Density-based trajectory segmentation: the MigrO framework

Overview. MigrO is a platform for the extraction of individual mobility patterns from GPS trajectories, relying on the notion of stay region. A stay region is an 'attractive' area where the moving object resides for a period, possibly experiencing arbitrarily long periods of absence, before moving to a more attractive stay region. The core component is the SeqScan algorithm. MigrO is developed as plug-in for QGIS.



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