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S. Aishwarya1, S. Mahalakshmi2, P. Nirmala Deve3, R. Kapila Vani4
----------------------------------------------------------------------***--------------------------------------------------------------------The Existing concept is to find the path between two points
ABSTRACT-In order to analyse the budget approach for
and measure the distance. And analyzing method is done
manually. Existing transportation systems are not satisfying
since the slowly increasing road capacity cannot sufficiently
serve the rapidly increasing of cars, leading to high
congestions, serious pollutions and potential health
problems with large investments. We hope that
transportation policies and programs can serve economic,
social, and environmental goals. Several research works
show that the total industrial and consumer expenditure on
transportation is about 10% of GDP. Besides the large
investments, many countries are suffering from social
problems such as traffic congestions and fuel pollutionrelated diseases brought by transportation. The vehicle fuel
pollution accounts for 31% of all pollution in Beijing , and
the Beijing city government has spent $277 billion during
2011-2013 on air pollution to reduce the PM 2.5 (particulate
matter with diameter of 2.5 micrometer’s or less) . To
address the above problems, ride-sharing is a promising
solution that is cost-effective. Public vehicle (PV) systems
provide low-cost peer-to-peer ridesharing trips with
ensured Quality of Service (QoS) for passengers. Some ridesharing path planning strategies are restricted to some
special cases such as common origins or destinations. In
particular, evolutionary algorithms to solve the one-originmulti-destination taxi-sharing problem, where the QoS
metrics include the total trip cost and the time delay of
selected tour, we develop an application which predicts the
Pre-analysis of tour budget through the mobile computing
with complete requirement’s and need in real time location.
App module determines the effect of personalized information
and provision through smartphone on user ability to plan for
any destination trips. It helps to understand the traveller
perception for each and every PV system’s by real-time. The
destination of trip-planning can be accessed. Through Mobile
Application for pre-analysis operation over PV system’s (like
train, flight, etc..) are envisioned to be analysing the budget
approach for the selected tour. The data is collected through
multiple set data analysis systems and compared with the
exhaustive search method under the same service quality
performance. In case of emergency SOS helpline are mentioned
for particular places in India.
Keywords-Public Vehicle (PV), Save Our Soul (SOS)
The tourism sector is a coming together of various suppliers
of services to offer people a complete tourist experience.
Travel agents and tour operators play a vital role in the
promotion of tourism. Today the travel and tourism industry
is one of the biggest and most dynamic industries in the
If you are planning to be a part of this dynamic industry then
you are required to know more about the travel agency
operations than just what happens within the walls of the
office. The major number of people who travel around has
certainly gone up several hundred thousand times. This
increase in the number of people leaving their place of stay
and visiting another place has resulted in the expansion of
travel agencies and their linkages with the principal
suppliers. The travel agency is a link between the customers,
i.e., traveller or tourist and the principle suppliers, i.e.,
primary service providers such as tour wholesalers, hotels,
airlines, etc. It is the first stop for anyone considering travel,
especially to a distant place, i.e., tourist destination, in order
to make travel arrangements. The primary job of a travel
agency is to provide easy and trouble free travel to the
traveller. It is also important for a travel agency to provide
enough information to the tourist so that the tourist is not
cheated during his or her travel and has a hassle free trip.
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Present a stochastic mixed integer programming model to
optimize the allocation of cars to employees (from homes to
work places) while taking into account the unforeseen
events of car unavailability. It only focuses on ride-sharing
with common destinations in large organizations, e.g.,
companies, hospitals, and universities. a collective travel
planning query to find the lowest cost path connecting
multiple origins and a destination with limited number of
meeting points. However, all the above solutions cannot be
used in the multi-origin-multi-destination scenario, which is
more common in the real world. Most of the current ridesharing path planning strategies in the multi-origin-multidestination scenario are exhaustive search methods, which
incur high computational load at the cloud. An algorithm to
reduce travel distance of vehicles with QoS constraints for
passengers, e.g., detour, which needs to try each request and
calculate corresponding detour constraints. Solution which
selects the optimal fixed positions of pick-up points to
maximize the vehicle occupancy rates while preserving the
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passenger privacy and safety, where passengers do not need
to provide their precise home or work positions. To
maximize the vehicle occupancy and minimize the travel
time with limited detour a hybrid-simulated annealing to
dynamically assign passenger requests for online/dynamic
ride-sharing, which is computationally expensive especially
when the number of requests is large since multiple random
perturbations and a large number of iterations are needed.
