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Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

A. Millonig, G. Gartner:
"Shadowing - Tracking - Interviewing: How to Explore Human Spatio-Temporal Behaviour Patterns";
Talk: Workshop on Behaviour Monitoring and Interpretation BMI 08 in Conjunction with 31st German Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Kaiserslautern; 2008-09-23 - 2008-09-26; in: "Technical Report 48: Workshop on Behaviour Monitoring and Interpretation BMI 08", B. Gottfried, H. Aghajan (ed.); (2008), 1 - 15.



English abstract:
The complexity of pedestrian spatio-temporal behaviour calls for the
combination of several complementary empirical methods in order to comprehensively
understand human motion behaviour patterns and underlying motives, habits
and intentions. This is essential for the development of mobile spatial information
technologies, as the huge amount of potentially available information has to be filtered
and customised to individual needs. Therefore, in this contribution a currently
ongoing project aiming at the classification of pedestrian walking behaviour and
related influence factors is described. We illustrate the multi-methods-approach applied
in this study and present experimental results based on a dataset of more than
100 trajectories of pedestrians observed in indoor and outdoor shopping environments
as well as results of a survey containing 130 interviews.

Keywords:
Pedestrian navigation, spatio-temporal behaviour, typology, shadowing, tracking

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