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PLANNING A TOURISM INFORMATION SYSTEM BY CPM-PERT METHOD AND SAMPLING FOR MUNICIPALITIES

AUTHOR/S: Ö. ESEN, I. B. GÜNDOĞDU, O. S. KIRTILOĞLU
Sunday 1 August 2010 by Libadmin2007

7th International Scientific Conference - SGEM2007, www.sgem.org, SGEM2007 Conference Proceedings/ ISBN: 954-918181-2, June 11-15, 2007

ABSTRACT

Tourism Information System (TIS) is one of the application field of Geographic
Information System that has been formed for tourism. The aim of this system is
to manage the regions relevant to tourism, make decisions about future works,
and provide accordance with Urban Information System (UIS) about this region
at the following stages.
The CPM (Critical Path Management) chart is similar to the PERT chart but
includes an explicit indication of the “critical path” that sequence of tasks that
defines the minimum amount of time for the project.
In this study, activities has been represented by CPM-PERT method at the stage of
setting TIS dependent on UIS constituted by local municipality in a touristic region
that’s population is less than 100 000. During the study the following operation
steps such making decision, personal employment, research, constitution of
automation, getting software, course, making protocol with other foundations,
technical operations (map, Collecting etc.), importing datas, data grouping, data
layer, data layer correlation, data updating, control, data layer update, associated
data layer correlation, has been followed. Evolves of touristic regions with natural
and historical features can observe orderly by Tourism Information System and
thus destructive effects would be obstructed and planning processes belong to
the region could be done better. Also it can be used for providing information
for tourists about the region.

Keywords: (GIS) Geographic Information System, (TIS) Tourism Information
System, (CPM) (Critical Path Management), (UIS) Urban Information System.

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