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Information and communication technologies in tourism 2019 : proceedings of the International Conference in Nicosia, Cyprus, January 30--February 1, 2019 / Juho Pesonen, Julia Neidhardt, editors.

By: International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism (2019 ; Nicosia, Cyprus).
Contributor(s): Pesonen, Juho [editor.] | Neidhardt, Julia [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783030059408; 3030059405.Subject(s): Tourism -- Data processing -- Congresses | Tourism -- Computer network resources -- Congresses | Hospitality industry -- Data processing -- Congresses | Hospitality industry -- Computer network resources -- Congresses | Information technology -- CongressesDDC classification: 338.4791 LOC classification: HD28-70G149-180HF54.Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Clustering Users' POIs Visit Trajectories for Next-POI Recommendation.- Characterisation of Traveller Types Using Check-in Data from Location-Based Social Networks.- Utilising Crowd Information of Tourist Spots in an Interactive Tour Recommender System.- Decision Making Based on Bimodal Rating Summary Statistics. -- An Eye-Tracking Study of Hotels.- Is the Sharing Economy for All? An Answer Based on Neighbourhoods, Types of Hosts, and User Complaints.- UK Residents' Opinions of Peer-to-Peer Accommodation Impact on Quality of Life.- An Analysis of Regional Developments of Airbnb in Switzerland: Insights into Growth Patterns of a P2P Platform - Destination Marketing - The Effects of Virtual Reality on Destination Image Formation - Comparing Tablet and Virtual Reality Glasses for Watching Nature Tourism Videos - "I Want to Go There Too!" Evaluating Social Media Inflluencer Marketing Effectiveness: A Case Study of Hokkaido's DMO - The Impact of Visual Social Media on the Projected Image of a Destination: The Case of Mexico City on Instagram - A Framework for Destination Image Analytics - Identification of Competing Destination Brand: The Case of Okinawa Island - Tourist Experience - Exploring a Travel Diary that Promotes Wellbeing – Synergy Between Oral and Visual Narratives of Memorable and Meaningful Experiences - Co-creating “Mindful” Holiday Resort Experience for Guests’ Digital Well-Being - Blended Tourism Experiencescape: A Conceptualisation of Live-Streaming Tourism - Service Robots and Service Automation - Insights into Advanced Dynamic Pricing Systems at Hotel Booking PlatformsUnderstanding Self-service Technology in Hotels in China: Technology Affordances and Constraints - Perceived Appropriateness and Intention to Use Service Robots in Tourism - What Should Robots Do? A Comparative Analysis of Industry Professionals, Educators and Tourists - Technology in Tourism Industry - Insights into Advanced Dynamic Pricing Systems at Hotel Booking Platforms - Privacy Protection in Tourism: Where We Are and Where We Should Be Heading For - An e-Tourism Adoption Model & Its Implications for Tourism Industry in Nepal - Trust in Tourism via Blockchain Technology: Results from a Systematic Review - Social Media - What’s Vs. How’s in Online Hotel Reviews: Comparing Information Value of Content and Writing Style with Machine Learning - An Exploratory Analysis of Travel-Related WeChat Mini Program Usage: Affordance Theory Perspective - Do Hotels Talk on Facebook About Themselves or About Their Destinations? - Sustainability and Responsibility - Perceived Impacts of Artificial Intelligence and Responses to Positive Behaviour Change Intervention - Towards a Measurement Scale for Digital Social Innovation: A Responsibility-Sustainability Framework - Double Gender Gap in Tourism High-Technology Organisations: Results and Corporate Actions - Citizen Engagement and Entrepreneurship: Implications for Sustainable Tourism Development - Smartphone Usage and Tourism Applications - Understanding Key Motivations for Using a Hotel Gamified Application - Antecedents and Outcomes of Smartphone Usage Among Indian Millennial Travellers - Digital Community - Motivations, Mobility and Work Practices; The Conceptual Realities of Digital Nomads - Influence of Offline Activities and Customer Value Creation on Online Travel Community Continuance Usage Intention - Author Index.
