This page contains the list of short papers accepted to COSIT 2017 for poster presentations, to be held in parallel in during the conference poster session.

Poster Session

Tuesday, September 5 - from 16:00 to 17:30

Generating spatial footprints from hiking blogs

Elise Acheson, Flurina M. Wartmann, and Ross S. Purves

Validating GEOBIA based terrain segmentation and classification for automated delineation of cognitively salient landforms

Samantha Arundel and Gaurav Sinha

Boundary based navigation is impaired in old age

Rachel Bhushan, Elisabetta Colombari, and Sang Ah Lee

Distributing attention between environment and navigation system to increase spatial knowledge acquisition during assisted wayfinding

Annina Brügger, Kai-Florian Richter, and Sara Irina Fabrikant

Lake district soundscapes: Analysing aural experience through text

Olga Chesnokova, Joanna E. Taylor, and Ross S. Purves

Do skyscrapers facilitate spatial learning under stress? On the cognitive processing of global landmarks

Sascha Credé, Sara Irina Fabrikant, Tyler Thrash, and Christoph Hölscher

The virtual reconstruction project of unavailable monuments: An example of the church of Santa Maria Paganica in L’Aquila

Giovanni De Gasperis, Silvia Mantini, and Alessio Cordisco

Socio-spatial networks, multilingualism, and language use in a rural African context

Pierpaolo Di Carlo, Jeff Good, Ling Bian, Yujia Pan, and Penghang Liu

Reactive obstacle avoidance for multicopter UAVs via evaluation of depth maps

Luca Di Stefano, Eliseo Clementini, and Enrico Stagnini

New and given information in alpine route directions

Ekaterina Egorova

Defining spatial boundaries:a developmental study

Eugenia Gianni and Sang Ah Lee

Artificial cognitive maps: Selecting heterogeneous sets of geographic objects and relations to drive highly contextual task-oriented map views

Lucas Godfrey and William Mackaness

Categorizing cognitive scales of spatial information

Thomas Hervey, Daniel W. Phillips, and Werner Kuhn

The concept of location in astronomic spaces

Fenja Kollasch and Werner Kuhn

Is wireless functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) 3D neuroimaging feasible to map human navigation in the real-world?

Stefania Lancia, Silvia Mammarella, Denise Bianco, and Valentina Quaresima

The influence of the Web Mercator projection on the global-scale cognitive map of web map users

Lieselot Lapon, Kristien Ooms, and Philippe De Maeyer

Spatial navigation by boundaries and landmarks in Williams Syndrome in a virtual environment

Marilina Mastrogiuseppe, Victor Chukwuemeka Umeh, and Sang Ah Lee

Linked Data for a Digital Earth: Spatial forecasting with next generation geographical data

Marvin Mc Cutchan

Route learning from maps or navigation in aging: The role of visuo-spatial abilities and self-assessed visuo-spatial inclinations

Chiara Meneghetti, Veronica Muffato, and Rossana De Beni

Towards personalized landmarks

Eva Nuhn and Sabine Timpf

Developing and evaluating VR field trips

Danielle Oprean, Jan Oliver Wallgrün, Jose Manuel Pinto Duarte, Debora Verniz Pereira, Jiayan Zhao, and Alexander Klippel

A reference landform ontology for automated delineation of depression land forms from DEMs

Gaurav Sinha, Samantha Arundel, Kathleen Stewart, David Mark, Torsten Hahmann, Boleslo Romero, Alexandre Sorokine, Lynn Usery, and Grant McKenzie

Correspondence between PLCA and Maptree: Representations of a space configuration

Kazuko Takahashi

Building social networks in Volunteered Geographic Information communities: What contributor behaviours reveal about crowdsourced data quality

Quy Thy Truong, Guillaume Touya, and Cyril de Runz

Guiding people along more intuitive indoor paths

Nina Vanhaeren, Kristien Ooms, and Philippe De Maeyer

Context and vagueness in automated interpretation of place description: A computational model

Diedrich Wolter and Madiha Yousaf

Modeling spatio-temporal variations for the language-driven development of simulated environment generators

Liqun Wu, Thomas Brinkhoff, and Axel Hahn