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Agenda

- Introduction
- Recommender System(RS)
- Motivation
- Problem formulation

- Algorithm
- Experiment Results
- Conclusion

RS: What are they and Why are they

- RS: identify user interests and provide personalized suggestions.
- Enhance user experience
- Assist users in finding information
- Reduce search and navigation time

- Increase productivity
- Increase credibility
- Mutually beneficial proposition

Types of RS – Content based RS

Content based RS highlights

- Recommend items similar to those users preferred in the past
- User profiling is the key
- Items/content usually denoted by keywords
- Matching “user preferences” with “item characteristics” … works for textual information

Types of RS – Collaborative RS

Collaborative RS highlights

- Use other users recommendations (ratings) to judge item’s utility
- Key is to find users/user groups whose interests match with the current user
- More users, more ratings: better results
- Can account for items dissimilar to the ones seen in the past too

MOBILE Recommender System

IS

widely studied before

BUT

- Mostly based on user ratings

- and is only exploratory in nature

SO

Unique features distinguishing mobile RS remains open

The combination of two above models

Motivation

Taxi services are very popular and:

- Energy consumption counted;
- Successful story of drivers are different
- Data related to individuals and objects are rich
- Mobile RS provides users access to personalized recommendation anytime, anywhere

To

- Provide more useful “local navigation” options
- High density of customer looking for the Cab
THEN:

- Potential Travel Distance(PTD)
- LCP
- Skyroute algorithm

Problem Definition

- Mobile sequential recommendation problem, which recommends sequential pickup points for Taxi driver to maximize his business success.
- Recommend a travel route for a Cab driver in a way such that the potential travel distance before having customer is minimized

Problem Formulation

- Assume a available set of N potential pick-up points:
C = {C1, C2…Cn}

And

- P={P(C1), P(C2)…, P(Cn)} is the probability set, where P(Ci) is estimated probability at each pick-up point.

Problem Formulation

is the set of directed sequences

is the number of all possible driving routes

where is the length of route

is the probabilities of all pick-up points containing in

Mobile Sequential Recommendation(MRS) Problem

- is PTD function
- Driver current position

Sequential Recommendation Algorithm

- Potential Travel Distance Function (PTD)
- an objective function which is used to evaluate condidate routes
- property of PTD

- LCP algorithm
- an algorithm which is used for pruning the search space offline

- SkyRoute algorithm
- an algorithm for seeking optimal recommendation routes

Recommended Driving Route

- c1: a pick-up event happens with probability p(c1)
- c2: a pick-up event may happen with probabolity (1-p(c1))p(c2)
- only when no pick-up event happens at c1, this event happens.

- ...
- c4: a pick-up event happnes with probability (1-p(c1))(1-p(c2))(1-p(c3))p(c4)

An exapmel of Recommended Driving Route with the length of suggensted driving route L = 4

Potential Travel Distance Function

PTD is defined as the expected distancefor a cab before picking up a customer in the route RL:

PTD Function Property

- Lemma. The Monotone Property of the PTD Function
- the PTD function is strictly monotonically increaseing with each attribute of vector DP.
- Vector DP is a vector combined by vector D and vector P

- the PTD function is strictly monotonically increaseing with each attribute of vector DP.
- With this property, it’s possible to determine a candidate route is better than the other without computing PTDs.

PTD Function Property

- A recommended driving route R1 with a length L, associated with the vector DP1, dominates another route R2 with a length L, associated with vector DP2, iff the following two conditions hold:
- every element in DP1 is not worse than it peer in DP2
- at lease element in DP1 is better than its peer in DP2

element 2

B dominates A

B dominates C

By this definition, if a candidate route A is dominated by a candidate route B, A cannot be an optimal route.

A

B

C

element 1

LCP Pruning Algorithm

LCP Pruning algorithm

For two sub-routes Aand B with a length L , which includes only pick-up points, ifsub-route A is dominated by sub-route B under Deﬁnition 2,the candidate routes with a length L which contain sub-routeA will be dominated and can be pruned in advance.

LCP algorithm prunes the search space offline

LCP algorithm will enumerate all the L-length sub-routes;

then prune the dominated sub-routes by difinition 2 offline.

this pruning process can be done offline before the position of a taxi driver is known

SkyRoute and its Property

With lemma 4, if we can find skyline routes first, and then search the optimal driving routes from the set of skyline routes. This way can eliminate lots of candidates without computing the PTD function.

