Influence of estimation errors on wayfinding-decisions in unknown street networks - analyzing the least-angle strategy

@article{Hochmair2000InfluenceOE,
  title={Influence of estimation errors on wayfinding-decisions in unknown street networks - analyzing the least-angle strategy},
  author={Hartwig H. Hochmair and Andrew U. Frank},
  journal={Spatial Cognition & Computation},
  year={2000},
  volume={2},
  pages={283-313}
}
The least-angle strategy is a common wayfinding method that can be applied in unknown environments if the target direction is known. The strategy is based on the navigator’s heuristic to select the street segment at an intersection which is most in line with the target direction. To use this strategy, the navigator needs to know the angles between the target direction and the street segments leading out from the intersection. If the direct view to the target is blocked and the target vector… CONTINUE READING

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