Managing travel demand: Location recommendation for system efficiency based on mobile phone data

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Leng, Yan; Rudolph, Larry; Pentland, Alex 'Sandy'; Zhao, Jinhua; Koutsopolous, Haris N.;
  • Subject: Computer Science - Social and Information Networks | Computer Science - Computers and Society

Growth in leisure travel has become increasingly significant economically, socially, and environmentally. However, flexible but uncoordinated travel behaviors exacerbate traffic congestion. Mobile phone records not only reveal human mobility patterns, but also enable us... View more
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