SkyRoute Algorithm

Input

C: set of pick-up points

P: probability set for all pick-up points

Dist: pairwise drive distance matrix of pick-up points

L: the length of suggested drive route

PoCab: current position

Offline Processing (LCP)

Enumerate all sub-routes with length of L from C

Prune and maintain dominated Constrained Sub-routes with length L using sub-route dominance.

Maintain the remained non-dmonated sub-routes with length L, denoted as

Enumate all candiate routes by connecting PoCab with each sub-route of

for i = 2: L-1

decide dominated sub-routes with i-th intermediate pick-up points and prune the corresponding candidates by using Backward pruning.

update the candidate set by filtering the pruned candidates in above step.

end for

Select the remained candidate routes with length of L from the loop above

Final typical skyline query to get optimal skyline routes

Keywords

- PTD function:
- a function to compute the Potential Travel Distance before having a customer

- LCP algorithm:
- a route pruning algorithm.

- can be done offline before the position of a cab is known

- SkyRoute algorithm:
- a route pruning algorithm

- SkyRoute includes:

+ LCP offline pruning

+ Online pruning when the position of a cab is known

Recommendation Process

- Obtaining the Optimal Driving Route:
- Using LCP and SkyRoute for pruning candidates

- Compute PTD function for all remaining candidates

- Get the route with minimal PTD value

- Other challenge: How to make the recommendation for many cabs in the same area?

Recommendation Process(cont.)

- Circulating mechanism
- search k optimal drive routes

- NO.1 route to the 1st coming empty cab

- NO.2 route to the 2nd coming empty cab

- …

- More than k empty cabs? Repeat from NO.1

Experimental Data

- Real world data:
- GPS location traces of

approximately 500 taxis

collected around 30 days

in San Francisco Bay

area

- Number of pick-up points: 10

- Travelling distances between pick-up points are measured with Google Map API

Experimental Data(cont.)

- Synthetic data:
- Randomly generate pick-up points within a specific area

- Generate pick up probability by a standard uniform distribution

- Using Euclidean distance instead of driving distance

- 3 sets: 10, 15, 20 pick-up points respectively

Optimal Routes with Real World Data

L=3: → C1 → C3 → C2

L=4: → C1 → C3 → C2 → C7

L=5: → C4 → C1 → C2 → C3 → C7

Evaluated Algorithms

- BFS(Brute Force Search):
- Compute the PTD value for all candidate routes

- Find the minimum value as the optimal route

- LCPS (LCP Search)
- Use LCP algorithm for offline pruning

- Compute PTD for remained candidate routes

- Get the minimum value as the optimal route

- SR(BNL)S: Sky Route + BNL (Block Nested Loop)
- Using SkyRoute algorithm for pruning

- Applying BNL for the remained candidates to get skyline routes

- SR(D&C)S: SkyRoute + D&C (Divide and Conquer )
- SkyRoute algorithm for pruning

- D&C algorithm to get skyline routes

Experiment Results

- A Comparison of Search Time
- LCPS overperforms BFS and SR(D&C)S

Experiment Results(cont.)

- Comparison of Search Time(L=3) on Synthetic Data Set

Experiment Results(cont.)

- The pruning effect

Experiment Results(cont.)

- Comparison of Skyline Computing

Multi Evaluation Functions

- Skyline computing is time consuming
- Given a cab and fixed potential pick-up points:
- Skylines are needed to compute only one time

- Search space is pruned drastically

=> Skyline computing will have advantage with multi evaluation criteria

Multi Evaluation Functions(cont.)

- Using 5 different evaluations (including PTD)
- Select 5 corresponding optimal drive routes

Conclusion

- This paper developes an energy-efficient mobile recommender system for Taxi drivers. This system is able to recommend a sequence of potential pick-up points for a driver such that the potential travel distance before having customer is minimized.
- This paper provides a Potential Travel Distance(PTD) function for evaluating candidate sequences and two recommendation algorithms LCP and SkyRoute.
- LCP algorithm outperforms BFS and SkyRoute when searching for one optimal route. However, SkyRoute has better performance than BFS and LCP when there is an online demand for different optimal driving routes.

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