The FRACTALRABBIT stochastic mobility simulator creates realistic synthetic sporadic waypoint data sets. It consist of three tiers, each based on new stochastic models:
(1) An Agoraphobic Point Process generates a set V of space points, whose limit is a random fractal, representing sites that could be visited.
(2) A Retro-preferential Process generates a trajectory X through V , with strategic homing and self-reinforcing site ﬁdelity as observed in human/animal behavior.
(3) A Sporadic Reporting Process models time points T at which the trajectory X is observed, with bursts of reports and heavy tailed inter-event times.
Table of contents
- Quick start 2.0- Status
- What's included
- Bugs and feature requests
- Copyright and license
Several quick start options are available:
- (2017 VERSIONS) single trajectory models
- (COMING IN 2019) Java version, for multiple paths
- Mathematica Notebook (2017), and pdf printout, for single trajectory
- Python implementation (2017), for single trajectory
Bugs and feature requests
- Have a bug or a feature request? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- See Wiki.
- New implementations of the three underlying models described in the technical report are welcome.
- Will begin with the Java release.
R. W. R. Darling http://probabilist.us
Copyright and license
Apache License 2.0