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Based on a quantitative validation, we find that, compared to the shortest routes, the recommended ones add just a few extra walking minutes and are indeed perceived to be more beautiful, quiet, and happy ... beautiful, quiet, and happy. ... ( §4.3) Validation We compare how our recommended paths differ from the shortest ones in terms of average beauty, quiet and happy scores. ...doi:10.1145/2631775.2631799 dblp:conf/ht/QuerciaSA14 fatcat:qa34c4j7rzhjxggnq57nfqgrjm
However, path cost expressed in terms of length and distance (i.e., the utilitarian qualities of travel) is only one attribute which could be used in route recommendation. ... Navigation systems often aid users when traveling in unfamiliar locations. Current navigation systems tend to focus on identifying the shortest or fastest routes between two points. ... ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work was supported by JSPS KAKENHI grant numbers JP17K12686, JP19K20279, JP19K12240, SNF (Swiss National Science Foundation) grant number P2ZHP2_175019 and the Japanese Strategic Information ...doi:10.1109/access.2020.3011924 fatcat:hdzvcmfq6baudebdkhdzvgx5yy
, greener, and quieter than the respective shortest routes. ... The majority of the survey participants agree that the system is useful and easy to use and that it gives them the feeling of being in control regarding the extraction of routes in accordance with their ... Acknowledgments: We acknowledge financial support by DFG within the funding programme Open Access Publishing, by the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts and by Ruprecht-Karls-Universität ...doi:10.3390/s18113794 pmid:30404175 fatcat:yzd3lvzoifesloh47jjyajrr4a
To reduce the computational cost, we propose a coarse-to-fine route search approach that consists of a roadscape-based clustering method, roadscape cluster graph, coarse-grained route search, and fine-grained ... The results also show the validity of the roadscape-based route recommendations. Furthermore, the results show that using a coarse-grained route search can significantly reduce the route search time. ... Acknowledgments This work was supported by JSPS KAK-ENHI, grant numbers JP15K12151 and JP16H05932. ...doi:10.2197/ipsjjip.27.392 fatcat:ntxbt4ky3rbwbjxpdspyllybpu
Urban reflection means both discourse on the liveability of public spaces amongst citizens and by stakeholders who manage or decide on the design of public spaces in cities, the most obvious of whom are ... Data-driven reflection here means that reflection is based on data; in this instance taking mood related to public spaces as starting point for reflection, but "attaching" to mood additional data that ... and Technology, the Austrian Federal Ministry of Economy, Family and Youth and by the State of Styria. ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.35481 fatcat:v6l2cfcqczckjfzim32a3dpxge
Recent years are witnessing an increasing need of utility gained along the driving path and more advanced path- ... Previous solutions that often suggest the shortest or time-dependent fastest paths for drivers are incompatible with the diversity of user requirements. ... Chao Chen and Liping Gao contributed equally to this work. Chao Chen is the corresponding author of this paper. ...doi:10.1109/mci.2021.3061879 fatcat:bodxjhplqvgk5pjlgqrakbcb5i
We evaluate SafeRoute and successfully improve over state-of-the-art methods by up to 17% in local average distance from crimes while decreasing path length by up to 7%. ... Given access to recent crime reports in many urban cities, we train our model for experiments in Boston, New York, and San Francisco. ... One such variety considers both distance and either happiness, beauty, or quietness when generating paths by re-ranking a top-k list of shortest paths according to the second objective  . ...arXiv:1811.01147v1 fatcat:gtdl3y4yufbttdoulpokeubq3e
The proposal aims to persuade users to choose different routes from the shortest route between a start and an end location. ... More specifically, it aims to achieve a balanced network of pick-up and drop-off stations in urban areas with the help of the users, thus reducing the dedicated management trucks that redistribute bikes ... Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. ...doi:10.3390/en12040662 fatcat:ec35braa4rf7bkxwwfboyr2dw4
This is possible by determining the frequent paths of bikes, according to their starting points, and the likely destinations. ... Generally, assistant agents have been employed to recommend users some goods or services they could be interested in. ... Regarding recommendation systems, in  , of Quercia et al. gathered metadata from the pictures in Flickr, and determined routes to be suggested according to parameters of beauty, quietness and happiness ...dblp:conf/woa/CavallaroT21 fatcat:qz46po2kzndbdbe4n5c6mqzcdy
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3 . 2 According to World Health Organization (WHO), quality of life (QoL) is defined as "an individuals' perception of her position in life in the context of the culture and value systems in which she ... The emergence of urbanism and its disciplines has called architects, planners, geographers, and sociologists, and lately data scientists to investigate the way people live and feel in densely populated ... M. (2014), "The shortest path to happiness: Recommending beautiful, quiet, and happy routes in the city", Proceedings of the 25th ACM conference on Hypertext and social media, 116-125.38. ...doi:10.4000/ilcea.10063 fatcat:m6w7ydgsvnh3zpjudsxkreisp4
An essential activity of hiking is the exploration of natural beauties and monuments. The tourist chooses a certain attractive place based on the route by which he can arrive there. ... The aim of this study is to provide a better understanding of the motivations of mountain hikers and to discuss the issue in wider contexts. ... were the beauty of the landscape, flora, fauna, and the availability of marked hiking trails, in a 2003 study, the most important motivating factors were the experience of nature, peace, and quiet [21 ...doi:10.3390/su14116795 fatcat:qmbqofggorhkjc5tmtuy5b5lc4
Inland Route via Groton +S ap dag York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Was 9 ete, The Shortest and Most Direct Route! ... Not all the nuts in the world could make him so happy as that kiss did ; and happy himself, he did much for his mother, and made the children very happy too. ROSALIE AND HER CAKE. ...
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