Investigating bimodal clustering in human mobility

  • Bagrow J
  • Koren T
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We apply a simple clustering algorithm to a large dataset of cellular telecommunication records, reducing the complexity of mobile phone users' full trajectories and allowing for simple statistics to characterize their properties. For the case of two clusters, we quantify how clustered human mobility is, how much of a user's spatial dispersion is due to motion between clusters, and how spatially and temporally separated clusters are from one another.

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  • Clustering
  • Human mobility
  • Mobile phones

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