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Title: TourTrivia: Semantically Implemented Travel Application for Tourists
Authors: Seneviratne, J.W.
Madushan, K.A.C.
Thushara, K.A.C.
Perera, T.D.
Bandara, K.Y.
Keywords: Semantic web technologies
infrastructural developments
implement implicit relationships
Issue Date: 6-Apr-2016
Publisher: SLIIT
Series/Report no.: NCTM 2016;016
Abstract: Tourism plays a vital role in an economy. There has been a clear ascend in the tourism industry with infrastructural developments. To be more specific, a travel application will allow tourists to plan and organize their tours with more comfortably with accurate and reliable sources of information. There exist numerous amounts of tedious travel application in today’s world. The massive amounts of travel applications depict more static behaviors; applications developed concerning the implicit relationships are rare to be found. Semantics is the technology to implement implicit relationships in meaningful manner. Semantic web empowers data recovery going for making information widely available in the World Wide Web open to more precise search and information extraction to be effectively decipherable. The applications that convey these new solutions are based on ontology. This paper studies creating sophisticated relationships in an ontology, which can improve the process of searching for perfect travel data by analyzing the user interests. Tour Trivia travel application is a semantically implemented solution to cater this trend, utilizing all Semantic web technologies and tools.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/313
ISSN: 1800 3591
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