Publications

BOOK(S) / THESIS / EDITED

  1. Gottfried, B., Laube, P., A. Klippel, A., van de Weghe, N., and R. Billen, (Eds.) (2010). Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Movement Pattern Analysis, MPA’10, Zurich, Switzerland, September 14, 2010: CEUR Workshop Proceedings.
    CEUR
  2. Hirtle, S. C., Klippel, A., & Schmid, F. (Eds.) (2010). You Are Here 2: 2nd Workshop on Spatial Awareness and Geographic Knowledge acquisition with Small Mobile Devices Proceedings.
  3. Klippel, A., Hirtle, S. C., & Davies, C. (2010). Special issue on: You-are-here maps: Creating spatial awareness through map-like representations. Spatial Cognition and Computation, 10(2).
  4. Klippel, A., & Hirtle, S. C. (Eds.). 2008. You-Are-Here Maps: Creating a Sense of Place through Map-like Representations. Workshop held in conjunction with the International Conference Spatial Cognition 2008, September 15-19, 2008, Freiburg, Germany.
  5. Klippel, A. (2003). Wayfinding choremes. Conceptualizing wayfinding and route direction elements. Bremen: Universität Bremen.
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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  1. Oprean, D., Simpson, M., & Klippel, A. (2017). Collaborating remotely: An evaluation of immersive capabilities on spatial experiences and team membership. International Journal of Digital Earth, 1, 1–17. https://doi.org/10.1080/17538947.2017.1381191
    pdf (prefinal draft)
    pdf (free copy)
  2. Simpson, M., Richter, K.-F., Wallgrün, J. O., & Klippel, A. (2017). Quantifying space, understanding minds: A visual summary approach. Journal of Spatial Information Science. (14), 95–136.
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  3. Smith Mason, J., Retchless, D., & Klippel, A. (2017). Domains of uncertainty visualization research: A visual summary approach. Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 44(4), 296–309. https://doi.org/10.1080/15230406.2016.1154804
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  4. Mason, J., Klippel, A., Bleisch, S., Slingsby, A., & Deitrick, S. (2016). Special issue introduction: Approaching spatial uncertainty visualization to support reasoning and decision making. Spatial Cognition & Computation, 16(2), 97–105.
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  5. McKenzie, G., & Klippel, A. (2016). The interaction of landmarks and map alignment in you-are-here yaps. The Cartographic Journal, 53(1), 43–54. https://doi.org/10.1179/1743277414Y.0000000101
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  6. Li, R., & Klippel, A. (2016). Wayfinding behaviors in complex buildings: The impact of environmental legibility and familiarity. Environment and Behavior, 48(3), 482-510. doi: 10.1177/0013916514550243
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  7. Yang, J., Klippel, A., & Li, R. (2015). The cognition of change: Scaling deformations in mind and spatial theories. Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 42 (3), 224-234. DOI: 10.1080/15230406.2014.991425
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  8. Klippel, A., Wallgrün, J. O., Yang, J., & Sparks, K. (2015). Intuitive direction concepts. The Baltik Yearbook of Logic, Cognition, and Communication. Vol. 10. http://dx.doi.org/10.4148/1944-3676.1103
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  9. Kinkeldey, C., Mason, J., Klippel, A., & Schiewe, J. (2014). Evaluation of noise annotation lines: Using noise to represent thematic uncertainty in maps. Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 41 (5), 430-439.
    doi:10.1080/15230406.2014.949868
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  10. Xu, S., Klippel, A., MacEachren, A. M., & Mitra, P. (2014). Exploring regional variation in spatial language using spatially-stratified web-sampled route direction documents. Spatial Cognition and Computation, 14 (4), 255-283.
    doi: 10.1080/13875868.2014.943904
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  11. Wallgrün, J. O., Yang, J., & Klippel, A. (2014). Cognitive evaluation of spatial formalisms: Intuitive granularities of overlap relations. International Journal of Cognitive Informatics and Natural Intelligence, 8(1), 1–17.
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  12. Bianchetti, R. A., Wallgrün, J. O., Yang, J., Blanford, J. I., Robinson, A. C., & Klippel, A. (2012). Free classification of Canadian and American emergency management map symbol standards. The Cartographic Journal, 49(4), 350-360.