Less research works focus on how to reduce the
computational complexity and restrict the search areas in
online/dynamic ride-sharing in PV or PV-like system’s.
changes, happening abruptly, and we indicate how profound
learning gives exact here and now movement stream
Enhanced Real Time Charging Station Recommendation
System for Load Base Electric-Vehicle Taxis Electric
Vehicles(EV) have less air pollution and are more
environment friendly, and due to their contribution to
carbon dioxide reduction, EVs are becoming increasingly
popular nowadays. In the real time charging system, the
waiting time can be a non-negligible portion to the total
work hours, the decision will naturally affect the revenue of
individual EV taxis. The proposed system provides a realtime charging station recommendation system for EV taxis
via large scale GPS data mining. By combining each EV taxi’s
historical recharging events and real-time GPS trajectories,
the current operational state of each taxi is predicted with
Load balancing. Based on this information, for an EV taxi
requesting a recommendation, recommend a charging
station that leads to the minimal total time before its
recharging starts.
To reduce the total travel distance of taxis, an efficient ridesharing path planning solution in serving dynamic queries,
where “lazy shortest path” calculation is used by means of
partitioning the whole road network into multiple grids, and
the status vehicle should be updated according to preset
This work only considers how to reduce the computational
complexity based on the current distance between vehicles
and origins/destinations of requests. a real-time and datadriven simulation framework to achieve the efficient
analysis of taxi ride sharing by means of exploring
parallelism and cache-coherent shortest path index, which
also considers different stakeholders’ interests and
constraints, e.g., the waiting time, the maximum number of
additional stops, and the maximum number of shared trips.
In summary, most online/dynamic ride-sharing solutions in
PV or PV-like systems are based on computationally
expensive exhaustive search.
EVs can just travel a constrained separation because of the
restricted limit of the batteries and an EV taxi may re-charge
a few times consistently. Because of the long cycle, the awful
choice on the charging station, i.e., picking one without void
charging heaps, may prompt a long holding up time of over a
hour in the most pessimistic scenario. In this way, picking
the privilege charging station is essential to lessen the
general holding up time. Understanding the status (e.g.,
operational examples, driver salary and charging practices)
of EV cabs can give significant data to strategy creators. In
view of this data, for an EV taxi asking for a suggestion, we
can prescribe a charging station that prompts the negligible
aggregate time before its energizing begins. Broad analyses
checked that our anticipated time is generally precise and
can lessen the cost time of EV taxis.
Only a few solutions focus on reducing the computational
complexity. However, the road network should be divided
into cells and the states of vehicles should be frequently
updated, making the methods complicated. The proposed
solution in this paper is more efficient, easy to implement,
and can be used in large cities. Moreover, the QoS level of
passengers can be guaranteed, e.g., short waiting time and
less detour.
Optimal Demand-Aware Ride-Sharing Routing, this problem
is important for unleashing economical and societal benefits
of ride-sharing. Meanwhile, it is challenging due to the need
Deep Learning for Short-Term Traffic Flow Prediction
profound learning model to foresee activity streams. The
fundamental commitment is advancement of an engineering
the consolidate’s a straight model that is fitted utilizing
regularization and an arrangement of tanh layers.
1. Meeting travel delay requirements of customers,
2. Making online decisions without knowing the exact
travel demands beforehand.
The test of foreseeing activity streams are the sharp
nonlinearities because of advances between free stream,
breakdown, recuperation and clog. We demonstrate that
profound learning models can catch these nonlinear spatiofleeting impacts. The main layer recognizes spatio-transient
relations among indicators and different layers show
nonlinear relations. We represent our strategy on street
sensor information from Interstate I-55 and anticipate
activity streams amid two unique occasions; Chicago Bears
football game and an extraordinary snowstorm occasion.
