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Urban granularities—a data structure for cognitively ergonomic route directions

Alexander Klippel, Stefan Hansen, Kai-Florian Richter, Stephan Winter
2008 Geoinformatica  
This paper addresses a data structure specification for route directions that incorporates essential aspects of cognitive information processing.  ...  The framework is based on established principles used-from a cognitive perspectivefor changing the granularity in route directions.  ...  OpenLS is a trademark of the Open Geospatial Consortium.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10707-008-0051-6 fatcat:ybax3kyqbrbuvkhap34dw2zwfa

Pragmatic Construction of Destination Descriptions for Urban Environments

Martin Tomko, Stephan Winter
2009 Spatial Cognition and Computation  
The same structure can be found in some route directions. Consider, for example, a passenger instructing a taxi driver in the city of Hannover, Germany: "To Luisenstrasse, please." "? ?  ...  This model generates route directions for people with some knowledge of the environment.  ...  Experiential Urban Data Structures for Destination Descriptions.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13875860802427775 fatcat:phkkxejngbh6petvn63kzrnirm

Experiential hierarchies of streets

Martin Tomko, Stephan Winter, Christophe Claramunt
2008 Computers, Environment and Urban Systems  
The more prominent a street is, the more likely it is to be known by the wayfinder receiving the directions.  ...  The measure is derived from network connectivity measures, and takes into account the structure of the street network as well as the higher-order partition of the urban space into suburbs.  ...  Such hierarchies are therefore not necessarily suitable for cognitively ergonomic provision of route directions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2007.03.003 fatcat:uao7rka3ybdcvcneazb5hivtxy

Easiest-to-reach neighbor search

Jie Shao, Lars Kulik, Egemen Tanin
2010 Proceedings of the 18th SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems - GIS '10  
Studies in cognitive science have shown that people have different optimization goals in mind for route selection: beyond shortest travel distance (or time), criteria such as smallest number of turns or  ...  in an unfamiliar and complex urban environment.  ...  This is based on established principles used from a cognitive perspective for changing granularity in route directions [12] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/1869790.1869840 dblp:conf/gis/ShaoKT10 fatcat:u7qrbjbsozgyhl6ulzf4x7emzu

Exploring the Functional Specifications of a Localized Wayfinding Verbal Aid for Blind Pedestrians: Simple and Structured Urban Areas

Florence Gaunet, Xavier Briffault
2005 Human-Computer Interaction  
We propose functional specifications for a localized verbal wayfinding aid for blind pedestrians, in simple and structured urban areas.  ...  sible in simple and structured urban areas, with no localization aid, and is optimal within 5 meters' precision.  ...  Our thanks extend more specifically to all the participants involved in this work in a spirit of constructiveness and enthusiasm. Support.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327051hci2003_2 fatcat:p6kl5pgcdfb4rj2dfjfu4gb4j4

Semantic trajectory compression: Representing urban movement in a nutshell

Kai-Florian Richter, Falko Schmid, Patrick Laube
2012 Journal of Spatial Information Science  
It exploits that human urban mobility typically occurs in transportation networks that define a geographic context for the movement.  ...  It exploits that human urban mobility typically occurs in transportation networks that define a geographic context for the movement.  ...  The semantics of the underlying network determine these descriptions; this makes use of work on cognitively ergonomic route directions [10, 35] .  ... 
doi:10.5311/josis.2012.4.62 fatcat:x5bp4aaajzg6xio6pg2quujys4

Modified Navigation Instructions for Spatial Navigation Assistance Systems Lead to Incidental Spatial Learning

Klaus Gramann, Paul Hoepner, Katja Karrer-Gauss
2017 Frontiers in Psychology  
Participants navigated through a simulated urban and suburban environment, using navigation support to reach their destination. Driving performance as well as spatial learning was thereby assessed.  ...  Spatial cognitive skills deteriorate with the increasing use of automated GPS navigation and a general decrease in the ability to orient in space might have further impact on independence, autonomy, and  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT We would like to thank Matthias Roetting, chair of Human-Machine Systems, Technical University Berlin for providing the simulator facilities.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00193 pmid:28243219 pmcid:PMC5303713 fatcat:5ocuw5g4orhvjljscnljzumgq4

Cognitively Ergonomic Route Directions [chapter]

Alexander Klippel, Kai-Florian Richter, Stefan Hansen
Geographic Information Systems  
Wayfinding: The cognitive conceptual activity of planning and finding ones way. Wayfinding Choremes: Mental conceptualizations of functional wayfinding and route direction elements.  ...  Table 1 : 1 Cognitive Ergonomics of Route Directions Cognitively ergonomic route directions • are qualitative, not quantitative, • allow for different levels of granularity and organize spatial knowledge  ...  Based on XML specifications, it defines a data structure that allows clients to generate their own route directions which may accord more to a user's preferences.  ... 
doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-2038-4.ch017 fatcat:zkpbzzfqwjf3lisekfv7gw4tjy