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  13. Klippel, A. (2012). Spatial information theory meets spatial thinking – Is topology the Rosetta Stone of spatio-temporal cognition? Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 102(6), 1310-1328.
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  14. Klippel, A., Wallgrün, J. O., Yang, J., Li, R., & Dylla, F. (2012). Formally grounding spatio-temporal thinking. Cognitive Processing, 13, Supplement 1, 209-214.
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  15. Li, R., & Klippel, A. (2012). Understanding wayfinding problems in libraries from a spatial science perspective. Journal of Map & Geography Libraries. 8(1), 21-38.
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  16. Jaiswal, A., Zhang, X., Mitra, P., Pezanowski, S., Turton, I., Xu, S., Klippel, A., & MacEachren A. M. (2011). GeoCAM: A Geovisual Analytics Workspace to Contextualize and Interpret Statements about Moveme. Journal of Spatial Information Science. (3), 33-69.
    pdf (official pdf)
  17. Klippel, A. (2011). Movement choremes: Bridging cognitive understanding and formal characterization of movement patterns. Topics in Cognitive Science, 3(4), 722–740.
    pdf (prefinal draft)
  18. Klippel, A., Hardisty, F., & Li, R. (2011). Interpreting spatial patterns: An inquiry into formal and cognitive aspects of Tobler’s first law of geography. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. (September 2011 issue, DOI:10.1080/00045608.2011.577364)
    pdf (prefinal draft)
  19. Roth, R. E., Finch, B. G., Blanford, J. I., Klippel, A., Robinson, A. C., & MacEachren, A. M. (2011). The card sorting method for map symbol design. Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 38(2), 89-99.
    pdf (prefinal draft)
  20. Klippel, A., Weaver, C., & Robinson, A. (2011). Analyzing cognitive conceptualizations using interactive visual environments. Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 38(1), 52-68.
    pdf (prefinal draft)
  21. Hardisty, F., & Klippel, A. (2010). Analysing spatio-temporal autocorrelation with LISTA-Viz. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 24(10), 1515-1526.
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  22. Klippel, A., Hirtle, S. C., & Davies, C. (2010). You-are-here maps: Creating spatial awareness through map-like representations (editorial). Spatial Cognition and Computation, 10(2 & 3), 83-93.
    pdf (prefinal version)
    free version
  23. Klippel, A. (2009). Topologically characterized movement patterns: A cognitive assessment. Spatial Cognition and Computation, 9(4), 233-261.
    pdf (prefinal draft)
  24. Klippel, A., Hardisty, F., Li, R., & Weaver, C. (in print, 2009). Color enhanced star plot glyphs – Can salient shape characteristics be overcome? Cartographica. 44(3), 217-232.
    pdf (prefinal draft)
  25. Klippel, A., Hardisty, F., & Weaver, C. (2009). Star plots: How shape characteristics influence classification tasks. Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 36 (2), 149-163.
    pdf (prefinal draft)
  26. Klippel, A. (2009). Human factors in GIScience laboratory at The Pennsylvania State University. Cognitive Processing, 10 (2), 175-183.
    Springer
  27. Klippel, A., Hansen, S., Richter, K.-F., & Winter, S. (2009). Urban Granularities – A Data Structure for Cognitively Ergonomic Route Directions. GeoInformatica, 13 (2), 223-247.
    Springer, pdf (prefinal draft)
  28. Klippel, A., Worboys, M., & Duckham, M. (2008). Identifying factors of geographic event conceptualisation. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 22(2), 183–204.
    pdf (prefinal draft)
  29. Klippel, A ., Worboys, M., & Duckham, M. (2006). Geographic event conceptualization. Cognitive Processing, 7 (S5), S52-S54.
  30. Klippel, A., Freksa, C., & Winter, S. (2006). The danger of getting lost – YAH maps in emergencies. Journal of Spatial Sciences, 51(1), 117-131.
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  31. Klippel, A., Tappe, H., Kulik, L., & Lee, P. U. (2005). Wayfinding choremes – A language for modeling conceptual route knowledge. Journal of Visual Languages and Computing, 16(4), 311-329.
    science direct prefinal draft
  32. Lee, P. U., Tappe, H., & Klippel, A. (2002). Acquisition of landmark knowledge from static and dynamic presentation of route maps. Künstliche Intelligenz, 4, 32-34.
