From Routine To Better Network Services

Abstract : In this work, we assess the routinary behavior of people and point out means to explore it in order to provide better network services. We have studied two real datasets representing together more than 6 years of trajectories from people's daily lives. The results show that people indeed tend to take shortest paths regardless the transportation mode. Furthermore, it is a collective behavior, not a specific behavior of a certain group of people. Finally, people demonstrate more two characteristics on their mobility patterns: highly confined and repetitive trajectories. We have then presented several scenarios in which network solutions might be provided taking advantage of those behaviors and some ways to approach them.
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Eduardo Mucelli Rezende Oliveira, Aline Carneiro Viana. From Routine To Better Network Services. [Research Report] RR-8451, 2014. ⟨hal-00931801v1⟩

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