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Map-based Mobile Services
This chapter reviews a model of measuring the salience of a specific class of spatial features-façades of buildings-for adaptation to abilities and preferences of user groups of wayfinding services. The model was intentionally designed to be open for such adaptations, and we will report on ways, experiences, and limitations of doing so. We will prove the hypothesis that focalization, i.e., adaptation to different decision situations, can be sufficiently modelled by weights of predetermineddoi:10.1007/3-540-26982-7_9 fatcat:ihk7uug3k5ca5cw7iuvmcc6r6y