Graphical probability model and heritage tourism routine design

Ma, F, Ma, S and Liu, Q (2020) 'Graphical probability model and heritage tourism routine design.' In: 2020 IEEE 20th International Conference on Software Quality, Reliability and Security Companion (QRS-C). IEEE, pp. 535-541. ISBN 9781728189154

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Currently, tourism and heritage research areas are connected with computer science methods and techniques for detecting potential knowledge combinations to improve operating efficiency. In the heritage development process, how to design and provide a valuable and novel routine for visitors is quite essential. This research aims at detecting a method for heritage tourism routine design by using a graphical probability model and graphical database theory. Graphical probability is applied to achieved nodes and vertexes' definition of weights. The graphical database is used for connecting nodes with vertexes and establishing models for target heritage area (potential tourism area). Probability calculation is applied to calculate the weights of each connection. Eventually, the graphical probability model can be used to apply the most valuable routines for users to select when visitors arrive in this unfamiliar tourism area. Creative computing methods are used to achieve knowledge combinations and interdisciplinary methods integration, which are the cardinal parts for applying the graphical model in the heritage area.

Item Type: Book Chapter or Section
Keywords: graphical probability model, graphic database, cultural heritage, creative computing, knowledge combination, KEF
Divisions: Bath School of Design
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Date Deposited: 27 Feb 2024 12:06
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