PROJECT TITLE :
Spatio-Temporal Linkage over Location-Enhanced Services - 2018
We tend to are witnessing an enormous growth in the quantity of knowledge generated by varied on-line services. An necessary portion of this information contains geographic references, since several of these services are location-enhanced and therefore manufacture spatio-temporal records of their usage. We postulate that the spatio-temporal usage records belonging to the identical real-world entity can be matched across records from different location-enhanced services. Linking spatio-temporal records permits knowledge analysts and repair providers to obtain information that they cannot derive by analyzing solely one set of usage records. During this Project, we have a tendency to develop a replacement linkage model that can be used to match entities from 2 sets of spatio-temporal usage records belonging to 2 different location-enhanced services. This linkage model is based on the concept of k-l diversity-that we developed to capture both spatial and temporal aspects of the linkage. To understand this linkage model in follow, we develop a scalable linking algorithm referred to as ST-Link, that makes use of effective spatial and temporal filtering mechanisms that considerably cut back the search space for matching users. Furthermore, ST-Link utilizes sequential scan procedures to avoid random disk access and thus scales to giant datasets. We tend to evaluated our work with respect to accuracy and performance using many datasets. Experiments show that ST-Link is effective in apply for performing spatio-temporal linkage and will scale to large datasets.
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