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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Tracking mobility of humans, animals or merchandise has recently given rise to a wide variety of location-based services and monitoring applications. In this paper, we particularly focus on real-time traffic surveillance over densely congested road networks in large metropolitan areas. In such a setting, streaming positional updates are being frequently relayed into a central server from numerous moving vehicles (buses, taxis, passenger cars etc.). Our analysis concerns two important aspects.doi:10.1007/978-3-642-29247-7_10 fatcat:bbyygt3eujde3ejzlunvzsdrca