Spatial Cognition II [electronic resource] :Integrating Abstract Theories, Empirical Studies, Formal Methods, and Practical Applications /
Contributor(s): Freksa, Christian [editor.] | Habel, Christopher [editor.] | Brauer, Wilfried [editor.] | Wender, Karl F [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 1849Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2000.Description: XII, 424 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540454601.Subject(s): Computer science | Earth sciences | Artificial intelligence | Text processing (Computer science) | Computer graphics | Geographical information systems | Computer Science | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Geographical Information Systems/Cartography | Earth Sciences, general | Computer Graphics | Document Preparation and Text ProcessingOnline resources: Click here to access online
Maps and Diagrams -- Cognitive Zoom: From Object to Path and Back Again -- Monitoring Change: Characteristics of Dynamic Geo-spatial Phenomena for Visual Exploration -- The Use of Maps, Images and “Gestures” for Navigation -- Schematizing Maps: Simplification of Geographic Shape by Discrete Curve Evolution -- Schematic Maps as Wayfinding Aids -- Some Ways that Maps and Diagrams Communicate -- Spatial Communication with Maps: Defining the Correctness of Maps Using a Multi-Agent Simulation -- Schematic Maps for Robot Navigation -- Motion and Spatial Reference -- From Motion Observation to Qualitative Motion Representation -- Lexical Specifications of Paths -- Visual Processing and Representation of Spatio-temporal Patterns -- Orienting and Reorienting in Egocentric Mental Models -- Investigating Spatial Reference Systems through Distortions in Visual Memory -- Spatial Relations and Spatial Inference -- Towards Cognitive Adequacy of Topological Spatial Relations -- Interactive Layout Generation with a Diagrammatic Constraint Language -- Inference and Visualization of Spatial Relations -- A Topological Calculus for Cartographic Entities -- The Influence of Linear Shapes on Solving Interval-Based Configuration Problems -- Navigation in Real and Virtual Spaces -- Transfer of Spatial Knowledge from Virtual to Real Environments -- Coarse Qualitative Descriptions in Robot Navigation -- Oblique Angled Intersections and Barriers: Navigating through a Virtual Maze -- Modelling Navigational Knowledge by Route Graphs -- Using Realistic Virtual Environments in the Study of Spatial Encoding -- Navigating Overlapping Virtual Worlds: Arriving in One Place and Finding that You’re Somewhere Else -- Spatial Memory -- Influences of Context on Memory for Routes -- Preparing a Cup of Tea and Writing a Letter: Do Script-Based Actions Influence the Representation of a Real Environment? -- Action Related Determinants of Spatial Coding in Perception and Memory -- Investigation of Age and Sex Effects in Spatial Cognitions as Assessed in a Locomotor Maze and in a 2-D Computer Maze.