Ballatore, Andrea

Proceedings of Workshops and Posters at the 13th International Conference on Spatial Information Theory (COSIT 2017)

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Table of contents

Part I. COSIT 2017 Short Papers

1. COSIT 2017 Short Papers—Introduction
Christian Kray, May Yuan

2. Generating Spatial Footprints from Hiking Blogs
Elise Acheson, Flurina M. Wartmann, Ross S. Purves

3. Validating GEOBIA Based Terrain Segmentation and Classification for Automated Delineation of Cognitively Salient Landforms
Samantha T. Arundel, Gaurav Sinha

4. Boundary Based Navigation Is Impaired in Old Age
Rachel Bhushan, Elisabetta Colombari, Sang Ah Lee

5. Distributing Attention Between Environment and Navigation System to Increase Spatial Knowledge Acquisition During Assisted Wayfinding
Annina Brügger, Kai-Florian Richter, Sara Irina Fabrikant

6. Lake District Soundscapes: Analysing Aural Experience Through Text
Olga Chesnokova , Joanna E. Taylor, Ross S. Purves

7. Do Skyscrapers Facilitate Spatial Learning Under Stress? On the Cognitive Processing of Global Landmarks
Sascha Credé, Sara Irina Fabrikant, Tyler Thrash, Christoph Hölscher

8. The Virtual Reconstruction Project of Unavailable Monuments: An Example of the Church of Santa Maria Paganica in L’Aquila
Giovanni Gasperis, Silvia Mantini, Alessio Cordisco

9. Socio-spatial Networks, Multilingualism, and Language Use in a Rural African Context
Pierpaolo Carlo, Jeff Good, Ling Bian, Yujia Pan, Penghang Liu

10. Reactive Obstacle Avoidance for Multicopter UAVs via Evaluation of Depth Maps
Luca Stefano, Eliseo Clementini, Enrico Stagnini

11. New and Given Information in Alpine Route Directions
Ekaterina Egorova

12. Defining Spatial Boundaries: A Developmental Study
Eugenia Gianni, Sang Ah Lee

13. Artificial Cognitive Maps: Selecting Heterogeneous Sets of Geographic Objects and Relations to Drive Highly Contextual Task-Oriented Map Views
Lucas Godfrey, William Mackaness

14. Categorizing Cognitive Scales of Spatial Information
Thomas Hervey, Daniel W. Phillips, Werner Kuhn

15. The Concept of Location in Astronomic Spaces
Fenja Kollasch, Werner Kuhn

16. Is Wireless Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS) 3D Neuroimaging Feasible to Map Human Navigation in the Real-World?
Stefania Lancia, Silvia Mammarella, Denise Bianco, Valentina Quaresima

17. The Influence of the Web Mercator Projection on the Global-Scale Cognitive Map of Web Map Users
Lieselot Lapon, Kristien Ooms, Philippe Maeyer

18. Spatial Navigation by Boundaries and Landmarks in Williams Syndrome in a Virtual Environment
Marilina Mastrogiuseppe, Victor Chukwuemeka Umeh, Sang Ah Lee

19. Linked Data for a Digital Earth: Spatial Forecasting with Next Generation Geographical Data
Marvin Mc Cutchan

20. Route Learning from Maps or Navigation in Aging: The Role of Visuo-Spatial Abilities and Self-assessed Visuo-Spatial Inclinations
Chiara Meneghetti, Veronica Muffato, Rossana Beni

21. Towards Personalized Landmarks
Eva Nuhn, Sabine Timpf

22. Developing and Evaluating VR Field Trips
Danielle Oprean, Jan Oliver Wallgrün, Jose Manuel Pinto Duarte, Debora Verniz, Jiayan Zhao, Alexander Klippel

23. A Reference Landform Ontology for Automated Delineation of Depression Landforms from DEMs
Gaurav Sinha, Samantha T. Arundel, Kathleen Stewart, David Mark, Torsten Hahmann, Boleslo Romero, Alexandre Sorokine, Lynn Usery, Grant McKenzie

24. Correspondence Between PLCA and Maptree: Representations of a Space Configuration
Kazuko Takahashi

25. Building Social Networks in Volunteered Geographic Information Communities: What Contributor Behaviours Reveal About Crowdsourced Data Quality
Quy Thy Truong, Guillaume Touya, Cyril Runz

26. Guiding People Along More Intuitive Indoor Paths
Nina Vanhaeren, Kristien Ooms, Philippe Maeyer

27. Context and Vagueness in Automated Interpretation of Place Description: A Computational Model
Diedrich Wolter, Madiha Yousaf

