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Title: Wireless Network Data Sources: Tracking and Synthesizing Trajectories
Authors: Renso, C.
Puntoni, S.
Frentzos, E.
Mazzoni, A.
Pelekis, N.
Pini, F.
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Springer
Source: Giannotti, F. & Pedreschi, D. (Ed.) Mobility, Data Mining and Privacy, Geographic Knowledge Discovery, p. 73-100.
Abstract: Due to inexpensive modern sensing technologies and extensive use of wireless communication, location information about moving objects is increasing rapidly. Some positioning technologies are based on GPS-equipped devices, while others utilize the infrastructure of the underlying communication network. This opens new opportunities for offering, monitoring, and decision-making novel applications in a variety of fields. To name a few, we have location-based services (LBS), fleet management and traffic control applications, emergency, navigation, and geocoding services. These compose a subset of existing applications where such kind of data comprise the core of the underlying business.
Keywords: Data Mining, Geographic Knowledge Discovery, Mobility, Trajectory Data Models, Wireless Networks
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ISBN: 978-3-540-75176-2
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-75177-9_4
Category: B2
Type: Book Section
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