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  33. Freksa, C., Barkowsky, T., & Klippel, A. (1999). Spatial symbol systems and spatial cognition. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 22(4), 616-617.
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FULLY REFEREED CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS & REVIEWED BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Masrur, A., Zhao, J., Wallgrün, J. O., LaFemina, P., & Klippel, A. (2017). Immersive applications for informal and interactive learning for earth sciences. In Workshop on Immersive Analytics (IA), at IEEE VIS, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, October 1st, 2017.
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  2. Simpson, M., Zhao, J., & Klippel, A. (2017). Take a walk: Evaluating movement types for data visualization in immersive virtual reality. In Workshop on Immersive Analytics (IA), at IEEE VIS, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, October 1st, 2017.
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  3. Wallgrün, J. O., Huang, J., Zhao, J., Ebert, C., Roddy, P., Awe, Jaime, J.,. . . Klippel, A. (2017). Archaeological site exploration and analysis. In P. Fogliaroni, A. Ballatore, & E. Clementini (Eds.), Proceedings of Workshops and Posters at 13th International Conference on Spatial Information Theory (COSIT 2017) (pp. 307–314). Berlin: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-63946-8_48
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  4. Zhao, J., Lafemina, P., Wallgrun, J. O., Oprean, D., & Klippel, A. (2017). IVR for the geosciences. 2017 IEEE Virtual Reality Workshop on K-12 Embodied Learning through Virtual & Augmented Reality (KELVAR). doi:10.1109/kelvar.2017.7961557 pdf
  5. Klippel, A., Mark, D. M., Wallgrün, J. O., & Stea, D. (2015). Conceptualizing landscapes: A comparative study of landscape categories with Navajo and English-speaking participants. In S. I. Fabrikant, M. Raubal, M. Bertolotto, C. Davies, S. M. Freundschuh, & S. Bell (Eds.), Proceedings, Conference on Spatial Information Theory (COSIT 2015), Santa Fe, NM, USA, Oct. 12-16, 2015 . Berlin: Springer.
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  6. Sparks, K., Klippel, A., Wallgrün, J. O., & Mark, D. M. (2015). Citizen science land cover classification based on ground and aerial imagery. In S. I. Fabrikant, M. Raubal, M. Bertolotto, C. Davies, S. M. Freundschuh, & S. Bell (Eds.), Proceedings, Conference on Spatial Information Theory (COSIT 2015), Santa Fe, NM, USA, Oct. 12-16, 2015 . Berlin: Springer.
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  7. Klippel, A., Sparks, K., & Wallgrün, J. O. (2015). Pitfalls and potentials of crowd science: A meta analysis of contextual influences. ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences.
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  8. Sparks, K. A., Klippel, A., Wallgrün, J. O., & Mark, D. (2015) “Crowdsourcing landscape perceptions to validate land cover classifications”, In O. Ahlqvist, K. Janowicz, D. Varanka, S. Fritz (Eds.), Land Use and Land Cover Semantics – Principles, Best Practices and Prospects. CRC Press / Taylor & Francis.
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  9. Wallgrün, J. O., Klippel, A., & Baldwin, T. (2014). Towards a comprehensive model for interpreting spatial relational expressions. In International Workshop on Geographic Information Retrieval (in conjunction with ACM SIGSPATIAL) .
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  10. Mast, V., Wolter, D., Klippel, A., Wallgrün, J. O., & Tenbrink, T. (2014). Boundaries and prototypes in categorizing direction. In C. Freksa, B. Nebel, M. Hegarty, & T. Barkowsky (Eds.), Proceedings of the Spatial Cognition Conference 2014. Berlin: Springer.
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  11. Wallgrün, J. O., Yang, J., & Klippel, A. (2013). Investigating intuitive granularities of overlap relations. In 12th IEEE International Conference on Cognitive Informatics and Cognitive Computing.
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  12. Klippel, A., Wallgrün, J. O., Yang, J., Mason, J. S., Kim, E.-K., & Mark, D. M. (2013). Fundamental cognitive concepts of space and time: Using cross-linguistic, crowdsourced data to cognitively calibrate modes of overlap. In Conference on Spatial Information Theory. Berlin: Springer.
