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GIScience & Remote Sensing

For a Special Issue on

Trajectory Data Computing and Mining

Manuscript deadline
01 March 2024

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Special Issue Editor(s)

Dr Zhou Huang, Institute of Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems, Peking University, Beijing, China
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Dr Itzhak Benenson, Department of Geography and Human Environment, Tel Aviv University, Israel
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Dr Qunying Huang, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
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Dr Mingshu Wang, School of Geographical & Earth Sciences, University of Glasgow, UK
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Trajectory Data Computing and Mining

With the rapid development of mobile positioning and computing techniques, a vast amount of trajectory data containing time-stamped geographical information associated with the movement of people and animals has been generated by widely used location-aware devices and social network apps. The easy accessibility of trajectory data provides unprecedented ways to observe and interpret moving actions and positions, promoting diverse applications, such as human mobility patterns, route prediction and recommendation, and the discovery of region functions. These widespread applications, in turn, have spurred the study of qualified and efficient technologies for extracting knowledge or conclusions from huge trajectory datasets. Trajectory Data Computing and Mining has emerged as an attractive research theme, playing an essential role in numerous fields, such as transportation geography, social economics, human psychology, and urban science.

We encourage the submission of original papers that focus on trajectory data computing and mining. Submissions are welcome but not limited to the following topics:

  • Trajectory data organization and management
  • Trajectory data compression and classification
  • Trajectory data processing
  • Trajectory pattern analysis
  • Trajectory clustering and classification
  • Multi-source trajectory data fusion
  • Trajectory representation learning
  • Trajectory prediction and recommendation
  • Trajectory visualization and interpretation
  • Applications of trajectory data computing and mining

Submission Instructions

GIScience & Remote Sensing publishes original, peer-reviewed articles associated with geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing of the environment (including digital image processing), geocomputation, spatial data mining, and geographic environmental modelling. Papers reflecting both basic and applied research are published.

Submissions must follow the instructions to authors outlined on the Taylor & Francis author guidelines page for GIScience & Remote Sensing. Word templates are available on the web site.

Papers should be submitted online at the GIScience & Remote Sensing Manuscript submission portal. New users should first create an account. Once a user is logged onto the site submissions should be made via the Author Centre. Please indicate the paper is submitted to Special Issue on “Trajectory Data Computing and Mining” in the cover letter.

We look forward to your contributions. Please do not hesitate to contact the Guest Editors with any questions.

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