MobilityDL: A Review of Deep Learning From Trajectory Data

Authors

Graser, A., Jalali, A., Lampert, J., Wei├čenfeld, A., & Janowicz, K.

Abstract

Trajectory data combines the complexities of time series, spatial data, and (sometimes irrational) movement behavior. As data availability and computing power have increased, so has the popularity of deep learning from trajectory data. This review paper provides the first comprehensive overview of deep learning approaches for trajectory data. We have identified eight specific mobility use cases which we analyze with regards to the deep learning models and the training data used. Besides a comprehensive quantitative review of the literature since 2018, the main contribution of our work is the data-centric analysis of recent work in this field, placing it along the mobility data continuum which ranges from detailed dense trajectories of individual movers (quasi-continuous tracking data), to sparse trajectories (such as check-in data), and aggregated trajectories (crowd information).

Scientific Publications
10.1007/s10707-024-00518-8
Springer Geoinformatica
2024
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