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Digital Culture and E-Tourism: Technologies, Applications by Miltiadis Lytras

By Miltiadis Lytras

Within the electronic international of the information society, constructing the infrastructures required to supply electorate with entry to cultural content material and tourism providers calls for a multi-fold research of social, enterprise, and technological elements. electronic tradition and E-Tourism: applied sciences, functions and administration techniques offers built-in techniques to tradition and tourism, emphasizing content material, context and a number of dynamic perspectives of interactions. protecting purposes of such applied sciences as broadband networks, net 2.0, open resource software program and semantic wisdom portals, this article is a invaluable source for college students, researchers and participants to the cultivation of a local and international imaginative and prescient for the administration of cultural content material and tourism.

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1177/1078087403261256 Shu, M. (2001). Tourism Management Creativities. Business, 9, 68–69. 74 UNESCO. (2000) What do we understand by Culture industries? shtml Wynne, D. (1992). Cultural Industries. In The Culture Industry: the arts in urban regeneration (pp. 1–23). UK: Avebury. 75 Chapter 6 The Web of Data and the Tourism Industry Diego Berrueta Fundación CTIC, Spain Antonio Campos Fundación CTIC, Spain Emilio Rubiera Fundación CTIC, Spain Carlos Tejo Fundación CTIC, Spain José E. Labra Universidad de Oviedo, Spain ABSTRACT The web of data is a new evolutionary step of the web that involves the publication, interchange and consumption of meaningful, raw data by taking full benefit of the web architecture.

A number of triples are asserted to create a complete description of the resource: its name, its category, its location, etc. One particular piece of information is the relationship between the inn resource and the city where it is located. The simplest solution would be to say “the Grand ACME Hotel is located in a place called ‘New York’”. However, this would be a dead end: no further navigation would be possible due to the difficulties in relating “a place called ‘New York’” to any other information we 81 The Web of Data and the Tourism Industry may have about this location.

J. (1997). The cultural economy of cities. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, (21): 232–339. 73 A Study on Development Strategies of Tourism Cultural and Creative Industry Scott, A. J. (2004). Cultural-products industries and urban economic development: prospects for growth and market contestation in global context. Urban Affairs Review, 39(4), 461–490. 1177/1078087403261256 Shu, M. (2001). Tourism Management Creativities. Business, 9, 68–69. 74 UNESCO. (2000) What do we understand by Culture industries?

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