Goal of this Fapra is getting used to working with OSM data. We will cover the full pipeline from preprocessing raw OSM data, implementation of suitable graph representations to actual algorithms working on the extracted data. At the end, every participant is expected to create an individual project which does something interesting with OSM data. The final grade is based on this individual project only.
Your are free to choose any programming language.
We’ll meet Monday 18.12.2017 at 11:30 in room 1.140
Submission of Final Projects
- by end of March 2018
- Everybody has to give a short presentation of his/her project (10-15 minutes)
- brief project description (5-10 pages) as well as archive of source code including instructions how to compile/run
Data and Information
Sheets with tasks can be found here.
We start with Tasks 3+5 and the data sets that can be found on: Data.
A drawing and the offset array representation of the toy graph looks as follows:
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