The two cases have sharp activity stream administration
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We present a general framework for exploring the new
design space enabled by the demand-aware approach. We
show that the demand-aware ride-sharing routing is
fundamentally a two-stage stochastic optimization problem.
We show that the problem is NP-Complete in the weak
sense. We exploit the two-stage structure to design an
optimal solution with pseudo-polynomial time complexity,
which makes it amenable for practical implementation. We
carry out extensive simulations based on real-world travel
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demand traces of Manhattan. The results show that using
our demand aware solution instead of the conventional
greedy-routing scheme increases the driver’s revenue by
The user location as a function of time is either known or
can be calculated, previous work shows the existence of
lower bounds on the average cost of paging. Here these
bounds are used in conjunction with a Poisson incomingcall arrival model to formulate the paging/registration
optimization problem in terms oftimeout parameters, τ m ;
the maximum amount of time to wait before registering
given the last known location wasm. Timer-based methods,
as opposed to location-based methods, do not require the
user to record and process location information during the
time between location updates.
The results further show that as compared to the case
without ride-sharing, our ridesharing solution reduces the
customers’ payment by 9% and the total vehicle travel time
(indicator of greenhouse gas emission) by 17%. The driver
can also get 26% extra revenues per slot by participating in
ride-sharing. Understanding operational and charging
patterns of Electric Vehicle Taxis using GPS records. The
major obstacle to the wide acceptance of Electric Vehicles
(EV) is the lack of a wide spread charging infrastructure. To
solve this,
A mobile makes the same location prediction as the network
does; it inspects its own location periodically and reports the
new location when the distance between the predicted and
the actual locations exceeds a threshold. To more
realistically represent the various degrees of velocity
correlation in time, a Gauss-Markov mobility model is used.
For practical systems where the mobility pattern varies over
time, we propose a dynamic Gauss-Markov parameter
estimator that provides the mobility parameters to the
prediction algorithm. The cost of predictive mobility
management against that of the regular,
distance-based scheme, for both the case with ideal GaussMarkov mobility pattern and the case with time-varying
mobility pattern.
Chinese government has promoted EVs in public
transportation. The operational patterns of EV taxis should
be different from Internal Combustion Engine Vehicles
(ICEV) taxis: EVs can only travel a limited distance due to the
limited capacity of the batteries and an EV taxi may recharge several times throughout a day. Understanding the
status (e.g., operational patterns, driver income and charging
behaviours) of EV taxis can provide invaluable information
to policy makers.
"Movement-based location update and selective paging for
PCS networks" Movement-based location update is selected
for its simplicity. It does not require each mobile terminal to
store information about the arrangement and the distance
relationship of all cells. In fact, each mobile terminal only
keeps a counter of the number of cells visited. A location
update is performed when this counter exceeds a predefined
threshold value. This scheme allows the dynamic selection of
the movement threshold on a per-user basis. This is
desirable as different users may have very different mobility
patterns. Selective paging reduces the cost for locating a
mobile terminal in the expense of an increase in the paging
delay. Analytical results are provided to demonstrate the
cost-effectiveness of the proposed scheme under various
Mobility management in wireless cellular networks is one of
the main issues for resource optimization. It is aimed to keep
track of Mobile Stations (MSs) in the different Location Areas
(LAs) or Registration Areas (RAs) for an efficient call
delivery. The optimization issues of these location strategies
look for a minimization of the generated signaling traffic.
