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Mining Big Data for Tourist Hot Spots: Geographical Patterns of Online Footprints [chapter]

Luis Encalada, Carlos C. Ferreira, Inês Boavida-Portugal, Jorge Rocha
2019 Key Challenges in Geography  
Understanding the complex, and often unequal, spatiality of tourist demand in urban contexts requires other methodologies, among which the information base available online and in social networks has gained  ...  The capacity to collect and analise massive amounts of data on individual and group behaviour is leading to new data-rich research approaches.  ...  automated scheme (i.e., a recursive algorithm) that controls the iterative process.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-04750-4_6 fatcat:x2ramconyvfh3oghvs4yshgr4m

General framework for replicable and harmonised guidance [chapter]

2014 Eurostat-OECD Methodological Guide for Developing Producer Price Indices for Services  
It is generally assumed in economic analysis that whenever a difference in price is found between two goods and services that appear to be physically identical there must be some other factor, such as  ...  Otherwise, it can be argued that the difference could not persist, as rational purchasers would always buy lower priced items and no sales would take place at higher prices.  ...  of the SPPI Guide.  ... 
doi:10.1787/9789264220676-7-en fatcat:dcioxff2jbcp5lqifoacvntqyi

Legal and Regulatory Data Sharing Gap Analysis

2022 Zenodo  
to be addressed for the smooth operation of transport/mobility data spaces.  ...  This deliverable compiles the current EU legal and regulatory frameworks for data sharing and re-use in the transport sector (covering all transport modes) and identifies potential legal gaps that need  ...  This legal gap is often bridged through contractual arrangements imposed by the party which has physical control over the data.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6811211 fatcat:fbbzzagm7rebjcfhcvjog4tmce

5g-routes: D1.7 Testing framework for the technological and business validation and benchmarking of the results [article]

Johan Scholliers
2022 Zenodo  
Testing of CCAM automated driving use cases puts specific requirements to the testing environment. The lo [...]  ...  The scope of this deliverable is to define the methodology and the toolset for both the technological performance and business validation of the use cases.  ...  The raw data will be treated in vicinity of the road entities, i.e. in the MEC, to be quickly processed and the risk analysis will be shared with vehicles.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6345841 fatcat:qed2ep3dpbarpeuxutvitm6234

"Mobile Holistic Enterprise Transformation Framework"

Mohammed M. Alqahtani, Anthony S. Atkins, Clare Stanier
2015 Procedia Computer Science  
Reasons for this include the lack of vision, and the lack of a clearly defined, well communicated mobile strategy.  ...  ii Abstract Mobile phones and tablets shipments are surpassing those of the PC category, as well as in relation to Internet usage as of 2016; all details which have made mobile adoption a priority for  ...  It deepened the relationship with tourists, allowing them to reach information right where and when they need it and enabling them to make decisions on their itinerary on the sport.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.07.232 fatcat:xq2h2zh72vc3ddnadb3f7jlrxi

Generalisation in Practice Within National Mapping Agencies [chapter]

Cécile Duchêne, Blanca Baella, Cynthia A. Brewer, Dirk Burghardt, Barbara P. Buttenfield, Julien Gaffuri, Dominik Käuferle, François Lecordix, Emmanuel Maugeais, Ron Nijhuis, Maria Pla, Marc Post (+7 others)
2014 Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography  
National Mapping Agencies (NMAs) are still among the main end users of research into automated generalisation, which is transferred into their production lines via various means.  ...  A contribution by the European Joint Research Center reports on the use of multiple representation and generalisation in the context of the implementation of the European INSPIRE directive.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank all participants of the NMAs symposium ''Designing MRDB and multi-scale DCMs: sharing experience between government mapping agencies'' held in Barcelona  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-00203-3_11 fatcat:3yw2mb5thzelzih64dbfnoojse

Status report on the search for and prospects for the search for

Stephen Adler
1998 Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements  
The second note refers the long-standing difficulties in performing multimedia search on how to bridge the "semantic gap" between high and low level descriptions of multimedia content.  ...  Overall, there seems to be a gap between the diffusion (possible usage) and the adoption ( Figure 2 ).  ...  The main questions to be raised during the workshop therefore were: how are going to evolve mobile search technologies and markets?, which are the perspectives and interests of potential users?  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0920-5632(98)00086-3 fatcat:b5ndrv7egrgpjdv75lvgjxygi4

Urban Corridors as Common Pool Resources: the Case of Nova Gorica and Rijeka

Marco Acri, Saša Dobričić, Maja Debevec
2021 Zenodo  
Cities have to turn from infinite consumption and waste spaces to incubators of innovative narratives able to re-balance the coexistence between human beings and nature.  ...  The concerns for climate change and the increase of urban population made cities fundamental in finding solutions for a more sustainable dwelling to increase resilience and quality of life.  ...  Interdisciplinarity evolved as a way of "bridging gaps between disciplines" (Klein, 1990) , working towards the unity of knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5592101 fatcat:a6ywxtrbp5esjeeap7bqfb4r5i

