Publications in Scientific Journals:
T. Eiter, T. Krennwallner, M. Prandtstetter, C. Rudloff, P. Schneider, M. Straub:
"Semantically Enriched Multi-Modal Routing";
International Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems Research,
We present an innovative extension to routing: intention-oriented routing which is a direct result of combining classical routing-services with Semantic Web technologies. Thereby, the intention of a user can be easily incorporated into route planning. We highlight two use cases where this hybridization is of great significance: neighborhood routing, where a neighborhood can be explored (e.g. searching for events around your place) and via routing, where errands should be run along a route (e.g. buying the ingredients for dinner on your way home). We outline the combination of different methods to achieve these services, and demonstrate the emerging framework on two case studies, with a prototype extending in-use routing services.
Multi-modal routing, Ontology-based data access, Semantic web technologies
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Project Head Thomas Eiter:
Mein persönliches intelligentes Mobilitätsservice
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