Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
G. Gartner, H. Huang, F. Ortag, A. Millonig:
"Strategies of Context-based and Semantic Adaptive Route Communication";
Talk: AGILE 2009,
- 2009-06-05; in: "AGILE Workshop on Adaptation in Spatial Communication",
M. Tomko, K. Richter (ed.);
Report Series of the Transregional Collaborative Research Center SFB/TR 8 Spatial Cognition,
019-05/2009, Bremen, Freiburg
In recent years, technological progress and an increasing amount of ubiquitously available information set the stage for the development of mobile navigation tools for pedestrians. However, the vast quantity of accessible navigational and environmental information aggravates effective information extraction. In order to facilitate the provision of customised information and to avoid redundant information, we currently determine three steps to overcome the shortcuts of existing approaches: building typologies of pedestrian behaviour, deriving context models out of activities of pedestrians and deriving semantic descriptions of routes. Based on this strategy we propose, that a more efficient and adaptive communication of routes for pedestrian wayfinding can be achieved.
context-awareness, adaptation, spatial cognition, pedestrian navigation, behaviour modelling
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