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Which algorithm for osm takes a gps position, duration and average speed/way of transport(by foot, bike, car, ...) and outputs possible routes that fulfill all criteria (start from gps position move around until after duration will have passed you come back to gps position)?

asked 29 Sep '15, 23:32

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closed 30 Sep '15, 20:46

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The question has been closed for the following reason "moved to gis.SE - see answer and link below." by aseerel4c26 30 Sep '15, 20:46

This is not an OpenStreetMap specific question, but a general question about routing(related) algorithms. You might get better responses if you ask that question elsewhere, potentially gis.stackexchange.com (even though your question technically isn't even GIS specific).

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answered 30 Sep '15, 00:23

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