In managing the locations of mobile users in mobile
communication systems, the distance-based strategy has
been proven to have better performance than other dynamic
strategies, but is difficult to implement. A simple approach is
introduced to implement the distance-based strategy by
using the cell coordinates in calculating the physical distance
traveled. This approach has the advantages of being
independent of the size, shape, and distribution of cells, as
well as catering for the direction of movement in addition to
the speed of each mobile terminal. An enhanced distancebased location management strategy is proposed to
dynamically adjust the size and shape of location area for
each individual mobile terminal according to the current
speed and direction of movement. It can reduce the location
management signaling traffic of the distance-based strategy
by half when mobile terminals have predictable directions of
movement. Three types of location updating schemes are
discussed, namely, Circular Location Area, Optimal Location
Area, and Elliptic Location Area. Paging schemes using
searching techniques such as expanding distance search
based on the last reported location and based on the
predicted location, and expanding direction search are also
explored to further reduce paging signal traffic by
partitioning location areas into paging areas. The assignment
"Cost Analysis of Movement-Based Location Management in
PCS Networks: An Embedded Markov Chain Approach"is an
approach distinguishes itself from those developed in the
literature in the following aspects. 1) It considers the
location area (LA) architecture used by personal
communication service (PCS) networks for location
management. 2) It considers two different call handling
models that determine after a call whether a location update
should be performed. 3) It considers the effect of the call
holding time on the call handling models. 4) It proposes to
use a fluid flow model to describe the dependence between
the cell and the LA residence time. We derive closed-form
analytical formulas for the signaling cost, whose accuracy is
manifested by a simulation.
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of each user depends on the topology of the network and on
the position of the user. Each user can move itself from one
position to another or it can “terminate” its request (thus
disappearing from the set of users). Additionally, users may
require, for their requests, different bandwidths
corresponding to different types of services (such as video
and/or audio applications or file transfers).
cellular phones. Cellular communication is supported by an
infrastructure called a cellular network, which integrates
cellular phones into the public switched telephone network
(PSTN). Location management is one of the main issues in
cellular network. A service coverage area of cellular network
is divided into many small small areas which are known as
cells. Each cell has its own identity number of its location
which is known as cell Id number. Mobile Subscribers find
their location from the cell identity of their cells and from
cell Id they can also calculate cellular distance.
Tracking strategies for mobile users in wireless networks
are studied. In order to save the cost of using the wireless
links mobile users should not update their location
whenever they cross boundaries of adjacent cells. The paper
focuses on three natural strategies in which the mobile users
make the decisions when and where to update: the timebased strategy, the number of movements-based strategy,
and the distance-based strategy. The authors consider both
memoryless movement patterns and movements with
Markovian memory along a topology of cells arranged as a
ring. In distance-based location update schemes with a
predefined distance threshold d, an object reports its
location to the location server, whenever it is located more
than a distance of d away from the location expected of by
the server. Adopting a small threshold can keep locations
maintained in the location server close to exact object
locations, but that incurs high location update costs. In this
paper, we address the important issue of finding an optimal
distance threshold. Our approach exploits a cost function
that takes into account location update and query processing
costs, the two key performance costs, based on which an
optimal threshold that minimizes the overall cost is derived.
In dynamic environments, costs may vary over time, so a
threshold good at one moment could become bad at another.
To determine an optimal threshold adaptively, we propose
two optimization algorithms, namely, conjectural algorithm
and progressive algorithm. Conjectural optimization
algorithm " guesses" the current system conditions, based on
which it directly determines the most probable optimal
value. Progressive optimization algorithm starts with a
certain threshold value and adjusts it gradually towards the
optimal point.
Methods of balancing call registration and paging are
developed in this paper. Given that the probability
distribution on the user location as a function of time is
either known or can be calculated, previous work shows
the existence of lower bounds on the average cost of
paging. Here these bounds are used in conjunction with a
Poisson incoming-call arrival model to formulate the
paging/registration optimization problem in terms of
timeout parameters, τ m ; the maximum amount of time to
wait before registering given the last known location wasm.
Timer-based methods, as opposed to location-based
methods, do not require the user to record and process
location information during the time between location
updates. This feature might be desirable for minimizing
mobile transceiver use during idle periods. Then consider
uniform motion processes where a spatial translation of
starting location produces an identical spatial translation of
the associated time-varying probability distribution. This
leads to a universal timeout parameter τ which may be
readily calculated. Study τ and the minimum cost of
paging/registration for a simple model of user motion and
compare our results to an earlier method of location-based
paging/registration cost minimization.
The key idea of our approach is to pose orienteering as a
combination of a Constraint Satisfaction Problem and a
Traveling Salesman Problem. This formulation allows us to
restrict the search space to routes that incur minimum
distance to visit a set of selected nodes, and rapidly search
this space using random sampling. The paper provides the
analysis of asymptotic near- optimality, convergence rates
for RAOr algorithms, and present strategies to improve
anytime performance of the algorithm. .
