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Anna Monreale Fabio Pinelli Roberto Trasarti Fosca Giannotti A. Monreale, F. Pinelli, R. Trasarti, F. Giannotti. WhereNext: a Location Predictor on Trajectory Pattern Mining . KDD 2009 Knowledge Discovery and Delivery Lab (ISTI-CNR & Univ. Pisa) www-kdd.isti.cnr.it
The spatio-temporal distance computed between the segment of trajectory (bounded in time using the previous transition time) and the current node of the path.
Case a : The trajectory segment intersects the region of the node Case b : The enlarged trajectory segment intersects the region Case c : The enlarged trajectory segment doesn’t intersect the region Where the th_t is the time tolerance window defined by the user.
- A new technique to predict the next locations of a trajectory based on previous movements of all the objects without considering any information about the users. - The time information is used not only to order the events but is intrinsically equipped in the T-Patterns used to build the Prediction tree. - The user can tune the method to obtain a good accuracy and prediction rate.
- We are experimenting the method in real world applications.