Where will they turn: predicting turn proportions at intersections

@article{Krumm2009WhereWT,
  title={Where will they turn: predicting turn proportions at intersections},
  author={John Krumm},
  journal={Personal and Ubiquitous Computing},
  year={2009},
  volume={14},
  pages={591-599}
}
Predicting a driver’s route would be useful for warning a driver of upcoming road hazards, informing about traffic situations, and serving relevant advertising. There are many clues to a driver’s future route, including their past behavior and likely destination. Another clue is the driver’s turn choices at a sequence of intersections. Strung together, the turn choices form a route. This paper develops a basic algorithm, and variations, to predict the aggregate turn behavior of drivers at… CONTINUE READING
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