walking and driving, can provide pervasive computing systems with more contextual information and enrich a user's mobility with informative knowledge. In this article, we report on an approach based on supervised learning to automatically infer users… CONTINUE READING
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