New SW Case Study: help tourists in Zaragoza

A group of experts from the municipality of Zaragoza and the CTIC foundation published a new Semantic Web Use Case, as part of the SW Case Study and Use Case collection. It describes an eTourism application: users can personalize their city tour using a specialized service (called “CRUZAR”) that integrates relevant databases (with RDF and specialized Ontologies), and that translates the users’ wishes and profiles in a set of rules on those data. A matching algorithm is then run to produce a personalized itinerary.

About Ivan Herman

Ivan Herman is the leader of the Digital Publishing Activity at W3C. For more details, see

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