Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

G. Gartner, W. Hiller:
"Impact of restricted display size on spatial knowledge acquisition in the context of pedestrian navigation";
Talk: 5th International Symposium on Location Based Services and TeleCartography, Salzburg; 2008-11-26 - 2008-11-28; in: "Location Based Services and TeleCartography II - From Sensor Fusion to Context Models", G. Gartner, K. Rehrl (ed.); Springer Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, (2009), ISBN: 978-3-540-87392-1; 155 - 166.

English abstract:
In this paper the influence of the display size on the acquisition of spatial knowledge is investigated. The acquisition of spatial knowledge based on presentation forms with different display sizes has been analysed in an empirical test for pedestrian navigation. This contribution describes and interprets the test and results and gives an outlook on the overall importance for future application developments in the context of LBS, as mobile systems typically use small displays and the overall concern exists, that these displays can not communicate any useful spatial information in typical map form to pedestrians.

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