21st century trucking: A trajectory for ergonomics and road freight

M. Bedinger, G.H. Walker, M. Piecyk, P. Greening
2016 Applied Ergonomics  
Acknowledgment The research presented in this paper was funded by EPSRC grant Centre for Sustainable Road Freight, award reference: EP/K00915X/1.  ...  Logistics, therefore, is a fertile new ground for applied ergonomics with scope for significant impact.  ...  Route directions are displayed on the windscreen and are dynamically updated throughout the journey, based on real-time congestion data, roadworks information provided by infrastructure-to-vehicle communication  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apergo.2015.06.022 pmid:26130420 fatcat:nixob3c2g5h5bo3ulggae573sa

Applications of 3D City Models: State of the Art Review

Filip Biljecki, Jantien Stoter, Hugo Ledoux, Sisi Zlatanova, Arzu Çöltekin
2015 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
In the last decades, 3D city models appear to have been predominantly used for visualisation; however, today they are being increasingly employed in a number of domains and for a large range of tasks beyond  ...  The classified inventory could be useful for scientists as well as stakeholders in the geospatial industry, such as companies and national mapping agencies, as it may serve as a reference document to better  ...  This research is supported by (1) the Dutch Technology Foundation STW, which is part of The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), and which is partly funded by the Ministry of Economic  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi4042842 fatcat:onnh4x2cqzd5nezcrsud5npwgm

A longitudinal study of driving instructor guidance from an activity-oriented perspective

V. Boccara, C. Vidal-Gomel, J. Rogalski, P. Delhomme
2015 Applied Ergonomics  
The aim of this study was to provide a better understanding of the scaffolding activity of instructors during driving lessons in a French urban traffic context.  ...  Data were based on fine-grained longitudinal analyses of the records of five driving lessons involving four student-instructor dyads.  ...  We would also like to extend our thanks to the reviewers for their critical work which helped us not only for the present paper but also for future analyses of the data we collected on driving students  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apergo.2014.06.001 pmid:25092434 fatcat:o4vupjbbmzglhhszoic7bm4dja

Human factors in mental healthcare: A work system analysis of a community-based program for older adults with depression and dementia

Siobhan M. Heiden, Richard J. Holden, Catherine A. Alder, Kunal Bodke, Malaz Boustani
2017 Applied Ergonomics  
Mental healthcare is a critical but largely unexplored application domain for human factors/ ergonomics.  ...  This paper reports on a work system evaluation of a home-based dementia and depression care program for older adults, the Aging Brain Care program.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the clinical staff for their participation, Margaret Boeh for her assistance, and Nan Ye for data collection and analysis support.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apergo.2017.05.002 pmid:28610811 pmcid:PMC5535802 fatcat:oak7stxoc5eo7d35rcvy7pu2bi

The influence of agent reliability on trust in human-agent collaboration

Xiaocong Fan, Sooyoung Oh, Michael McNeese, John Yen, Haydee Cuevas, Laura Strater, Mica R. Endsley
2008 Proceedings of the 15th European conference on Cognitive ergonomics the ergonomics of cool interaction - ECCE '08  
Sixty command and control (C2) teams, each consisting of a human operator and two cognitive agents, were asked to detect and respond to battlefield threats in six ten-minute scenarios.  ...  Take away message -This research has shown that given even minimal basis for understanding when the operator should and should not trust the agent recommendations allows operators to make better AUDs,  ...  We here take a step toward this direction, investigating how human's trust might be affected by imperfect cognitive agents.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1473018.1473028 dblp:conf/ecce/FanOMYCSE08 fatcat:b6x25j5drfcjlpav5igue3ao3a

Exploring the Challenges of Implementing Guidelines for the Design of Visual Analytics Systems

Johanna Haider, Margit Pohl, Eva-Catherine Hillemann, Alexander Nussbaumer, Simon Attfield, Peter Passmore, B. L. William Wong
2015 Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting  
A collaborative and unique ergonomics conference!  ...  A practical, solutions-based event that offers unique opportunities for collaboration and guidance. SAVE THE DATE  ...  Bridget A., 12, 20 Lewis, Michael, 36 Leyva, Kevin, 31 Li, Huiyang, 25, 38 Li, Jingshan, 21 Li, Meng, 18 Li, Yeti, 20 Li, Yueqing, 28 Liechty, Molly, 18 Liggett, Kristen K., 37 Liles, Karina  ... 
doi:10.1177/1541931215591053 fatcat:zoxfse3x5bc7llbelxqnopbjce

Enclosing rail capacity/punctuality in accessibility measures: a two-step approach by using Data Envelopment Analysis and Analytic Hierarchy Process

Francesco Rotoli, Elena Navajas Cawood, Lorenzo Vannacci
2015 2015 International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Systems Management (IESM)  
We conclude with a number of challenging research directions.  ...  It is also also a mean toward more efficient and sustainable supply chains and transportation networks, within the city as well as for long-haul intercity exchanges.  ...  Keywords-cognitive process; cognitive ergonomics; situation awareness; model; railway hazard. I.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iesm.2015.7380133 fatcat:hbiqir2zo5bejlasdudkjzom2e
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