Covering the semantic space of tourism: an approach based on modularized ontologies

@inproceedings{Barta2009CoveringTS,
  title={Covering the semantic space of tourism: an approach based on modularized ontologies},
  author={Robert Barta and Christina Feilmayr and Birgit Pr246ll and Christoph Gr252n and Hannes Werthner},
  booktitle={CIAO '09},
  year={2009}
}
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 phase of trip planning, the essential user context comprises primarily user preferences and interests, while during the trip location and time context are added. While being on the move, unexpected events might force tourists to completely reschedule their travel plan and look for alternatives. In order… CONTINUE READING
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