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Decentralized content sharing among tourists in visiting hotspots

Shahriar kaisar, Joarder Kamruzzaman, Gour Karmakar, Iqbal Gondal
2017 Journal of Network and Computer Applications  
No works exist in literature that deals with content sharing in such environment. In this work, we propose a content sharing approach for such environments.  ...  The proposed approach shows promising results in sharing contents among tourists, measured in terms of content hit, delivery success rate and latency.  ...  In this paper, we propose interest matching and content deliverability based grouping for content sharing among tourists in visiting hotspots, more generally among people in irregular meeting places.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jnca.2016.11.010 fatcat:lyfhu2f4zvar3iypbsggsnawt4

Using Flickr Geotagged Photos to Estimate Visitor Trajectories in World Heritage Cities

Antoni Domènech, Inmaculada Mohino, Borja Moya-Gómez
2020 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
In this article, individual visitor spatiotemporal trajectories are reconstructed along with the urban network using thousands of geotagged Flickr photos taken by visitors in the historic centre of the  ...  The "call effect" for having the World Heritage status has boosted tourism in many cities.  ...  with longer stays tend to visit a greater range of attractions and have wider mobility patterns [25, 85] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi9110646 fatcat:yxdspz4ifnhupoz44lhddsezz4

A dynamic content distribution scheme for decentralized sharing in tourist hotspots

Shahriar Kaisar, Joarder Kamruzzaman, Gour Karmakar
2019 Journal of Network and Computer Applications  
to match varying content demand with available supply in a dynamic network.  ...  Employing such DCS approaches in irregular meeting places such as a tourist spot or camping site can enhance the visiting experience of tourists as many places lack Internet connectivity (e.g., Grand Canyon  ...  Conducting a real-life experiment by distributing a content sharing app among tourists in a visiting hotspot also remain a part of our future work.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jnca.2018.12.011 fatcat:xicztspdxbgjjkzk6jnysmcesy

Staging Urban Interactions with Media Façades [chapter]

Martin Brynskov, Peter Dalsgaard, Tobias Ebsen, Jonas Fritsch, Kim Halskov, Rune Nielsen
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Our research addresses in particular the open-ended but framed nature of interaction, which in conjunction with varying interpretations enables individual sense-making.  ...  Moreover, we contribute to the understanding of flexible social interaction by addressing urban interaction in relation to distributed attention, shared focus, dialogue and collective action.  ...  In these zones, camera tracking translated the visitors' presence and movements into digital silhouettes on the façade, and through the silhouettes, visitors could caress, push, lift and move the small  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03655-2_20 fatcat:g27fmjy52jg5jby25newkvgl5i

Dissemination, assessment and management of historic buildings by thematic virtual tours and 3D models

Mariella De Fino, Silvana Bruno, Fabio Fatiguso
2022 Virtual Archaeology Review  
In detail, a Web-GIS platform, developed within a previous research project, is integrated with direct links to three thematic virtual tours that provide added contents for inclusive dissemination (timeline  ...  workflow based on thematic virtual tours of 360° scenes, which integrate a variety of informative contents and digital products as external hotspots/switches.  ...  It refers to remote gathering and sharing among different stakeholders -technicians, authorities, operators-of data related to decay patterns and performance anomalies/defects of building components, in  ... 
doi:10.4995/var.2022.15426 fatcat:55eoigbggjeqbbdiy2p7rfimt4

Overtourism in Iceland: Fantasy or Reality?

Anna Dóra Sæþórsdóttir, C. Michael Hall, Margrét Wendt
2020 Sustainability  
A media analysis was conducted of 507 online media articles on overtourism in Iceland that were published in 2018, with the main themes being identified via content analysis.  ...  The results indicated that the media discourse represented only a partial picture of overtourism and the crowding phenomenon in Iceland, with mechanisms to respond to crowding, the satisfaction level of  ...  However, the loss due to overuse, which may be a financial loss, a reduction in personal satisfaction level, or a reduction in access, is shared among all users.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12187375 fatcat:enp7xdzqcjbpnlgwxnyzlpet7u

Sentiment Analysis-Enhancements and Applications

Aayush Gupta, School of Computer Science and Engineering, VIT Vellore, India., Anant Gandhi, Saarthak Agarwal, Shamin Chokshi, Saravanakumar K, School of Computer Science and Engineering, VIT Vellore, India., School of Computer Science and Engineering, VIT Vellore, India,, School of Computer Science and Engineering, VIT Vellore, India, School of Information Technology and Engineering, VIT Vellore, India
2021 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
Then again, a sentiment can be deciphered as a kind of measurement in the information in regards to a specific subject.  ...  This can be done by applying semantic analysis with a syntactic parser and supposition vocabulary.  ...  [26] Approach Visitor surveys are data hotspots for explorers to think about vacationer places.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.a1409.1110421 fatcat:7uxttogfzvarporgjwtlvjqciy

Models and Practices in Urban Data Science at Scale

Marco Balduini, Marco Brambilla, Emanuele Della Valle, Christian Marazzi, Tahereh Arabghalizi, Behnam Rahdari, Michele Vescovi
2018 Big Data Research  
and accounting for diverse business and city needs. • We are able to integrate diverse city-wide data sources, with different types of content, format, and time / space granularity. • We enable different  ...  In this paper, we propose a conceptual framework for putting at use this variety of Big Data sources, with a unified approach that applies spatial and temporal analysis over heterogeneous streams of data  ...  Acknowledgements We wish to acknowledge the contribution of all the stakeholders of the use cases discussed in the paper, in particular: Como municipality, EXPO 2015, Musei di Brescia, RSE -Ricerca Sistema  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bdr.2018.04.003 fatcat:ycqiykg6nzbgdczd3nxjgodlzi

