Software for generating synthetic trajectories
Pseudo trajectories are trajectories that are not generated by driving, but by selecting a random route, and superimposing on it speed patterns that were recorded during actual driving trips. In our SSTD paper we introduce a software system that generates pseudo trajectories. Click here to download the source code of the system. The source code is written in C++ and can be compiled and run in any operating system (e.g., Linux, Windows) where a C++ compiler is installed.
License notice: Copyright Ó 2006 Databases and Mobile Computing Laboratory in University of Illinois at Chicago. All rights reserved. Permission to download and make copies of the source code is granted provided that the data is not used for profit or commercial advantage. To download and copy otherwise, to post on servers or to redistribute, requires prior specific permission.
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