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Design and Implementation of Semantic Search for POI Utilizing Collective Intelligence
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Design and Implementation of Semantic Search for POI Utilizing Collective Intelligence
Lee, Jaeeun; Son, Hwamin; Yang, Jonghyeon; Yu, Kiyun;
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 Abstract
Semantic search recently been used in the search field. POI is one of the most essential information that make up the geographic information, and many of the geographic information system has POI search function as a basic. In this study, we propose POI semantic search using collective intelligence. For this, we designed and implemented service that constructs empirical information from tag and image, and provides an intuitive spatial navigation experience. For POI search, collective intelligence platform that many users can participate to collect variety information was designed and implemented.
 Keywords
POI;Collective Intelligence;Semantic;Ontology;System Design;
 Language
Korean
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