Proceedings of 4th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Workshop on Computational Transportation Science

Thakuriah, P. (G. C.) (2011) Proceedings of 4th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Workshop on Computational Transportation Science. ACM Press: New York, NYC, USA. ISBN 9781450310345 (doi: 10.1145/2068984)

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The emerging area of Computational Transportation Science (CTS) combines computer science and engineering with the modeling, planning, and economic aspects of transportation planning and engineering to leverage developments in location-aware technologies, social media and ubiquitous computing. The research area goes beyond vehicular technology, and addresses public transportation, pedestrian or bicycle systems on hand-held devices, non-realtime issues such as data mining, as well as data management issues above the networking layer. By taking advantage of ubiquitous computing, CTS applications can help create more efficient, equitable, livable and sustainable transportation systems and communities. In this year’s Workshop the papers presented cover a range of interesting topics from the practical aspects of public transportation through to the theoretical aspects of traffic signal control.

Item Type:Books
Additional Information:The 2011 ACM SIGSPATIAL GIS Conference hosted the Fourth International Workshop on Computational Transportation Science which was held on 1 November 2011.
Keywords:data mining, mining methods and algorithms, interactive data exploration and discovery, design, public transportation information system, technology adoption, digital divide, correlation and regression analysis, statistical computing, Information Interfaces and presentation (e.g., HCI), group and organization interfaces, performance experimentation, information systems applications, trust management, intelligent transportation system(ITS), entity trust, data trust, attack prevention, traffic congestion, visualization, localization, realtime, spatial information, shortest path computation, HBA*, cell manager, OpenStreetMap, support vector machine, mobility data, travel time estimation, system state, error impact, traffic signal, RkNN, mobile objects, patial pruning, query processing
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Thakuriah, Professor Piyushimita
Authors: Thakuriah, P. (G. C.)
College/School:College of Social Sciences > School of Social and Political Sciences
Publisher:ACM Press

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