Using Big Spatial Data for Planning User Mobility.

Publication Year: 2019 Publication Type : JournalArticle


User mobility is the movement of individuals from one place to another. Trip is a segment of user mobility. A context is any information that can be used to characterise the situation of an entity (i.e. any user), according to (Dey and Abowd 2000). Trip contexts provide trip-related information to any person planning to make a trip. Further, route planner is a system designed to help user mobility which consists of a number of trips. Usually, the route planners present some prede ned contexts to a user and provide a route plan between two locations on the basis of user-selected contexts. The big spatial data can facilitate diverse sets of trip contexts with their respective geographic location information on the earths surface which can aid the e ective planning of user mobility.


@misc{rahaman2019using, title={Using Big Spatial Data for Planning User Mobility.},
    author={Rahaman, Mohammad Saiedur and Hamilton, Margaret and Salim, Flora D},


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