2005, Tomai E., Spanaki M., Prastacos P. and Kavouras M., "Ontology Assisted Decision-making – a Case Study in Trip Planning for Tourism" Print

 

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Tomai E., Spanaki M., Prastacos P. and Kavouras M., "Ontology Assisted Decision-making – a Case Study in Trip Planning for Tourism", R. Meersman et al. (Eds.): OTM Workshops 2005, LNCS 3762, pp. 1137 – 1146, 2005.

 

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Traditional trip planning involves decisions made by tourists in order to explore an environment, such as a geographic area, usually without having any prior knowledge or experience with it. Contemporary technological development has facilitated not only human mobility but also has set the path for various applications to assist tourists in way-finding, event notification using location-based services etc. Our approach explores how the use of ontologies can assist tourists plan their trip, in a web-based environment. The methodology consists of building two separate ontologies, one for the users profile and another one concerning tourism information and data in order to assist visitors of an area plan their visit.

 

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