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DATESO
2009
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Speeding Up Shortest Path Search in Public Transport Networks
Abstract. The searching for the shortest path in public transport networks can take more time than is acceptable for given situation. We have therefore searched for methods that sp...
Vladislav Martinek, Michal Zemlicka
ENGL
2007
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9 years 2 months ago
Carpooling: A Step to Reduce Congestion (A Case Study of Delhi)
— As is the trend worldwide, India is undergoing rapid urbanization. This means not only that more people than ever before will be living and working in cities, but also that mor...
Kum Kum Dewan, Israr Ahmad
KI
2008
Springer
9 years 2 months ago
Wayfinding in Scene Space
Many environments in which humans wayfind can be conveniently abstracted as networks or graphs: structures of nodes that are interconnected by edges. Examples include the street ne...
Urs-Jakob Rüetschi
COMSIS
2007
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Ambient Intelligence: Concepts and Applications
Ambient Intelligence aims to enhance the way people interact with their environment to promote safety and to enrich their lives. A Smart Home is one such system but the idea extend...
Juan Carlos Augusto, Paul J. McCullagh
NEW2AN
2007
Springer
9 years 8 months ago
Communications Challenges in the Celtic-BOSS Project
The BOSS project [1] aims at developing an innovative and bandwidth efficient communication system to transmit large data rate communications between public transport vehicles and ...
Gábor Jeney, Catherine Lamy-Bergot, Xavier ...
GI
2007
Springer
9 years 8 months ago
Potentials and Requirements of Mobile Ubiquitous Computing for Public Transport
: Public transport plays an important role in our society which is characterized by mobility, individuality, comfort and ecological constraints. It is common opinion that public tr...
Holger Mügge, Karl-Heinz Lüke, Matthias ...
TIME
2008
IEEE
9 years 9 months ago
Representing Public Transport Schedules as Repeating Trips
The movement in public transport networks is organized according to schedules. The real-world schedules are specified by a set of periodic rules and a number of irregularities fr...
Romans Kasperovics, Michael H. Böhlen, Johann...
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