Ubiquitous access to cultural tourism portals

@inproceedings{Garzotto2004UbiquitousAT,
  title={Ubiquitous access to cultural tourism portals},
  author={Franca Garzotto and Paolo Paolini and Marco Speroni and Birgit Pr{\"o}ll and Werner Retschitzegger and Wieland Schwinger},
  year={2004}
}
Web-based tourism information systems are more and more required to provide besides traditional tourism information about hotel facilities and infrastructure also cultural content comprising material heritage, performing art, folk tradition, handicraft or simply habits of everyday life. These cultural Web applications are required not to offer online brochures only, but rather to provide both, value and service. This paper focuses on two crucial aspects of cultural Web applications comprising… CONTINUE READING

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