Vol.2 No.4 (November 2012)
Passenger Flow Direction Analysis of Urban City Using Bus Card Data
李 曼 ：北京航空航天大学
While Automated Fare Collection System is widely used in many cities all over the world, large amount of swiping card data has been recorded. By using the data, this paper proposed a novel method to recognize passenger flow direction in urban cities. At the beginning of this paper, subway stations are divided into three kinds, including stations in residences, stations in work area and stations in mixed area. Then a model is built to recognize the passenger flow directions in peak hour. Finally, passenger flow patterns in Beijing are analyzed.
李 曼 , 陈志宏 , 隋莉颖 (2012) 基于一卡通数据的城市客流流向分析。 无线通信， 2， 57-64. doi: 10.12677/hjwc.2012.24011
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