The mobility patterns are used to create individualized
location areas for each user. The proposed scheme is
flexible and can be used in network with arbitrary cell
topologies. The scheme, along with other existing schemes
is simulated using realistic users' mobility and call arrival
patterns, and network topology. The simulated
environment consists of 90 cells representing the
geographical area of the San Francisco bay, and 66,550
mobile users representing the typical classes of users that
are normally present in a real cellular network. Results
show the proposed scheme gives lower overall signaling
costs, resulting in savings on the limited radio bandwidth
that may have otherwise been used for location updates
and paging.
Unfortunately, the problem is NP-Hard and the state of the
art methods are too slow to even present an approximate
solution online. Here we present Randomized Anytime
Orien- teering (RAOr) algorithm that provides near optimal
solutions while demonstrably converging to an efficient
solution in run- times that allows the solver to be run online.
Cellular communication has explosive growth in recent
years. Today millions of people around the world uses
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The real time guidance of tourist place is given as detailed
information about each and every place in India. The event
update is generated for certain places. Tour Guides are
responsible for helping people to visit unfamiliar areas. They
usually make special trips with groups of tourists in order to
show them important places of cities. Their work is very
useful for visitors who are for the first time in some areas,
because these professionals are very knowledgeable and
provide valuable information to people. They may work in
travel agencies or museums.
Tour Guides usually perform many of the following tasks:
• Describing places to people.
• Providing safety devises.
• Providing directions to tourists.
The proposed system finds the shortest path among
duration and traffic analysis and even budget planning can
be done. Provide more flexible and adaptive solution
according to preferences of the participants and solve the
social challenges.
The Login page for staff contains id and password, after
confirming, if it match Password to allow in the app
otherwise alert an error Dialog and show a message to the
user. User personal details will be created as a table in the
form of a java code and those registered details are stored in
The application predicts pre analysis of tour budget through
mobile computing that are provided in cloud database with
complete requirements and needs in real time location.
Simplify registrations. Allow login via external accounts. Go
for mobile phone instead of usernames. Facilitate password
resetting. Keep users logged in allow access to a customer
loyalty card or to send a personal message push to a user. It
is also possible to require users to register before they can
view the content of your app.
A precise way the analysis to be run before examining the
data pre-specifying analysis plans comes at a cost. A preanalysis plan is relatively straightforward to write if there is
a single, simple hypothesis, with a single, obvious outcome
variable of interest. The most rigid adherents to prespecification would discount any such results that were not
rigorously specified in advance of the data.
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• What will each part of this study cost?
• What sources of funding do you anticipate?
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Nearby Places lets you discover great places near you. Search
for nearby Restaurants, Foods, ATMs, Banks and a lot more.
Located a short distance, areas into which the economic
activity of a country is divided the plane figure enclosed
within the given destined.
path planning solutions aiming at solving the common last
mile problem from homes or work places to subway stations
or bus stops.
To deal with the online/dynamic ride-sharing path planning
problem for PV systems, this article proposes a solution
based on a limited potential search area for each vehicle to
filter out the requests that violate passenger QoS constraints
such as the tour, therefore, the global search is reduced to a
local search and the computational complexity is reduced. It
also considers the comfort of passengers (e.g., waiting time
and detour) and the total travel distance of PVs. Therefore,
passengers can enjoy their peer-to-peer ride-sharing
services with sacrificing a little ride comfort. Moreover, the
proposed solution can be easily extended to the future
globally optimal algorithm (if it will exist) to speed the
computation time where all the scheduling can be changed
only if the passenger has not been picked up.
“Save Our Souls” the signal “SOS” came for the sake of
convenience. Emergency app will also provide you the
current country emergency numbers as such Police, Fire,
Ambulance, women safety numbers, etc. It allows you to
activate distress through your phone notification bar action
button, phone Power button, and SOS button. The SOS
network status indicator is only for emergency calls that can
be made requests for medical assistance.
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