Spatial Information Theory

11th International Conference, COSIT 2013, Scarborough, UK, September 2-6, 2013. Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-319-01789-1 (Print) 978-3-319-01790-7 (Online)

Table of contents (28 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Spatial Change

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      Spatial Primitives from a Cognitive Perspective: Sensitivity to Changes in Various Geometric Properties

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      Pages 14-32

      Transitional Spaces: Between Indoor and Outdoor Spaces

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      Representing and Reasoning about Changing Spatial Extensions of Geographic Features

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      Pages 53-73

      Trust and Reputation Models for Quality Assessment of Human Sensor Observations

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      Using Maptrees to Characterize Topological Change

  3. Wayfinding and Assistance

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      Pages 91-108

      Resolving Conceptual Mode Confusion with Qualitative Spatial Knowledge in Human-Robot Interaction

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      Pages 109-128

      Event Recognition during the Exploration of Line-Based Graphics in Virtual Haptic Environments

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      Pages 129-148

      Cognitive Transactions – A Communication Model

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      Pages 149-168

      Strategy-Based Dynamic Real-Time Route Prediction

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      An Affordance-Based Simulation Framework for Assessing Spatial Suitability

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      Pages 185-204

      A Probabilistic Framework for Object Descriptions in Indoor Route Instructions

  4. Representing Spatial Data

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      Pages 205-223

      Linked Data and Time – Modeling Researcher Life Lines by Events

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      Pages 224-242

      Human Spatial Behavior, Sensor Informatics, and Disaggregate Data

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      Pages 243-260

      Comparing Expert and Non-expert Conceptualisations of the Land: An Analysis of Crowdsourced Land Cover Data

  5. Handling Language Data

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      Pages 261-278

      The Meanings of the Generic Parts of Toponyms: Use and Limitations of Gazetteers in Studies of Landscape Terms

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      Pages 279-298

      Creating a Corpus of Geospatial Natural Language

  6. Spatial Language and Computation

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      Pages 299-319

      From Descriptions to Depictions: A Conceptual Framework

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      Pages 320-337

      Reading Geography between the Lines: Extracting Local Place Knowledge from Text

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      Pages 338-357

      Modeling Spatial Knowledge from Verbal Descriptions

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      Pages 358-376

      A Computational Model for Reference Object Selection in Spatial Relations

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