Automatically recognizing places of interest from unreliable GPS data using spatio-temporal density estimation and line intersections
T Bhattacharya, L Kulik, J Bailey
Pervasive and Mobile Computing | Elsevier | Published : 2015
Abstract Stay points are important for recognizing significant places from a mobile user’s GPS trajectory. Such places are often located indoors and in urban canyons, where GPS is unreliable. Consequently, mapping a user’s stay point to a Place of Interest (POI) using only GPS data is particularly challenging. Our novel algorithm employs both spatio-temporal density estimation and line count inference to predict and rank a user’s POI(s) at building level accuracy from noisy time-annotated GPS data points. An experimental study demonstrates the superiority of our algorithm against several baseline approaches with a recall of 96.5% for the top 5 retrieved locations.
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Awarded by Australian Research Council's Discovery Projects funding scheme
This research was supported under Australian Research Council's Discovery Projects funding scheme (project number DP110100757).