Volume 83 1995

Cognitive Aspects of Human-Computer Interaction for Geographic Information Systems

ISBN: 978-94-010-4049-5 (Print) 978-94-011-0103-5 (Online)

Table of contents (28 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

  2. Introduction

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      Pages 1-8

      Cognitive Aspects of HCI for GIS: An Introduction

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      Pages 9-17

      An Overview of HCI for GIS

  3. Spatial Cognition and HCI for GIS

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      Pages 19-20

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      Pages 21-28

      Spatial Concepts and Cognitive Models for Geographic Information Use

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      Pages 29-44

      Primitives of Spatial Knowledge

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      Pages 45-59

      HCI Aspects of a Framework for the Qualitative Representation of Space

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      Pages 61-74

      Cognitive Issues in the Evolution of GIS User Knowledge

  4. User Behavior

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      Pages 75-76

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      Pages 77-95

      Process Tracing Methods in the Decision Sciences

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      Pages 97-112

      Cognitive Modelling: Experiences in Human-Computer Interaction

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      Pages 113-122

      7±2 Questions and Answers about Metaphors for GIS User Interfaces

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      Pages 123-141

      Feet on the Ground: Studying User-GIS Interaction in the Workplace

  5. User Interfaces

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      Pages 143-145

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      Pages 147-162

      Towards Visual Interfaces for Multi-Source Updating of Geographic Information

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      Pages 163-178

      Definition of a Visual Language for GIS

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      Pages 179-196

      Human-Computer Interaction Aspects of Visual-Interactive Locational Analysis

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      Pages 197-211

      Some Cognitive and Technical Aspects of Hypermaps

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      Pages 213-219

      Human-Computer Interaction Considerations in Terrain Modeling and Visualization

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      Pages 221-238

      GIS and Multimedia Applications to Support Environmental Impact Assessment and Local Planning

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      Pages 239-246

      The Natural Representation of Mapping and Surveying Data: Applying the Virtual Worlds Paradigm

    9. Back Matter

      Pages 145-145

  6. Cross-Cultural Influences

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 247-248

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      Pages 249-266

      Cultural Differences and Cultural Aspects in Geographical Information Systems

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      Pages 267-284

      Protocol Analysis for Cross-Cultural GIS Design: The Importance of Encoding Resolution

  7. Collaborative GIS — Computer Supported Cooperative Work

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      Pages 285-286

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      Pages 287-294

      Understanding Collaborative Use of GIS through Social Cognition

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      Pages 286-286

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