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Making tourist guidance systems more intelligent, adaptive and personalised using crowd sourced movement data

Making tourist guidance systems more intelligent, adaptive and personalised using crowd sourced movement data
Making tourist guidance systems more intelligent, adaptive and personalised using crowd sourced movement data

Ambient intelligence (AmI) provides adaptive, personalized, intelligent, ubiquitous and interactive services to wide range of users. AmI can have a variety of applications, including smart shops, health care, smart home, assisted living, and location-based services. Tourist guidance is one of the applications where AmI can have a great contribution to the quality of the service, as the tourists, who may not be very familiar with the visiting site, need a location-aware, ubiquitous, personalised and informative service. Such services should be able to understand the preferences of the users without requiring the users to specify them, predict their interests, and provide relevant and tailored services in the most appropriate way, including audio, visual, and haptic. This paper shows the use of crowd sourced trajectory data in the detection of points of interests and providing ambient tourist guidance based on the patterns recognised over such data.

Ambient services, Spatio-temporal data, Tourist guidance, Touristic point of interest (PoI), Trajectory data mining
1868-5137
413-427
Basiri, Anahid
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Amirian, Pouria
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Winstanley, Adam
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Moore, Terry
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Basiri, Anahid
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Amirian, Pouria
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Winstanley, Adam
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Moore, Terry
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Basiri, Anahid, Amirian, Pouria, Winstanley, Adam and Moore, Terry (2018) Making tourist guidance systems more intelligent, adaptive and personalised using crowd sourced movement data. Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing, 9 (2), 413-427. (doi:10.1007/s12652-017-0550-0).

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Abstract

Ambient intelligence (AmI) provides adaptive, personalized, intelligent, ubiquitous and interactive services to wide range of users. AmI can have a variety of applications, including smart shops, health care, smart home, assisted living, and location-based services. Tourist guidance is one of the applications where AmI can have a great contribution to the quality of the service, as the tourists, who may not be very familiar with the visiting site, need a location-aware, ubiquitous, personalised and informative service. Such services should be able to understand the preferences of the users without requiring the users to specify them, predict their interests, and provide relevant and tailored services in the most appropriate way, including audio, visual, and haptic. This paper shows the use of crowd sourced trajectory data in the detection of points of interests and providing ambient tourist guidance based on the patterns recognised over such data.

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Accepted/In Press date: 11 July 2017
e-pub ahead of print date: 1 September 2017
Published date: 1 April 2018
Keywords: Ambient services, Spatio-temporal data, Tourist guidance, Touristic point of interest (PoI), Trajectory data mining

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Local EPrints ID: 419628
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/419628
ISSN: 1868-5137
PURE UUID: e78c3fa2-5947-4724-897b-63557bdba171

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Date deposited: 17 Apr 2018 16:30
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 18:36

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