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TMAP: Trip Recommendation System Accommodating the Mobile Tourist Preferences

Ferdi Sonmez () and Arif Mehmet Akay ()

International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Finance and Management Sciences, 2017, vol. 7, issue 4, 263-277

Abstract: Having or making a trip is a very important component of everyday life. With the new technology, the trip recommendation accommodating the mobile tourist preferences possible and has become a new research area. This type of trip recommendation means planning the most appropriate trip route between locations, based on users' preferences. The purpose of this study brings a new solution to trip recommending for travellers to or residents of a place. For this manner, we examined other mobile applications to expose shortcomings and open features and services to be developed. Tmap is a location based application which enables tourists or any local users with a facility to explore and get information about nearby must see places according to his/her personal point of interest. In the application, the main categories are listed as shopping, architecture/parks, museums, natural places, food/drink/fun and historical places. The places were gathered together in each category according to necessities or interests of the user. The optimized route and direction which the applications displays to the user through an interface which was designed in order to fulfill user’s requirements and demands in the best possible way.

Keywords: Trip recommendation; SQLite; Google Map API; Intellij IDEA; API Guides; Android OS (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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