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  13. Klippel, A., Li*, R., Yang*, J., Hardisty, F., & Xu*, S. (2013). The Egenhofer-Cohn Hypothesis: Or, Topological Relativity? In M. Raubal, A. U. Frank, & D. M. Mark (Eds.), Cognitive and Linguistic Aspects of Geographic Space – New Perspectives on Geographic Information Research (195–215). Berlin: Springer.
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  14. Klippel, A., Yang, J., Li, R., & Wallgrün, J. O. (2013). Evaluating the cognitive adequacy of the Dline-region calculus. In S. Timpf & P. Laube (Eds.), Advances in Spatial Data Handling. Geospatial Dynamics, Geosimulation and Exploratory Visualization (pp. 91–106). Berlin: Springer.
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  15. Wallgrün, J. O., Yang, J., Klippel, A., & Dylla, F. (2012). Investigations into the cognitive conceptualization and similarity assessment of spatial scenes. In N. Xiao, M.-P. Kwan, M. F. Goodchild, & S. Shekhar (Eds.), Geographic Information Science. 7th International Conference, GIScience 2012, Columbus, OH, USA, September 18-21, 2012, Proceedings (pp. 212–225). Berlin: Springer.
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  16. Klippel, A., Yang, J., Wallgrün, J. O., Dylla, F., & Li, R. (2012). Assessing similarities of qualitative spatio-temporal relations. In C. Stachniss, K. Schill, & D. H. Uttal (Eds.), Spatial Cognition 2012 (pp. 242–261). Berlin: Springer.
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  17. Zhang, X., Qui, B., Xu, S., Mitra, P., Klippel, A., & MacEachren, A. M. (in print, 2012). Disambiguating road names in text route descriptions using exact-all-hop shortest path algorithm. In ECAI 2012.
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  18. Klippel, A., Tenbrink, T., and Montello, D. R. (in print, 2012). The role of structure and function in the conceptualization of directions. To be published in Emile van der Zee and Mila Vulchanova (eds.), Motion Encoding in Language and Space. Oxford University Press.
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  19. Zhang, X., Mitra, P., Klippel, A., & MacEachren, A. M. (2011). Identifying destinations automatically from human generated route directions. In ACM SIGSPATIAL (short paper).

  20. Li, R., Klippel, A., & Yang, J. (2011). Geographic event conceptualization: Where spatial and cognitive sciences meet. In L. A. Carlson, C. Hölscher, & T. F. Shipley (Eds.), Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.
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  21. Klippel, A., Li, R., Hardisty, F., & Weaver, C. (2010). Cognitive invariants of geographic event conceptualization: What matters and what refines. In S. I. Fabrikant, T. Reichenbacher, M. van Krefeld, & C. Schlieder (Eds.), Sixth International Conference, GIScience 2010 Zürich, Switzerland, Sep. 14-17 2010, Proceedings (pp. 130–144). Berlin: Springer.
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  22. Zhang, X., Mitra, P., Klippel, A., & MacEachren, A. M. (2010). Automatic extraction of destinations, origins and route parts from human generated route directions. In S. I. Fabrikant, T. Reichenbacher, M. van Krefeld, & C. Schlieder (Eds.), Sixth International Conference, GIScience 2010 Zürich, Switzerland, Sep. 14-17 2010, Proceedings (pp. 279-294). Berlin: Springer.
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  23. Li, R., & Klippel, A. (2010). Using space syntax to understand knowledge acquisition and wayfinding in indoor environments. In Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Cognitive Informatics 2010, Beijing, China July 7-9, 2010.
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    ieee
  24. Ul-Qayyum, Z., Cohn, A. G., & Klippel, A. (2010). Psychophysical evaluation for a qualitative semantic image categorisation and retrieval approach. In N. García-Pedrajas, F. Herrera, C. Fyfe, J. M. Benítez, & M. Ali (Eds.), Lecture notes in computer science Lecture notes in artificial intelligence: Vol. 6098. Trends in applied intelligent systems. : 23rd International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Other Applications of Applied Intelligent Systems, IEA/AIE 2010, Cordoba, Spain, June 1-4, 2010; proceedings (pp. 321–331). Berlin: Springer.
