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Un modèle multi points de vue pour représenter les trajectoires de vie

Abstract : In various social sciences (sociology, urban planning, ...), a life trajectory is an object of study that serves as a support for the analysis of the motivations that determine the choices of an individual in his biographical journey. With the advent of sensors, modeling semantic trajectories in computer science is a problem that is now widely addressed, particularly in the field of transportation, in order to better understand the movements of moving objects or people (mainly daily mobility). On the other hand, there are few studies that attempt to model and analyse the notion of life trajectory. We present here a multi-point of view model dedicated to the representation of life trajectories that captures both their multidimensional character and the associated explanatory factors.
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Jérôme Gensel, Marlène Villanova-Oliver, Pierre Le Queau, David Noel. Un modèle multi points de vue pour représenter les trajectoires de vie. 5e colloque international du CIST « Population, Temps, Territoires », Nov 2020, Paris (en ligne), France. ⟨hal-03053531⟩

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