Design and Implementation of Intelligent Tourism Management System Based on Fuzzy Cluster Analysis

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Zhenhua Mei


This paper presents the design and implementation of an Intelligent Tourism Management System (ITMS) utilizing Fuzzy Cluster Analysis (FCA) as its core methodology. In contemporary tourism management, the need for intelligent systems to handle the complexity of data and provide personalized experiences is increasingly recognized. FCA, a technique rooted in fuzzy logic and clustering algorithms, offers a robust framework for organizing and analyzing tourism-related data, accommodating the inherent uncertainty and vagueness in tourist preferences and behaviour. The proposed ITMS integrates various components such as data collection, processing, analysis, and user interaction to offer a comprehensive solution for tourism management. Leveraging FCA, the system categorizes tourists into meaningful clusters based on their preferences, behaviours, and other relevant factors. These clusters enable personalized recommendations, itinerary planning, and targeted marketing strategies tailored to the unique characteristics of each tourist segment. Key features of the ITMS include a user-friendly interface for tourists to input preferences and access personalized recommendations, an administrative dashboard for tourism operators to manage resources and track performance, and an analytics module for continuous refinement of the system through feedback loops. To demonstrate the efficacy of the ITMS, a prototype was developed and tested using real-world tourism data. The results indicate significant improvements in tourist satisfaction, resource utilization, and overall efficiency compared to traditional tourism management approaches. Additionally, the adaptability of the system allows for scalability and customization to accommodate diverse tourism domains and evolving market dynamics.

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