Youcef Djenouri will visit the team from Feb12 to Feb19 and he will work on Time Series analytics with us.
He will give a talk on Feb14 at 4pm in BAT5-02.022-JPN.
Title: “Urban traffic outlier detection”
In this talk, I present solutions to outlier detection approaches in urban traffic analysis. We divide existing solutions into two main categories: flow outlier detection and trajectory outlier detection. The first category groups solutions that detect flow outliers and includes statistical, similarity and pattern mining approaches. The second category contains solutions where the trajectory outliers are derived, including offline processing for trajectory outliers and online processing for sub-trajectory outliers. Solutions in each of these categories are described, illustrated, and discussed, and open perspectives and research trends are drawn. In this context, we can better understand the intuition, limitations, and benefits of the existing outlier urban traffic detection algorithms. As a result, practitioners can receive some guidance for selecting the most suitable methods for their particular case.
About Youcef Djenouri:
YOUCEF DJENOURI received the Ph.D. degree in computer engineering from the University of Science and Technology Houari Boumediene, Algiers, Algeria, in 2014. From 2014 to 2015, he was a permanent Teacher-Researcher with the University of Blida, Algeria. He focused on BPM Project supported by Unist University, South Korea, in 2016. In 2017, he joined Southern Denmark University as a Postdoctoral Researcher, where he focused on urban traffic data analysis. He is now with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway, where he is granted funding from European Research Consortium on Informatics and Mathematics. He focuses on topics related to artificial intelligence and data mining, with focus on time series analysis, frequent pattern mining, parallel computing, and evolutionary algorithms. He has been granted short-term research visitor internships to many renown universities including ENSMEA, Poitiers; University of Poitiers; and University of Lorraine. He has published more than 50 published journal and conference papers, and two book chapters, and one tutorial paper. Some of his selected papers are published in good and top journals and conferences including ACM Computing Surveys, IEEE Intelligent Systems, IEEE Access, Information Sciences, ICDM or PAKDD.