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 Title & Authors
Study on Map Matching Using Characteristics of Vehicular Movements
Lee, Se-Hwan; Lee, Choul-Ki; Yun, Ilsoo; Kim, Nam-Sun; Kang, Da-Mi;
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 Abstract
PURPOSES : In link matching using vehicular trajectory in a car navigation system, it is technically difficult to match the location of the subject vehicle with a link on an electronic map in the vehicle on a grade separation highway segment consisting of an elevated highway and atgrade highway, because of the overlap of geometric lines of the two highways. This study was initiated to propose a link matching algorithm using the characteristics of vehicular movement of the subject vehicle. METHODS : The selected test site is the highway segment between Jeong-reung IC and Gil-eum IC where the Inner Circulation Road and Jeong-reung-ro run together. To evaluate the proposed algorithm, this study collected the raw packet data of vehicles that drove on the test site. In a simulation environment, link matching was performed using an existing algorithm as well as the proposed algorithm. RESULTS: It was clearly found that the characteristics of vehicular movements are different on the two highways. CONCLUSIONS: The proposed algorithm outperformed the existing algorithm.
 Keywords
Vehicular Movement Characteristics;Highway Grade Separation;Link Matching;GPS;ITS;Car Navigation System;
 Language
Korean
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