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Towards a Better Understanding of Museum Visitors' Behavior through Indoor Trajectory Analysis

Alexandros Kontarinis
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Anne Krebs
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Abstract

Nowadays, electronic museum guides have evolved to a point that can act as navigational and informational devices in the museum context; thus they also enable the collection of large volumes of spatiotemporal visitor movement data, from which individual visitor trajectories can be extracted and analyzed. These trajectories have individual characteristics expressed through unique semantics in each museum context (based on the museum, its exhibits and its visitors) and they are restricted in an indoor environment that provides additional constraints. This work presents the benefits, the challenges, and a direction for studying museum visitor movements through context-aware indoor trajectory modeling, mining and analysis.
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hal-01700609 , version 1 (05-02-2018)

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Alexandros Kontarinis, Claudia Marinica, Dan Vodislav, Karine Zeitouni, Anne Krebs, et al.. Towards a Better Understanding of Museum Visitors' Behavior through Indoor Trajectory Analysis. Seventh International Conference on Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage (DiPP2017), Sep 2017, Burgas, Bulgaria. pp.19-30. ⟨hal-01700609⟩
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