A Recommendation System Regarding Meeting Places for Groups during Events
AbstractThe present study aimed to design, develop, operate, and evaluate a recommendation system for meeting places targeting groups of two or more people during events. The system was designed and developed by integrating an accessibility database, as well as a recommendation system, and linking with Google Maps and social networking services (SNSs, Twitter and LINE). Additionally, the system was operated for 5 weeks with people mainly in the Tokyo metropolitan area, with Japan as the target, and the total number of users was 59. Based on the results of the web questionnaire survey, it was made evident that the system is useful for groups when meeting up, and the entry function for the nearest station to one’s home, as well as the recommendation function for meet-up stations, which was the original functions of the system, received generally good reviews. From the results of access analysis of the users’ log data, it was made evident that the system was used regardless of the type of device, just as the system was designed for, and that the system was used in harmony with the aim of the present study, which is to recommend meet-up stations for groups. View Full-Text
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Asukai, S.; Yamamoto, K. A Recommendation System Regarding Meeting Places for Groups during Events. ISPRS Int. J. Geo-Inf. 2018, 7, 296.
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Asukai, Shota; Yamamoto, Kayoko. 2018. "A Recommendation System Regarding Meeting Places for Groups during Events." ISPRS Int. J. Geo-Inf. 7, no. 8: 296.
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