Where Would You Go on Your Next Vacation? A Framework for Visual Exploration of Attractive Places

@article{Kisilevich2010WhereWY,
  title={Where Would You Go on Your Next Vacation? A Framework for Visual Exploration of Attractive Places},
  author={S. Kisilevich and Florian Mansmann and Peter Bak and D. Keim and Alexander Tchaikin},
  journal={2010 Second International Conference on Advanced Geographic Information Systems, Applications, and Services},
  year={2010},
  pages={21-26}
}
Tourists face a great challenge when they gather information about places they want to visit. Geographically tagged information in the form of Wikipedia pages, local tourist information pages, dedicated web sites and the massive amount of information provided by Google Earth is publicly available and commonly used. But the processing of this information involves a time consuming activity. Our goal is to make search for attractive places simpler for the common user and provide researchers with… Expand

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