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Lecture Notes in Social Networks
The availability of massive network and mobility data from diverse domains has fostered the analysis of human behaviors and interactions. This data availability leads to challenges in the knowledge discovery community. Several different analyses have been performed on the traces of human trajectories, such as understanding the real borders of human mobility or mining social interactions derived from mobility and viceversa. However, the data quality of the digital traces of human mobility has adoi:10.1007/978-3-319-05912-9_13 fatcat:ql62ofel7ngmjihtbozf2wje4u