A people-centric framework for mobile augmented reality systems (MARS) design: ArcHIVE 4Any

Manolya Kavakli
2015 Human-Centric Computing and Information Sciences  
The framework is composed of four layers that correspond to each row: Actors, Profiles, Metadata to be shared, and Scenario.  ...  Each actor initiates an action with respective entities Information, Media, Location and Time.  ...  We also would like to acknowledge the collaboration with Prof Burcu Ozguven, Dean of Faculty of Architecture, Trakya University, Edirne, Turkey to improve the contents regarding Ottoman Bonnets in Gallipoli  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13673-015-0055-9 fatcat:ezm2k4u64jbn3oa4p2ljaurgfi

Multi-View Interactive Visual Exploration of Individual Association for Public Transportation Passengers

Di Lv, Yong Zhang, Jiongbin Lin, Peiyuan Wan, Yongli Hu
2020 Applied Sciences  
More and more people in mega cities are choosing to travel by public transportation due to its convenience and punctuality.  ...  In order to quickly explore the association between passengers, we propose a multi-view interactive exploration method that provides five interactive views?  ...  Yin, et al. proposed an interactive visual analysis system to explore Twitter users' spatio-temporal movement patterns from multiple scales [24] . H.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app10020628 fatcat:k3sctbhqgbbalbkf5qobal7764

Graphic Design [chapter]

Linda L. Hill, Mehmet M. Dalkiliç, Brahim Medjahed, Mourad Ouzzani, Ahmed K. Elmagarmid, Joseph M. Hellerstein, Colin R. Reeves, Christopher B. Jones, Ross S. Purves, Michael F. Goodchild, Jayant Sharma, John Herring (+24 others)
2009 Encyclopedia of Database Systems  
Ragu.com is an early corporate website and a pioneer in projecting wit and charm, in offering substantive reasons to return regularly, and in creating among site visitors a sense of shared values and community  ...  Establish strong visual resemblances among these elements (similarities in size, color, shape, etc.). 3. Arrange these elements in a visually consistent pattern.  ...  Expand upon the analysis of the Ragu home page presented in this chapter. Be sure to visit the website so that your analysis can include interior pages. 9.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-39940-9_2715 fatcat:iininqxge5eepnfhu5gercmuzy

Doorway to Europe: migration and its impact on island tourism

Karl Agius
2021 Journal of Marine and Island Cultures  
Whereas Lampedusa, a small island in the central Mediterranean region, has an economy mainly based on tourism, its name remains associated with migration, which is believed to negatively impact the island's  ...  Lampedusa is today best known in relation to migration. The island has confronted one migration crisis after the other for the past three decades, resulting in extensive media coverage.  ...  The fact that the island is synonymous with 3S tourism among domestic tourists and is labelled as a migration hotspot in the media might explain why its natural resources, including the terrestrial and  ... 
doi:10.21463/jmic.2021.10.1.02 fatcat:67iaqegunfhztoylys3yxqrwuy

Mobile Networks and Internet of Things Infrastructures to Characterize Smart Human Mobility

Luís Rosa, Fábio Silva, Cesar Analide
2021 Smart Cities  
The evolution of Mobile Networks and Internet of Things (IoT) architectures allows one to rethink the way smart cities infrastructures are designed and managed, and solve a number of problems in terms  ...  Thus, they are facing many challenges and to cope with these challenges, different standards and projects have been proposed so far.  ...  Informed Consent Statement: Informed consent was obtained from all subjects involved in the study. Data Availability Statement: No new data were created or analyzed in this study.  ... 
doi:10.3390/smartcities4020046 fatcat:lndroanudzbe7hfm53mzy2jph4

Covert prejudice and discourses of otherness during the refugee crisis: Α case study of the Greek islands' press

Vasiliki-Ioanna Konstantopoulou, Orestis Didymiotis, Gerasimos Kouzelis
2022 Journal of Social and Political Psychology  
This study identifies the recurrent repertoires of covert prejudice in the regional press of three Greek islands (Lesvos, Chios, Samos) during the refugee crisis.  ...  Between 2015 and 2016, these islands were the first-line receiving communities for the many refugees and migrants who arrived in Europe through the Eastern Mediterranean route.  ...  psychology share significant epistemic assumptions about language's role in producing socio-cultural patterns of discrimination.  ... 
doi:10.5964/jspp.5633 fatcat:zqexuiywb5ddlje7gq6s2dhbaq

Universal Open Space Design to Inform Digital Technologies for a Disability-Inclusive Place-Making on the Example of Hungary

Gabriella Szaszák, Tibor Kecskés
2020 Smart Cities  
User needs and usage patterns, open space environmental components and types according to their tolerance towards physical modification, and relevant disability-related concepts linked to UOSD were hierarchized  ...  In conclusion, this paper demonstrates how the combination of the concepts of UOSD and the smart city support a more complex disability-inclusive experience in an interconnected physical, sociocultural  ...  With the help of smart devices, the web content developed for Liget will be virtually available everywhere in the Liget.  ... 
doi:10.3390/smartcities3040063 fatcat:f6l4ixo7xbakpcgwac63ho7xy4
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