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Aggregation and Map-Matching of Mobile Cellular Network Traces

Author(s): Norbert Goebel, Adrian Skuballa, Martin Mauve, Kalman Graffi.
Title: Aggregation and Map-Matching of Mobile Cellular Network Traces
Published: Technical Report TR-2016-001, Computer Science Department, Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf, Germany, July 2016
Abstract: The trace-based simulation of V2X applications relies on sound traces in a format usable by the simulation framework.However traces normally use gps coordinates and traffic simulators operate on graph based road networks.Furthermore positions gathered using gps are error prone.Thus some post-processing of the traces has to be conducted to map-match and prepare them for the V2X simulation framework.In this paper, we introduce our post-processing techniques used to make traces generated by the RMF available to our trace-based simulation environment.Furthermore we present a walk-through usage example of our tool-chain.
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