3. COSIT 1997:
Laurel Highlands, Pennsylvania, USA
Representations of Change
Boundaries and Gradations
: A Representation-Oriented Taxonomy of Gradation.
M. Violet Gray
: Classification as an Impediment to Reliable and Valid Use of Spatial Information: A Disaggregate Approach.
, Jon Gottsegen
: What Maps Mean to People: Denotation, Connotation, and Geographic Visualization in Land-Use Debates.
Topological Models of Space
: A Qualitative Coordinate Language of Location of Figures within the Ground.
Cognitive Aspects of Spatial Acquisition
Daniel R. Montello
: The Perception and Cognition of Environmental Distance: Direct Sources of Information.
Novel Use of Spatial Information
: Improving Multi-Purpose GIS Design: Participative Design.
: Self-Organization, Cities, Cognitive Maps and Information Systems.
Wayfinding and Map Interpretation
Gary L. Allen
: From Knowledge to Words to Wayfinding: Issues in the Production and Comprehension of Route Directions.
Represenations of Spatial Concepts
New Approaches to Spatial Information
: Geocognostics - A New Framework for Spatial Information Theory.
: Experiments Using Context and Significance to Enhance the Reporting Capabilities of GIS.
: An Automated System for Name Placement which Complies with Cartographic Quality Criteria: The Hydrographic Network.
: Metric Refinement of Topological Relations.
F. Benjamin Zhan
: Approximation of Topological Relations Between Fuzzy Regions Satisfying a Linguistically Described Query.