Acquisition of Landmark Knowledge from Static and Dynamic Presentation of Route Maps

  title={Acquisition of Landmark Knowledge from Static and Dynamic Presentation of Route Maps},
  author={Paul U. Lee and Heike Tappe and Alexander Klippel},
ed to car tographic point-like symbols. Nonetheless, the qualitative locative information of the landmarks is maintained, for example their position at a corner of an intersection. The benefits of maps are apparent from their ubiquitous existence in our culture. Recently, route maps have become widely available through the Web and on-board navigation systems (e.g. Agrawala & Stolte, 2001). Despite the ubiquitous status of route maps, optimal visual representation methods are still a matter of… CONTINUE READING
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