Resources in a spatial environments represent objects being located at a certain position which might appear and disappear over time. Examples are parking spots, charging stations or even customers looking for a roaming cab. Due to novel sensor techniques historical and real time information about the availability of resources gets more and more available. Our goal in this project is to develop strategies for minimizing the search time for an available resource in a spatial environment.
- Sabrina Friedl
- Gregor Jossé
- Klaus Schmid
- Sebastian Schmoll
- Matthias Schubert
- Sebastian Schmoll, Sabrina Friedl, Matthias Schubert (2019). Scaling the Dynamic Resource Routing Problem. In SSTD 2019, Vienna (to appear)
- Sebastian Schmoll, Matthias Schubert (2018). Dynamic Resource Routing using Real-Time Dynamic Programming. In IJCAI'18, Stockholm, Sweden
- Sebastian Schmoll, Matthias Schubert (2018). Dynamic Resource Routing using Real-Time Information. In EDBT'18, Vienna, Austria, pp.4
- Gregor Jossé, Klaus Arthur Schmid, Matthias Schubert (2015). Probabilistic Resource Route Queries with Reappearance. In EDBT'15, pp. 445–456.
- Gregor Jossé, Matthias Schubert, Hans-Peter Kriegel (2013). Probabilistic Parking Queries using Aging Functions. In ACMGIS'13, pp. 4