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Prediction of Individual Social-Demographic Role Based on Travel Behavior Variability Using Long-Term GPS Data
Journal of Advanced Transportation
With the development of and advances in smartphones and global positioning system (GPS) devices, travelers' long-term travel behaviors are not impossible to obtain. This study investigates the pattern of individual travel behavior and its correlation with social-demographic features. For different social-demographic groups (e.g., full-time employees and students), the individual travel behavior may have specific temporal-spatial-mobile constraints. The study first extracts the home-based tours,doi:10.1155/2017/7290248 fatcat:wtbiplqkbbhizknsbfzeacd64q