Fine-Grained Trajectory-based Travel Time Estimation for Multi-city Scenarios Based on Deep Meta-Learning

20 Jan 2022  ·  Chenxing Wang, Fang Zhao, Haichao Zhang, Haiyong Luo, Yanjun Qin, Yuchen Fang ·

Travel Time Estimation (TTE) is indispensable in intelligent transportation system (ITS). It is significant to achieve the fine-grained Trajectory-based Travel Time Estimation (TTTE) for multi-city scenarios, namely to accurately estimate travel time of the given trajectory for multiple city scenarios. However, it faces great challenges due to complex factors including dynamic temporal dependencies and fine-grained spatial dependencies. To tackle these challenges, we propose a meta learning based framework, MetaTTE, to continuously provide accurate travel time estimation over time by leveraging well-designed deep neural network model called DED, which consists of Data preprocessing module and Encoder-Decoder network module. By introducing meta learning techniques, the generalization ability of MetaTTE is enhanced using small amount of examples, which opens up new opportunities to increase the potential of achieving consistent performance on TTTE when traffic conditions and road networks change over time in the future. The DED model adopts an encoder-decoder network to capture fine-grained spatial and temporal representations. Extensive experiments on two real-world datasets are conducted to confirm that our MetaTTE outperforms six state-of-art baselines, and improve 29.35% and 25.93% accuracy than the best baseline on Chengdu and Porto datasets, respectively.

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