Measuring social functions of city regions from large-scale taxi behaviors

Abstract : City-scale human mobility analysis is an important problem in pervasive computing. In this paper, with qualitative and quantitative analysis, we establish and confirm the relationship between the get-on/off characteristics of taxi passengers and the social function of city regions. We find that get-on/off amount in a region can depict the social activity dynamics in that area, i.e. the temporal variation of get-on/off amount can characterize the social function of a region. The experimental results on a large-scale real-world taxi dataset suggest that three typical regional categories can be recognized even using a very simple classification method
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Guande Qi, Xiaolong Li, Shijian Li, Gang Pan, Zonghui Wang, et al.. Measuring social functions of city regions from large-scale taxi behaviors. WIP of PERCOM 2011: Work in Progress workshop, Mar 2011, Seattle, United States. pp.384 - 388, ⟨10.1109/PERCOMW.2011.5766912⟩. ⟨hal-01301930⟩

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