Course Assistants. Learning Outcomes of The Course Unit. Knows modeling and forecasting techniques in tourism business and applies them. Mode of Delivery. Prerequisities and Co-requisities Courses. Recommended Optional Programme Components. Course Contents. The importance of tourism demand forecasting and modeling.
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Modeling and Forecasting Techniques Qualitative Estimation Methods Quantitative numerical estimation techniques Time series methods Causal regression-based estimation techniques Demand forecasting practices in the tourism sector Tourism demand estimates, methods of artificial intelligence.
Languages of Instruction. Course Goals. Demand Forecasting Methods to gain competence in the use of enterprises operating in the tourism industry. Course Aims. Tourism development based on scientific basis, estimating methods, a feature that makes it easier to make decisions of those in the case of the manager.
This course aims to gain competence on modeling and forecasting for students the needs of the tourism sector. Work placement is not necessary. Recommended or Required Reading Textbook.
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Additional Resources. Additional Material. Course Duration Excluding Exam Week. Lab Study. Field Study. Workload Hour Field study. The ratio of the term to success. The ratio of final to success. Weekly Detailed Course Content Week. Businesses in the tourism sector and their general characteristics. The importance of demand forecasting in planning process of tourism enterprises. Qualitative forecasting methods and their practices of tourism enterprises: Scenario Writing and Delphi Methods.
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