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Trajectory classification, i.e., model construction for predicting the class labels of moving objects based on their trajectories and other features, has many important, real-world applications. A number of methods have been reported in the literature, but due to using the shapes of whole trajectories for classification, they have limited classification capability when discriminative features appear at parts of trajectories or are not relevant to the shapes of trajectories. These situations are often observed in long trajectories spreading over large geographic areas.
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