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Mobile Media and Digital Wayfinding : Strategies for Implementation

@inproceedings{Wang2006MobileMA,
  title={Mobile Media and Digital Wayfinding : Strategies for Implementation},
  author={Yanling Wang},
  year={2006}
}
  • Yanling Wang
  • Published 2006
  • Given our inherent mobility, wayfinding can be described as one of the earliest human activities. In a simple environment, the human mind is capable of generating a cognitive map or “the internal spatial representation of environmental information” (Golledge, 1999). Within a complex environment, an internal cognitive map alone may not allow the user to have a successful wayfinding experience and may lead to the formulation of representational inaccuracies (Raubal and Egenhofer, 1998). 

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