User preferences, information transactions and location-based services: A study of urban pedestrian wayfinding

@article{Li2006UserPI,
  title={User preferences, information transactions and location-based services: A study of urban pedestrian wayfinding},
  author={Chao Li},
  journal={Computers, Environment and Urban Systems},
  year={2006},
  volume={30},
  pages={726-740}
}
Though research into location-based services (LBS) is being carried out across a number of disciplines, user aspects of LBS remains a cross-cutting theme. In this paper, the research focuses on investigating the user information requirements from LBS at individual level, with emphasis on the interactive nature of information transactions between environments, individuals and mobile devices. Based on a proposed conceptual model, urban pedestrian wayWnding experiments have been implemented in an… CONTINUE READING
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