Pictorial Representations of Routes: Chunking Route Segments during Comprehension

@inproceedings{Klippel2003PictorialRO,
  title={Pictorial Representations of Routes: Chunking Route Segments during Comprehension},
  author={Alexander Klippel and Heike Tappe and Christopher Habel},
  booktitle={Spatial Cognition},
  year={2003}
}
Route directions are usually conveyed either by graphical means, i.e. by illustrating the route in a map or drawing a sketch-maps or, linguistically by giving spoken or written route instructions, or by combining both kinds of external representations. In most cases route directions are given in advance, i.e. prior to the actual traveling. But they may also be communicated quasisimultaneously to the movement along the route, for example, in the case of incar navigation systems. We dub this… CONTINUE READING

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