Context-based tourism information filtering with a semantic rule engine

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This paper presents the CONCERT framework, a push/filter information consumption paradigm, based on a rule-based semantic contextual information system for tourism. CONCERT suggests a specific insight of the notion of context from a human mobility perspective. It focuses on the particular characteristics and requirements of travellers and addresses the drawbacks found in other approaches. Additionally, CONCERT suggests the use of digital broadcasting as push communication technology, whereby tourism information is disseminated to mobile devices. This information is then automatically filtered by a network of ontologies and offered to tourists on the screen. The results obtained in the experiments carried out show evidence that the information disseminated through digital broadcasting can be manipulated by the network of ontologies, providing contextualized information that produces user satisfaction. © 2012 by the authors; licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland.

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Lamsfus, C., Martín, D., Alzua-Sorzabal, A., López-de-Ipiña, D., & Torres-Manzanera, E. (2012). Context-based tourism information filtering with a semantic rule engine. Sensors (Switzerland), 12(5), 5273–5289. https://doi.org/10.3390/s120505273

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