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A Python Toolbox for Processing Air Traffic Data: A Use Case with Trajectory Clustering

Abstract : Problems tackled by researchers and data scientists in aviation and air traffic management (ATM) require manipulating large amounts of data representing trajectories, flight parameters and geographical descriptions of the airspace they fly through. The traffic library for the Python programming language defines an interface to usual processing and data analysis methods to be applied on aircraft trajectories and airspaces. This paper presents how traffic accesses different sources of data, leverages processing methods to clean, filter, clip or resample trajectories, and compares trajectory clustering methods on a sample dataset of trajectories above Switzerland.
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Xavier Olive, Luis Basora. A Python Toolbox for Processing Air Traffic Data: A Use Case with Trajectory Clustering. 7th OpenSky Workshop 2019, Nov 2019, Zurich, Switzerland. pp.73-60, ⟨10.29007/sf1f⟩. ⟨hal-02650267⟩

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