[OSM-talk] Routing algorithms and areas

Iván Sánchez Ortega ivansanchez at escomposlinux.org
Tue Jul 17 11:26:55 BST 2007


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Hi there,


I'm having some doubts about the current route-planning algorithms, and about 
how do they deal with areas.

For example, I might want to park my car in a parking, and then switch to a 
footpath leading to my destination (e.g. a building).
Another example: I'm walking, and the optimal route crosses a square (or 
plaza), or a park (which I can walk out of the designed footpaths).

Problem is, the road leading to the parking is not connected to the footpath, 
so they do not make a network "per se".

So, routing algorithm boys: how do you plan to deal with this kind of stuff?

Cheers,
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Iván Sánchez Ortega <ivansanchez at escomposlinux.org>

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