coRide: carpool service with a win-win fare model for large-scale taxicab networks

@inproceedings{Zhang2013coRideCS,
  title={coRide: carpool service with a win-win fare model for large-scale taxicab networks},
  author={Desheng Zhang and Ye Li and Fan Zhang and Mingming Lu and Yunhuai Liu and Tian He},
  booktitle={SenSys},
  year={2013}
}
Carpooling has long held the promise of reducing gas consumption by decreasing mileage to deliver co-riders. Although ad hoc carpools already exist in the real world through private arrangements, little research on the topic has been done. In this paper, we present the first systematic work to design, implement, and evaluate a carpool service, called coRide, in a large-scale taxicab network intended to reduce total mileage for less gas consumption. Our coRide system consists of three components… CONTINUE READING
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