Intelligent System Development for Natural Tourism Planning in Ubon Ratchathani Province

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สรายุทธ พรเจริญ อัยรดา พรเจริญ


     This research aims 1) to develop an intelligent system for the natural tourism planning in Ubon Ratchathani and 2) to evaluate this intelligent system. Population is 1,500 students. Sample is 384 students or more based on Roscoe’s method. Tools used for this research are AppServ 2.5 and questionnaires for evaluating satisfaction. Statistics are mean and standard deviation. Results are found that this system consists of 3 parts; 1) the input part functions tourism condition input such as a number of tourism plans, districts of source and destination, attractions, and service points on route, 2) the process part functions matching of data in a database with conditions, and 3) the output part functions display of all tourism plan details. We evaluate system with 2 aspects; the first aspect, evaluation of system use capability by 5 experts, and the second aspect, satisfaction evaluation of 400 users. Evaluation results for the first aspect are found that 1) system effectiveness is at a high level, 2) system performance is at a good level, and 3) system flexibility is at a good level. Evaluation results for the second aspect are found that 1) this system clearly defines objectives to help a variety of tourism planning with requirements, 2) users can also use this system by themselves very well, and 3) system components such as images and touch-screen buttons are suitable and easy to use.


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พรเจริญส., & พรเจริญอ. (2019). Intelligent System Development for Natural Tourism Planning in Ubon Ratchathani Province. Journal of Industrial Technology Ubon Ratchathani Rajabhat University, 9(2), 37-48. Retrieved from
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