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A continuous query system for dynamic route planning

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A continuous query system for dynamic route planning
—In this paper, we address the problem of answering continuous route planning queries over a road network, in the presence of updates to the delay (cost) estimates of links. A simple approach to this problem would be to recompute the best path for all queries on arrival of every delay update. However, such a naive approach scales poorly when there are many users who have requested routes in the system. Instead, we propose two new classes of approximate techniques – K-paths and proximity measures to substantially speed up processing of the set of designated routes specified by continuous route planning queries in the face of incoming traffic delay updates. Our techniques work through a combination of precomputation of likely good paths and by avoiding complete recalculations on every delay update, instead only sending the user new routes when delays change significantly. Based on an experimental evaluation with 7,000 drives from real taxi cabs, we found that the routes delivered ...
Nirmesh Malviya, Samuel Madden, Arnab Bhattacharya
Added 21 Aug 2011
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Type Journal
Year 2011
Where ICDE
Authors Nirmesh Malviya, Samuel Madden, Arnab Bhattacharya
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