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1 Week 8 Spatial Cognition Application: Spatial Knowledge Medin, et al: Chapter 8 Nothegger, C. Winter, S. and M. Raubal, M. (2004) Selection of Salient Features for Route Directions. S patial Cognition and Computation, 4, 113- 136.
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2 Project - Report 1 Please submit by : 11/8 Please identify the area that you will be researching (1-4 sentences) and any relevant references that you have identified so far (optional). Please attach the report as doc, rtf, or pdf file, following the naming conventions of courseweb: Your file names should not include special characters such as “#” “$” or “!” and, ideally, would not even include spaces. Blackboard is a Unix system and handles files differently than your PC or Mac. The only consistently allowable separation characters are the hyphen “-“ and the underscore “_” Those working in pairs should only submit one report. Be sure to include both names in the project description. >> View/Complete Assignment: Project – Report 1
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3 Project Proposal You may work individually on the project or on a team of two. Please submit tentative area of proposal via the courseweb Avoid plagiarism when preparing proposal. Basically you must mention in the body of the paper , and in the reference list at the end , every source that you have used; put in quotes anything that is cut and pasted from another source.
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4 Standard Citations (at end of article) Hirtle, S. C. & Jonides, J. (1985). Evidence of hierarchies in cognitive maps . Medin, D. L., Ross, B. H., & Markman, A. (2001). Cognitive Psychology (3rd edition). Fort Worth, Texas: Harcourt Brace. of this class only …
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5 Nonstandard Citations (at end of article) Hirtle, S. C. & Jonides, J. (1985). Evidence of hierarchies in cognitive maps . Memory & Cognition, 13(3), 208-217 [as cited by Medin, et al, 2001]. . . . Medin, D. L., Ross, B. H., & Markman, A. (2001). Cognitive Psychology (3rd edition). Fort Worth, Texas: Harcourt Brace.
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Cues to Distance Accommodation Binocular disparity Vergence Interposition Perspective Motion parallax Optic flow
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Ecological Cues Optical Flow Relative velocity of points across the optic field
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Heath-Pastore 1994
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3d display on 2d panels Depth is often poorly represented & less discernable than other dimensions Strategies such as lollipops lead to consistent & widely studied errors Design should consider these effects
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Early CDTI
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Pilots like to turn toward intruders to keep them in view Turning toward an intruder that would have passed behind Turning away from an intruder that would have passed infront
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Pilot decision sequence Can’t make good decisions Some always turn toward nearby intruders
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Translation (move) x,y,z Side-to-side
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