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  25. Klippel, A., & Li, R. (2009). The endpoint hypothesis: A topological-cognitive assessment of geographic scale movement patterns. In K. Stewart Hornsby, C. Claramunt, M. Denis, & G. Ligozat (Eds.), Spatial Information Theory, 9th International Conference, COSIT 2009, Aber Wrac’h, France, September 21-25, 2009 Proceedings (pp. 177–194). Berlin: Springer.
    Best Senior Paper Presentation Award
    pdf (prefinal draft)
  26. Klippel, A., Richter, K.-F., & Hansen, S. (2009). Cognitively ergonomic route directions. In H. A. Karimi (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Geoinformatics (pp. 230-238). Idea Group Reference.
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  27. Zhang, X., Mitra, P., Jaiswal, A., Xu, S., MacEachren, A. M., & Klippel, A. (2009). Extracting route directions from webpages. In 12th International Workshop on the Web and Databases (WebDB 2009) Providence, Rhode Island – June 28, 2009.
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  28. Klippel, A., & Montello, D. R. (2007). Linguistic and nonlinguistic turn direction concepts. In S. Winter, B. Kuipers, M. Duckham, & L. Kulik (Eds.), Spatial Information Theory. 9th International Conference, COSIT 2007, Melbourne, Australia, September 19-23, 2007 Proceedings (pp. 354–372). Berlin: Springer.
    Best Paper Award

    pdf (prefinal draft) / springer
  29. Haque, S., Kulik, L., & Klippel, A. (2007). Algorithms for reliable navigation and wayfinding. In T. Barkowsky, M. Knauff, G. Ligozat & D. R. Montello (Eds.), Spatial Cognition V. Reasoning, Action, Interaction (pp. 308–326). Berlin: Springer.
    Best Paper Award

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  30. Richter, K.-F., & Klippel, A. (2007). Before or after: Prepositions in spatially constrained systems. In T. Barkowsky, M. Knauff, G. Ligozat & D. R. Montello (Eds.), Spatial Cognition V. Reasoning, Action, Interaction (pp. 453–469). Berlin: Springer.
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  31. Furlan, A., Baldwin, T., & Klippel, A. (2007). Landmark classification for route description generation. Proceedings of the Fourth ACL-SIGSEM Workshop on Prepositions, Prague, Czech Republic (pp. 9–16).
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  32. Hommel, B., & Klippel, A. (2007). Embodying spatial maps. In H. Schultheis, T. Barkowsky, B. Kuipers, & B. Hommel (Eds.), AAAI Spring Symposium 2007 on Control Mechanisms for Spatial Knowledge Processing in Cognitive / Intelligent Systems. AAAI Press.
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  33. Hansen*, S., Richter, K.-F., & Klippel, A. (2006). Landmarks in OpenLS: A data structure for cognitive ergonomic route directions. In M. Raubal, H. J. Miller, A. U. Frank, & M. F. Goodchild (Eds.), Geographic Information Science, 4th International Conference, GIScience 2006, Münster, Germany, September 20-23, 2006, Proceedings (pp. 128–144). Berlin: Springer.
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  34. Klippel, A. Richter, K.-F., and Hansen, S. (2005): Wayfinding choreme maps. In: Bres, S.; Laurini, R. (Hg.): 8th International Conference on VISual Information Systems (VISUAL 2005). Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 4-5, 2005 (pp. 94-108). Berlin: Springer.
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  35. Klippel, A., & Winter, S. (2005). Structural salience of landmarks for route directions. In A. G. Cohn & D. M. Mark (Eds.), Spatial Information Theory. International Conference, COSIT 2005, Ellicottville, NY, USA, September 14-18, 2005, Proceedings (pp. 347-362). Berlin: Springer.
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  36. Klippel, A., Hansen, S., Davies, J., & Winter, S. (2005). A high-level cognitive framework for route directions. In Proceedings of the SSC 2005 Spatial Intelligence, Innovation and Praxis: The National Biennial Conference of the Spatial Science Institute, September 2005. Melbourne.
