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Through an empirical study among travellers from Russia and the other Former Soviet Union (FSU) Republics, this paper provides a comprehensive view of role and impact of social media on the whole travel planning process: before, during and after the trip, providing insights on usage levels, scope...

Author(s)
Fotis, J.; Buhalis, D.; Rossides, N.
Publisher
Springer-Verlag Wien, A-1201 Wien, Austria
Citation
Information and communication technologies in tourism 2012, Helsingborg, Sweden, January 25-27, 2012, 2012, pp 24
Abstract

Recommender Systems (RS) have shown to be a valuable means to support the traveller or tourist in his pre-trip information search and decision making processes. These systems often rely on rating information provided by the user community to make recommendations for individual users. In classical...

Author(s)
Jannach, D.; Gedikli, F.; Karakaya, Z.; Juwig, O.
Publisher
Springer-Verlag Wien, A-1201 Wien, Austria
Citation
Information and communication technologies in tourism 2012, Helsingborg, Sweden, January 25-27, 2012, 2012, pp 331
Abstract

This article develops a typology of tourists based on the self-reported importance of Internet access before, during and after their trip (n=515 Danish travellers using online travel services). Survey results suggest the prevalence of five distinct tourist segments: Offliners (marginal Internet...

Author(s)
Hjalager, A. M.; Jensen, J. M.
Publisher
Springer-Verlag Wien, A-1201 Wien, Austria
Citation
Information and communication technologies in tourism 2012, Helsingborg, Sweden, January 25-27, 2012, 2012, pp 107
Abstract

Accurate forecasting of tourism demand is of utmost relevance for the success of tourism businesses. This paper presents a novel approach that extends autoregressive forecasting models by considering travellers' web search behaviour as additional input for predicting tourist arrivals. More...

Author(s)
Höpken, W.; Eberle, T.; Fuchs, M.; Lexhagen, M.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Information Technology and Tourism, 2019, 21, 1, pp 45-62