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At last, a conclusion is given in Sect. 6. 2 Problem Definition This part presents some prior deﬁnitions and gives a formal deﬁnition of the problem this paper focuses on. Definition 1 (Raw Trajectory). , p˜x ). Each sampled point p˜i is represented by l˜i , t˜i where l˜i is a geographic coordinate and t˜i is the sampling time. It is hard to ﬁnd a common path from a group of raw trajectories because of the discrete sampled points. So this paper preprocesses the dataset and map each raw trajectory into the road network to get a mapped continuous trajectory.
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