Clustering Trajectories by Relevant Parts for Air Traffic Analysis

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Andrienko, Gennady; Andrienko, Natalia; Fuchs, Georg; Garcia, Jose Manuel Cordero;
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1109/TVCG.2017.2744322
  • Subject: Visualization | Clustering algorithms | Algorithm design and analysis | Three-dimensional displays | TL | Guidelines | QA75 | Data visualization | Trajectory

Clustering of trajectories of moving objects by similarity is an important technique in movement analysis. Existing distance functions assess the similarity between trajectories based on properties of the trajectory points or segments. The properties may include the spa... View more
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