Spatial Information Science
Research Interest Group

Selected publications

Hirtle, S. C. (forthcoming). Landmarks for navigation in humans and robots. In M.E. Jefferies and W.-K. Yeap (Eds.) Spatial Mapping Approaches in Robotic and Natural Mapping Systems. New York: Springer.

Hirtle, S. C. (2007). Navigation in electronic environments. In G. Allen (Ed.), Applied Spatial Cognition. Mahwah NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

S. Srinivas & S.C. Hirtle (2006) Knowledge Based Schematization of Route Directions. Extended abstract presented at GIScience, 2006, Muenster, Germany..

S. Srinivas & S.C. Hirtle (2006). Knowledge Based Schematization of Route Directions. Spatial Cognition 2006 (Bremen, Germany). Springer: Berlin.

Hirtle, S. C. (2006). Information design for the support of navigation. In J. Portugali (Ed.), Complex Artificial Environments. Berlin: Springer. [link]

Mark, D. M., Smith, B., Egenhofer, M. & Stephen Hirtle, S. C. (2004). Ontological foundations for geographic information science, In R.B. McMaster and L. Usery (eds.), Research Challenges in Geographic Information Science. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

Kaemerungsi, K. & Krishnamurthy, P. (2004). Properties of Indoor Received Signal Strength for WLAN Location Fingerprinting. Proceedings of IEEE/ACM Mobiquitous. Augst, 2004.

Kaemerungsi, K. & Krishnamurthy, P. (2004). Modelling of Indoor Positioning Systems Based on Locaion Fingerprinting. Proceedings of IEEE Infocom. March, 2004.

Hirtle, S. C. (2003). Neighborhoods and landmarks. In M. Duckham, M. F. Goodchild, & M. F. Worboys (Eds.). Foundations of Geographic Information Science. London: Taylor & Francis.

Heo, M. & Hirtle, S. C., (2001). An empirical comparison of visualization tools to assist information retrieval on the web. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 8, 666-675. [Journal PDF]

Hirtle, S. C. (2000). The use of maps, images and "gestures" for navigation. In Freksa, C., Brauer, W., Habel, C. & Wender, K.F.,(Eds.). Spatial Cognition II: Integrating Abstract Theories, Empirical Studies, Formal Methods, and Practical Applications. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. [Springer PDF]

Sorrows, M. E. & Hirtle, S. C., (1999). The Nature of Landmarks for Real and Electronic Spaces. In Freksa, C.; Mark, D. (Eds.), Spatial Information Theory. Lecture Notes in Computer Sci-ence, 1661. Springer, Berlin, pp. 37-50.

Mark, D. M., Freksa, C., Hirtle, S. C., Lloyd, R., & Tversky, B. (1999). Cognitive models of geographical space. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 13, 747-774. [Journal PDF]

Cai, G., Hirtle, S., C., and Williams, J. (1999). Mapping of geography of cyberspace using telecommunications infrastructure information". In: Laurini (Ed.), TeleGeo'99 – the First International Workshop on Telegeoprocessing, Lyon, France. May 6-7, 1999.

Hirtle, S. C., Sorrows, M. E., & Cai, G. (1998). Clusters on the World Wide Web: Creating Neighborhoods of Make-Believe. In the Proceedings of Hypertext'98. Pittsburgh, PA. [ACM link]

Hirtle, S. C. & Sorrows, M. E. (1998). Designing a multimodal navigational tool for locating buildings on a college campus. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 18, 265-276.

Hirtle, S. C. (1998). The cognitive atlas: Using GIS as a metaphor for memory. In M. Egenhofer and R. Golledge (Eds.), Spatial and temporal reasoning in geographic information systems, pp. 263-271. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hirtle, S. C. & Cai, G. (1998). Classification structures for cognitive maps. In Hayashi, C., Oshumi, N., Yajima, K., Tanaka, Y., Bock, H. H., & Baba, Y. (Eds.). Data science, Classification and Related Methods: Studies in classification, data analysis, and knowledge organization. Toyko: Springer-Verlag.

Hirtle, S. C., & Frank, A. U. (Eds.), (1997). Spatial information theory: A theoretical basis for GIS. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.






Last Update: April 18, 2007