does anyone know where to find touristic ontologies (ontologies, that define Activities, Destinations, Tourism_type or similar)

thanks in advance!

asked 15 Nov '10, 15:46

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thanks for your help!

(22 Nov '10, 09:09) Ruben Navarro Ruben%20Navarro's gravatar image

Travel Ontology could be the closest one to what you need. It represents flights, hotels, cars, travel services...etc. Hope this helps.

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answered 15 Nov '10, 17:02

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edited 16 Nov '10, 01:33

The links mentioned in this ESW page may help.

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answered 15 Nov '10, 17:23

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You may also want to check these two (non-free) thesauri :

They are not ontologies in the strict sense; we have been using them successfully for many tourism-related projects.

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answered 11 Dec '10, 15:08

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QALL-ME is a domain-specific ontology developed and applied for question answering in the domain of tourism. This ontology is encoded in OWL DL and covers several important aspects related to the tourism industry, including tourism destinations (i.e. cities and towns), tourism sites (i.e. accommodation, gastro, attraction, and infrastructure), tourism events (e.g. movie and show) and transportation.

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answered 25 Nov '14, 23:57

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