Computation of the Salience of Features

@inproceedings{Nothegger2003ComputationOT,
  title={Computation of the Salience of Features},
  author={Clemens Nothegger and Stephan Winter and Martin Raubal},
  year={2003}
}
Humans navigating in unfamiliar environments rely on wayfinding directions, either given by people familiar with the area, or communicated through maps or wayfinding services. The essential role of landmarks in human route communication is well-known. However, mapping the human ability to select landmarks ad hoc for route directions to a computational model was never tried before. Wayfinding services manage the problem by using pre-defined points of interest. These points are not automatically… CONTINUE READING
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