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

@article{Lee2002AcquisitionOL,
  title={Acquisition of Landmark Knowledge from Static and Dynamic Presentation of Route Maps},
  author={P. Lee and Heike Tappe and A. Klippel},
  journal={K{\"u}nstliche Intell.},
  year={2002},
  volume={16},
  pages={32-34}
}
  • P. Lee, Heike Tappe, A. Klippel
  • Published 2002
  • Computer Science
  • Künstliche Intell.
  • Acquisition of Landmark Knowledge from Static and Dynamic Presentation of Route Maps Paul U. Lee (pauly@psych.stanford.edu) Department of Psychology, Bldg. [...] Key Result At first glance, dynamic, animated presentation seems to be more effective than static one. (e.g. Nathan, Kintsch, & Young, 1992). However, advantages of animation may be due to other factors, such as interactivity or inclusion of information not present in static conditions. Furthermore, other studies fail to demonstrate superiority of…Expand Abstract
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