Crowdsourced Social Data for Recommending Tourist Itineraries
- Crowdsourced data
The data obtained by a crowdsourcing process, that is, by contributions (spontaneous or solicited) from a large group of people, especially an online community
- Generalized Maximum Coverage Problem (GMCP)
is an extension of the classical Budgeted Maximum Coverage Problem. Given a cost budget B and a set of nondisjoint sets of items in E, where each item ei ∈ E is associated with a cost ci and a weight wi, the GMCP asks for selecting a subset of these sets such that the total weight of the items in the union of the chosen sets is maximized and the total cost of these items is lower than B
- Itinerary (or sightseeing tour or simply tour)
is a detailed plan for a tourist journey, listing the PoIs to visit in a temporal sequence, possibly scheduled in the tourist agenda
- Orienteering Problem (OP)
given a set of vertices V, where si is the score assigned to each vertex vi ∈ V, and tijis the time needed to...
This work has been partially supported by SoBigData (GA. 654024) and BASMATI (GA. 723131) H2020 European projects.
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