Proficient Keyword Attentive Travel Route Suggestion Framework

  • M.Swetha, Dr. Niranjan Polala, Dr. P. Shireesha


The problem of recommending tours to tourists represents a lively and widely studied neighborhood. Suggested responses cover many effective ways to advise points of interest and track planning. Don't forget the project to recommend a series of POIs that simultaneously use data about POIs and paths. Unlike most current tactics of tour recommendations, our method is not only dedicated to user travel interests, but can also advise a series of trips instead of separate points of interest (POIs). We intend finding travel studios to facilitate travel plans. When scheduling a trip, users constantly maintain unique preferences regarding their trips. POI information is used to study the classification of POIs for which funds were due in the beginning and the abandonment of flight points. In this document, we recommend a Proficient Keyword-aware Representative Travel route Recommendation framework (PKRTR) that uses knowledge extraction from historical customer mobility information and social interactions. Sincerely, we designed a keyword extraction unit o categorize tags related to POIs, for a strong match with your search keywords. Additionally, we have designed a set of course rebuilding rules to build course applicants who meet the requirements. To provide sufficient query results, we have detected representative skyline standards, i.e., Skyline paths whose quality describes the exchanges between a unique POI features. Experimental effects show that our approach is improving with respect to the most previous technology and it demonstrates that the combination of factors and methods and allows for better path suggestions.

Keywords: Travel Route Recommendation, Data mining, social media, multimedia, Location based Social Network.

How to Cite
M.Swetha, Dr. Niranjan Polala, Dr. P. Shireesha. (2020). Proficient Keyword Attentive Travel Route Suggestion Framework. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(06), 4085 - 4093. Retrieved from