Lane-Level Road Information Mining from Vehicle GPS Trajectories Based on Naïve Bayesian Classification
AbstractIn this paper, we propose a novel approach for mining lane-level road network information from low-precision vehicle GPS trajectories (MLIT), which includes the number and turn rules of traffic lanes based on naïve Bayesian classification. First, the proposed method (MLIT) uses an adaptive density optimization method to remove outliers from the raw GPS trajectories based on their space-time distribution and density clustering. Second, MLIT acquires the number of lanes in two steps. The first step establishes a naïve Bayesian classifier according to the trace features of the road plane and road profiles and the real number of lanes, as found in the training samples. The second step confirms the number of lanes using test samples in reference to the naïve Bayesian classifier using the known trace features of test sample. Third, MLIT infers the turn rules of each lane through tracking GPS trajectories. Experiments were conducted using the GPS trajectories of taxis in Wuhan, China. Compared with human-interpreted results, the automatically generated lane-level road network information was demonstrated to be of higher quality in terms of displaying detailed road networks with the number of lanes and turn rules of each lane. View Full-Text
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Tang, L.; Yang, X.; Kan, Z.; Li, Q. Lane-Level Road Information Mining from Vehicle GPS Trajectories Based on Naïve Bayesian Classification. ISPRS Int. J. Geo-Inf. 2015, 4, 2660-2680.
Tang L, Yang X, Kan Z, Li Q. Lane-Level Road Information Mining from Vehicle GPS Trajectories Based on Naïve Bayesian Classification. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information. 2015; 4(4):2660-2680.Chicago/Turabian Style
Tang, Luliang; Yang, Xue; Kan, Zihan; Li, Qingquan. 2015. "Lane-Level Road Information Mining from Vehicle GPS Trajectories Based on Naïve Bayesian Classification." ISPRS Int. J. Geo-Inf. 4, no. 4: 2660-2680.