Future of cultural tourism for urban and regional destinations

Licia Calvi, Simone Moretti
2020 Zenodo  
Any speculation about the future of cultural tourism, any attempt to outline hypotheses about the evolution of cultural tourism destinations, is confronted with the speed and the complexity of changes  ...  To survive in such environment, cultural tourism destinations and cultural tourism operators have to better develop their abilities to deal with disruptive changes and unexpected situations and become  ...  experience (for instance, when tourists use their mobile device on the move).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5270225 fatcat:agaexmhvonhk7gu5mfokkranr4

Convivial Ambient Technologies: Requirements, Ontology and Design

P. Caire, L. van der Torre
2009 Computer journal  
In this paper we discuss the use of the social concept 'conviviality' for computer science in general, and for the development of ambient technologies in particular.  ...  Conviviality highlights an important challenge that we illustrate with examples that emphasize ethical issues, such as privacy threats, surveillance of users and identity theft.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We thank the reviewers of this journal for useful suggestions. FUNDING We thank the City of Luxembourg for their financial support.  ... 
doi:10.1093/comjnl/bxp012 fatcat:6l5hpodeqfbrtmgoqx4ssxwamq

International Business Research, Vol.1, No.4, October 2008

Editor IBR
2009 International Business Research  
The earlier version of this refereed paper was accepted (on 3-3-2008) for presentation at the 5th International Conference on Service Systems and Service Management (ICSSSM'08), 2008, Melbourne, Australia  ...  Acknowledgements Our special thanks to the valuable contribution, Dr Jeffrey Keddie, Department of Management, Monash University made to the preparation of this paper.  ...  According to a survey from OPA [7] , 50% of mobile users in developed countries use their mobile device the same brand as their computer.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ibr.v1n4p0 fatcat:jjjrpvua6neq7fvcsmfikrvwfy

Road Signs [article]

Salmiah Binti Abdul Hamid
2016 Ph.d.-serien for Det Teknisk-Naturvidenskabelige Fakultet, Aalborg Universitet  
She is currently completing her PhD dissertation on the intersections between geosemiotics and mobility practices towards the study of road signs.  ...  In the future, her aims are to integrate the mobility research into the graphic design field and improve the Malaysian city design planning and development.  ...  United States of America  ... 
doi:10.5278/ fatcat:qjdwz2pqgnhrph56k7qzhg4clm

Compilation of 51 case study profiles; overviews and in-depth investigations

Kristin Tovaas, Saydrina Govender, Ralf Brand, Michele Masnata, Christian Melchiorre, Andrea Lorenzini, Lidia Sala, Sarah Brooke, Caitlin Cottrill, Steve Wright, Ruud Van der Ploeg, Thomas Geier (+1 others)
2019 Zenodo  
and social innovations in public transport that have led to improved accessibility, inclusive mobility and equity in the prioritised areas by responding better to their specific needs and demographics  ...  These have been conducted through thorough desk research, and in some cases interviews and email correspondences with the people associated with the cases  ...  The conversations took place primarily through the board's user council of the Department of Special Transport Services, where delegates of different user organizations were represented.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5747631 fatcat:36wyodvrmvewbiqrkgi3e2nkrm

Enhancing grammatical structures in web-based texts [chapter]

Leonardo Zilio, Rodrigo Wilkens, Cédrick Fairon
2017 CALL in a climate of change: adapting to turbulent global conditions – short papers from EUROCALL 2017  
Acknowledgements I would like to thank the principal of the Arabic School in Southampton, UK and the students for helping with this study.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Dr Zöe Handely for her feedback and the students for their participation.  ...  Secondly, the task must give automated corrective feedback that can help learners to notice gaps between their speech and the target language.  ... 
doi:10.14705/rpnet.2017.eurocall2017.738 fatcat:oofyj56lfbhqjgnsinoj2rkxui

Approaches by hotels to the use of the Internet as a relationship marketing tool

David C. Gilbert, Jan Powell‐Perry, Sianandar Widijoso
1999 Journal of Marketing Practice: Applied Marketing Science  
Hotels need a framework which can bridge the gap between simply connecting to the Web and harnessing its power for competitive advantage.  ...  The authors believe that a successful Web presence depends upon more than just the technology used and the "look and feel" of the site.  ...  This means that customised Approaches by hotels to the use of the Internet 23 brochures, itineraries and guides could be produced at the touch of a key.  ... 
doi:10.1108/eum0000000004549 fatcat:haghglncszc2vfe63nis7y2cwu
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