28. Modeling Spatio-Temporal Variations for the Language-Driven Development of Simulated Environment Generators
Liqun Wu, Thomas Brinkhoff, Axel Hahn

Part II. Rethinking Wayfinding Support Systems

29. Rethinking Wayfinding Support Systems—Introduction
Jakub Krukar, Angela Schwering, Heinrich Löwen, Marcelo Lima Galvao, Vanessa Joy Anacta

30. Supporting Orientation During Indoor and Outdoor Navigation
Christina Bauer, Manuel Müller, Bernd Ludwig, Chen Zhang

31. Let’s Put the Skyscrapers on the Display—Decoupling Spatial Learning from Working Memory
Sascha Credé, Sara Irina Fabrikant

32. Finding the Right Match: Human Cognition via Indoor Route Descriptions Versus Existing Indoor Networks and Algorithms to Support Navigation
Kristien Ooms, Nico Van de Weghe

33. Considering Existing Indoor Navigational Aids in Navigation Services
Wangshu Wang, Haosheng Huang, Georg Gartner

Part III. Speaking of Location: Future Directions in Geospatial Natural Language Research

34. Speaking of Location: Future Directions in Geospatial Natural Language Research—Introduction
Kristin Stock, Chris B. Jones, Maria Vasardani

35. Socioculturally Mediated Responses to Environment Shaping Universals and Diversity in Spatial Language
Bill Palmer, Alice Gaby, Jonathon Lum, Jonathan Schlossberg

36. Translating Verbally Communicated Local Geographic Knowledge Using Semantic Technologies: A Balinese Example
Pandu Supriyono, Simon Scheider

37. Place as Location Categories: Learning from Language
Clare Davies, Thora Tenbrink

38. Frame-Relative Constructions in the Description of Motion
Ekaterina Egorova, Ross S. Purves

39. When Environmental Information Is Conveyed Using Descriptions: The Role of Perspectives and Strategies
Chiara Meneghetti, Veronica Muffato

40. The Role of Context in the Interpretation of Natural Language Location Descriptions
Kristin Stock, Mark Hall

41. Spatial Prepositions in Natural-Language Descriptions of Indoor Scenes
Stacy Doore, Kate Beard, Nicholas Giudice

Part IV. Spatial Humanities Meets Spatial Information Theory: Space, Place, and Time in Humanities Research

42. Spatial Humanities Meets Spatial Information Theory: Space, Place, and Time in Humanities Research—Introduction
Benjamin Adams, Olga Chesnokova, Karl Grossner

43. Exploring Deep Mapping Concepts: Crosthwaite’s Map and West’s Picturesque Stations
Alexander Reinhold, Christopher Donaldson, Ian Gregory, Paul Rayson

44. A Spatio-Temporal Linked Data Representation for Modeling Spatio-Temporal Dialect Data
Johannes Scholz, Emanual Hrastnig, Eveline Wandl-Vogt

45. Considering Identification of Locality in Time: Theoretical and Practical Approach
Bogumił Szady, Agnieszka Ławrynowicz

46. Cadmus and the Cow: A Digital Narratology of Space in Ovid’s Metamorphoses
Gabriel Viehhauser, Robert Kirstein, Florian Barth, Andreas Pairamidis

Part V. Computing Techniques for Spatio-Temporal Data in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

47. Computing Techniques for Spatio-Temporal Data in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage—Introduction
Alberto Belussi, Roland Billen, Pierre Hallot, Sara Migliorini

48. Immersive Technologies and Experiences for Archaeological Site Exploration and Analysis
Jan Oliver Wallgrün, Jiawei Huang, Jiayan Zhao, Claire Ebert, Paul Roddy, Jaime Awe, Tim Murtha, Alexander Klippel

49. HBIM for the Archaeology of Standing Buildings: Case Study of the Church of San Cipriano in Castelvecchio Calvisio (L’Aquila, Italy)
Romolo Continenza, Fabio Redi, Francesca Savini, Alessandra Tata, Ilaria Trizio

50. An Analytical Framework for Classifying Software Tools and Systems Dealing with Cultural Heritage Spatio-Temporal Information
Andrea Luczfalvy Jancsó, Benoît Jonlet, Patrick Hoffsummer, Emmanuel Delye, Roland Billen

51. Considering Rich Spatiotemporal Relationships in Cultural Heritage Information Management
Pierre Hallot

52. Towards the Extraction of Semantics from Incomplete Archaeological Records
S. Migliorini, P. Grossi

Keywords: Geography, Geographical Information Systems/Cartography, Database Management, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics)

Publication year
Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography
Page amount
13 pages
Natural Sciences
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