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    Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2007

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    There has been great interest in applying Semantic Web technologies to the tourism sector ever since Tim Berners-Lee introduced his vision. Unfortunately, there is a major obstacle in realizing such applications: tourist (or other) information on the Web has to be semantically annotated, and this happens to be a very time- and resource-consuming process. In this work we present the application of a lightweight automated approach for the annotation of accommodation advertisements. The annotation tool, called Cerno, allows for annotation of text according to a predefined conceptual schema. Resulting annotations are stored in a database, allowing users to quickly find the best match to personal requirements. To evaluate our framework, we have conducted a series of experiments that support the efficacy of our proposal with respect to annotation quality and fulfilment of user information needs.

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    Title : Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2007
    Author(s) : Nadzeya Kiyavitskaya, Nicola Zeni, Luisa Mich, James R Cordy, John Mylopoulos
    Abstract : There has been great interest in applying Semantic Web technologies to the tourism sector ever since Tim Berners-Lee introduced his vision. Unfortunately, there is a major obstacle in realizing such applications: tourist (or other) information on the Web has to be semantically annotated, and this happens to be a very time- and resource-consuming process. In this work we present the application of a lightweight automated approach for the annotation of accommodation advertisements. The annotation tool, called Cerno, allows for annotation of text according to a predefined conceptual schema. Resulting annotations are stored in a database, allowing users to quickly find the best match to personal requirements. To evaluate our framework, we have conducted a series of experiments that support the efficacy of our proposal with respect to annotation quality and fulfilment of user information needs.
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    Area : Other
    Year : 2007

    Affiliations University of Trento
    Editors : Marianna Sigala, Luisa Mich, Jamie Murphy
    Journal : Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2007
    Publisher : Springer Vienna
    City : Vienna
    Pages : 389-400
    Url : http://www.springerlink.com/index/10.1007/978-3-211-69566-1
    Isbn : 978-3-211-69564-7
    Doi : 10.1007/978-3-211-69566-1

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