[Routing] Using actuall collected travel-times as a metric

Marcus Wolschon Marcus at Wolschon.biz
Thu Nov 8 21:49:13 GMT 2007


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Jon Bright schrieb:
> Hi Marcus,
> 
> I'm certainly interested, but...
> 
> Marcus Wolschon wrote:
>> My questions to you are:
> 
> Isn't the biggest question how to reliably get the data back from the 
> users?  (Related subquestion: how to reliably filter out rogue points 
> because a user stopped at a particular place for some reason)

Hi Jon,

I do not think that this will be much of a problem.
Once you know what you want to collect and how to
get this data filtering out bad data becomes easy.
Everything that is not within some sane bounds for
a given type of road is not used.
The problem is more like "finding a consensus and
getting started at all".

Marcus
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