Information and Communications Technologies in Tourism Proceedings of the International Conference in Innsbruck, Austria, 1994 by Austria) Enter 9 (1994 Innsbruck

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ContributionsWalter Schertler (Editor), Beat Schmid (Editor), A. M. Tjoa (Editor), Hannes Werthner (Editor)
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Number of Pages286
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