Towards a Cognitive Model for Human Wayfinding Behavior in Regionalized Environments

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Human wayfinding operates very very differently from traditional deterministic algorithms owing to a) restrictions in working memory resulting in subjective regionalized maps, and b) flexible adoption of different navigation strategies. While a number of cognitive strategies have been proposed for human wayfinding, these have been hard to evaluate… (More)

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