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DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SCIENCE AND

ENGINEERING PROJECT WORK PHASE I


Project review 2 status report

Batch No: B15 Date:30/10/2018

Title of the Project: Itinerary

Team Members:

USN Name
1MV15IS033 Prashant Hegde
1MV15IS053 Subramanya GRJ
1MV15IS056 Swroop R

Name Signature
Guide Suguna M

Reviewer 1

Reviewer 2
CONTENTS

Abstract
Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: System Requirements

Chapter 3: Problem Definition

Chapter 4: Plan of Action

Chapter 5: Status of Project

SIGNATURE OF CO ORDINATOR

SIGNATURE OF HOD
System Requirements:

Software Requirements:
➢ Android 4.0 and above

➢ IDE: Android studio

➢ Libraries and API: Google weather API ,Google Maps API

➢ Programming Languages: Java

Hardware Requirements:
➢ Snapdragon or any compatible android processor

➢ Minimum 4.5 inches of screen size

➢ Minimum 1 GB of RAM

➢ Minimum 10MB of free storage


Problem Definition:

Detailed touristic information and fine route recommendations for travellers can easily be

accessed on the internet for popular touristic cities. Mobile applications also exist in app stores,

especially, The TripAdvisor mobile applications specified for popular cities. However less

popular places don’t have such detailed guides. In order to fill this gap a mobile application

has been developed in this study which can be customized for individual user experiences.

The data to be processed in the application has been collected from google API’s. The data

contain information about worth visiting places, high resolution photographs, short videos,

GPS coordinates and average time duration required to visit a place. Points of interests are

taken between the two places and all the above mentioned details have been given.

Tour Planning Problem (TPP) is divided into two branches. The first is a one trip design

problem, where the aim is to find a route from A to B that provides the most satisfaction to the

tourist, considering his limitations in time and budget. The second type of this problem is the

multiple trip version, where the tourist has more than one trip to visit a number of places. We

are only considering the one trip approach, since we want to implement context awareness into

our problem

To solve this problem, we define a system that schedules a trip for the user with four key

features: • The trip must reflect the user’s preferences. • The suggested trip does not only

consider the user’s preferences but also the place’s popularity among tourists. • It gives the

user the most satisfaction (enjoyment) within a time limit T.


Plan of action:

Tour Planning Problem (TPP) is divided into two branches. The first is a one trip design

problem, where the aim is to find a route from A to B that provides the most satisfaction to the

tourist, considering his limitations in time and budget. The second type of this problem is the

multiple trip version, where the tourist has more than one trip to visit a number of places. We

are only considering the one trip approach, since we want to implement context awareness into

our problem.

We are also trying to apply some algorithms like travelling sales person algorithm to shorten

the distance between the start place and end place while covering all point of interest. We are

also trying to give the weather information on all those points of interests. We are also

comparing all the stay options in various websites and giving them best possible stay option.
Status of project: