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With the increasing use of GPS-enabled mobile phones, geotagging, which refers to adding GPS information to media such as micro-blogging messages or photos, has seen a surge in popularity recently. This enables us to not only browse information based on locations, but also discover patterns in the location-based behaviors of users. Many techniques have been developed to find the patterns of people's movements using GPS data, but latent topics in text messages posted with local contexts have notdoi:10.1145/2783258.2783342 pmid:26709365 pmcid:PMC4689145 dblp:conf/kdd/KimHY15 fatcat:m6bc5c7ie5aybchospmayypsdm