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Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism
This paper introduces IMTAS, an architecture enhancing existing tourist information systems with modern AI and multimedia technologies. IMTAS allows for a more flexible access to up-to-dateExpand
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Information Technology and Tourism — A Challenging Relationship
Information systems in tourism, such as reservation systems, yield management systems, and tourism-marketing systems, have been among the pioneers of leading-edge technology applications and areExpand
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E-commerce and tourism
Travel and tourism are illustrating how e-commerce can change the structure of an industry---and in the process create new business opportunities. Expand
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Conceptual foundations for understanding smart tourism ecosystems
Using digital ecosystems and smart business networks as conceptual building blocks, this paper defines, describes and illustrates the idea of a smart tourism ecosystem (STE). Expand
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A Survey of B2B Methodologies and Technologies: From Business Models towards Deployment Artifacts
In recent years business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce has been subject to major rethinking. Expand
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Intelligent Systems for Tourism
The authors discuss travel recommender systems, adaptive context aware mobility support for tourists, tourism information systems, information delivery and travel planning information gathering agents. Expand
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Harmonise: A Step Toward an Interoperable E-Tourism Marketplace
Harm Harmonise, a European project based on a Semantic Web approach and utilizing a Web services infrastructure, deals with business-to-business (B2B) integration on the "information" layer by means of an ontology-based mediation. Expand
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Covering the semantic space of tourism: an approach based on modularized ontologies
Personalized online tourism services play a crucial role for tourists. In order to deliver adequate information, a semantic matching between tourism services and user context is needed. In the phaseExpand
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