Summary: This book provides an extensive, up-to-date overview of the ways in which information and communication technologies (ICTs) can be used to develop tourism and hospitality. The coverage encompasses a wide variety of topics within the field, including virtual reality, sharing economy and peer-to-peer accommodation, social media use, hotel technology, big data, robotics, and recommendation systems, to name but a few. The content is based on the 2019 ENTER eTourism conference, organized in Nicosia, Cyprus by the International Federation for Information Technologies and Travel & Tourism (IFITT) - the leading independent global community for the discussion, exchange, and development of knowledge on the use and impact of new ICTs in the travel and tourism industry. The book offers a global perspective and rich source of information on important innovations and novel ideas. Though it will prove especially valuable for academics working in the eTourism field, it will also be of considerable interest to practitioners and students.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Clustering Users' POIs Visit Trajectories for Next-POI Recommendation.- Characterisation of Traveller Types Using Check-in Data from Location-Based Social Networks.- Utilising Crowd Information of Tourist Spots in an Interactive Tour Recommender System.- Decision Making Based on Bimodal Rating Summary Statistics. -- An Eye-Tracking Study of Hotels.- Is the Sharing Economy for All? An Answer Based on Neighbourhoods, Types of Hosts, and User Complaints.- UK Residents' Opinions of Peer-to-Peer Accommodation Impact on Quality of Life.- An Analysis of Regional Developments of Airbnb in Switzerland: Insights into Growth Patterns of a P2P Platform - Destination Marketing - The Effects of Virtual Reality on Destination Image Formation - Comparing Tablet and Virtual Reality Glasses for Watching Nature Tourism Videos - "I Want to Go There Too!" Evaluating Social Media Inflluencer Marketing Effectiveness: A Case Study of Hokkaido's DMO - The Impact of Visual Social Media on the Projected Image of a Destination: The Case of Mexico City on Instagram - A Framework for Destination Image Analytics - Identification of Competing Destination Brand: The Case of Okinawa Island - Tourist Experience - Exploring a Travel Diary that Promotes Wellbeing – Synergy Between Oral and Visual Narratives of Memorable and Meaningful Experiences - Co-creating “Mindful” Holiday Resort Experience for Guests’ Digital Well-Being - Blended Tourism Experiencescape: A Conceptualisation of Live-Streaming Tourism - Service Robots and Service Automation - Insights into Advanced Dynamic Pricing Systems at Hotel Booking PlatformsUnderstanding Self-service Technology in Hotels in China: Technology Affordances and Constraints - Perceived Appropriateness and Intention to Use Service Robots in Tourism - What Should Robots Do? A Comparative Analysis of Industry Professionals, Educators and Tourists - Technology in Tourism Industry - Insights into Advanced Dynamic Pricing Systems at Hotel Booking Platforms - Privacy Protection in Tourism: Where We Are and Where We Should Be Heading For - An e-Tourism Adoption Model & Its Implications for Tourism Industry in Nepal - Trust in Tourism via Blockchain Technology: Results from a Systematic Review - Social Media - What’s Vs. How’s in Online Hotel Reviews: Comparing Information Value of Content and Writing Style with Machine Learning - An Exploratory Analysis of Travel-Related WeChat Mini Program Usage: Affordance Theory Perspective - Do Hotels Talk on Facebook About Themselves or About Their Destinations? - Sustainability and Responsibility - Perceived Impacts of Artificial Intelligence and Responses to Positive Behaviour Change Intervention - Towards a Measurement Scale for Digital Social Innovation: A Responsibility-Sustainability Framework - Double Gender Gap in Tourism High-Technology Organisations: Results and Corporate Actions - Citizen Engagement and Entrepreneurship: Implications for Sustainable Tourism Development - Smartphone Usage and Tourism Applications - Understanding Key Motivations for Using a Hotel Gamified Application - Antecedents and Outcomes of Smartphone Usage Among Indian Millennial Travellers - Digital Community - Motivations, Mobility and Work Practices; The Conceptual Realities of Digital Nomads - Influence of Offline Activities and Customer Value Creation on Online Travel Community Continuance Usage Intention - Author Index.

This book provides an extensive, up-to-date overview of the ways in which information and communication technologies (ICTs) can be used to develop tourism and hospitality. The coverage encompasses a wide variety of topics within the field, including virtual reality, sharing economy and peer-to-peer accommodation, social media use, hotel technology, big data, robotics, and recommendation systems, to name but a few. The content is based on the 2019 ENTER eTourism conference, organized in Nicosia, Cyprus by the International Federation for Information Technologies and Travel & Tourism (IFITT) - the leading independent global community for the discussion, exchange, and development of knowledge on the use and impact of new ICTs in the travel and tourism industry. The book offers a global perspective and rich source of information on important innovations and novel ideas. Though it will prove especially valuable for academics working in the eTourism field, it will also be of considerable interest to practitioners and students.

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