Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

A. Abdalla, P. Weiser:
"Design Principles for Spatio-Temporally Enabled PIM Tools: A Qualitative Analysis Of Trip Planning";
Talk: Agile 2013, Leuven, Belgien; 2013-05-14 - 2013-05-17; in: "Geographic Information Science at the Heart of Europe", Springer, (2013), 1 - 20.

English abstract:
Current personal information management (PIM) tools do not sufficiently recognize the spatio-temporal, hierarchical, or conceptual relations of tasks that constitute our plans. Using behavioral observation methods we analyzed people planning a trip to attend a conference taking place in a region they had little or no prior familiarity with. The resulting open-ended records were coded into higher-level segments and categories. These served as a basis for a cognitive engineering approach, to propose better design principles for spatio-temporally enabled PIM-tools

PIM, GIS, trip planning, Cognitive Engineering

Electronic version of the publication:

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