11:00 - 12:00 | Mon 28 Oct | Crystal Room I | MoC-T5
Dangerous driving events data are widely used as surrogates to traffic crashes. Large-scale dangerous driving events data collected from smartphones are explored in this study. Clustering analysis is performed on dangerous driving events counted in spatial cells. Spatial and temporal patterns of the cluster distributions are then explored. Both the existence of spatial autocorrelation and the similarity of cluster distributions for different time periods are uncovered.
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