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  37. Klippel, A., Richter, K.-F., Barkowsky, T., & Freksa, C. (2005). The cognitive reality of schematic maps. In A. Zipf, T. Reichenbacher & L. Meng (Eds.), Map-based Mobile Services – Theories, Methods and Implementations (57-71). Berlin: Springer
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  38. Klippel, A., Lee, P. U., Fabrikant, S. I., Montello, D. R., & Bateman, J. (2005). The cognitive conceptual approach as a leitmotif for map design. In AAAI 2005 Spring Symposium Series, Reasoning with Mental and External Diagrams: Computational Modeling and Spatial Assistance, Stanford University, California, March 21-23, 2005.AAAI Press.
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  39. Lee, P. U., & Klippel, A. (2005). Dynamic aspects of spatial information in air traffic controller displays. In AAAI 2005 Spring Symposium Series, Reasoning with Mental and External Diagrams: Computational Modeling and Spatial Assistance, Stanford University, California, March 21-23, 2005. AAAI Press.
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  40. Klippel, A., Knuf, L., Hommel, B., & Freksa, C. (2005). Perceptually induced distortions in cognitive maps. In C. Freksa, M. Knauff & B. Krieg-Brueckner (Eds.),Spatial Cognition IV. Reasoning, Action, and Interaction: International Conference Spatial Cognition 2004, Frauenchiemsee, Germany, October 11-13, 2004, Revised Selected Papers (pp. 204-213). Berlin: Springer.
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  41. Richter, K.-F., & Klippel, A. (2005). A model for context-specific route directions. In C. Freksa, M. Knauff & B. Krieg-Brueckner (Eds.), Spatial Cognition IV. Reasoning, Action, and Interaction: International Conference Spatial Cognition 2004, Frauenchiemsee, Germany, October 11-13, 2004, Revised Selected Papers (pp. 58-78). Berlin: Springer.
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  42. Klippel, A., Dewey, C., Knauff, M., Richter, K.-F., Montello, D. R., Freksa, C., et al. (2004). Direction concepts in wayfinding assistance. In J. Baus, C. Kray & R. Porzel (Eds.), Workshop on Artificial Intelligence in Mobile Systems 2004 (AIMS’04) (pp. 1-8). Saarbrücken: SFB 378 Memo 84.
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  43. Klippel, A., Tappe, H., & Habel, C. (2003). Pictorial representations of routes: chunking route segments during comprehension. In C. Freksa, W. Brauer, C. Habel & K. F. Wender (Eds.), Spatial Cognition III. Routes and Navigation, Human Memory and Learning, Spatial Representation and Spatial Learning (pp. 11-33). Berlin: Springer.
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  44. Klippel, A. (2003). Wayfinding choremes. In W. Kuhn, M. Worboys & S. Timpf (Eds.), Spatial Information Theory: Foundations of Geographic Information Science. Conference on Spatial Information Theory (COSIT) 2003 (pp. 320-334). Berlin: Springer.
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  45. Lee, P. U., Klippel, A., & Tappe, H. (2003). The effect of motion in graphical user interfaces. In A. Butz, A. Krüger & P. Olivier (Eds.), Smart Graphics. Third International Symposium, SG 2003, Heidelberg, Germany, July2-4, 2003, Proceedings (pp. 12-21). Berlin: Springer.
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  46. Klippel, A., & Kulik, L. (2000). Using grids in maps. In M. Anderson, P. Cheng & V. Haarslev (Eds.), Theory and application of diagrams. First International Conference, Diagrams 2000, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, September 1-3, 2000 Proceedings (pp. 486-489). Berlin: Springer.
  47. Casakin, H., Barkowsky, T., Klippel, A., & Freksa, C. (2000). Schematic maps as wayfinding aids. In C. Freksa, W. Brauer, C. Habel & K. F. Wender (Eds.), Spatial Cognition II – Integrating Abstract Theories, Empirical Studies, Formal Methods, and Practical Applications (pp. 54-71). Berlin: Springer.
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  48. Kulik, L., & Klippel, A. (1999). Reasoning about cardinal directions using grids as qualitative geographic coordinates. In C. Freksa & D. M. Mark (Eds.), Spatial information theory – Cognitive and computational foundations of geographic information science (pp. 205-220). Berlin: Springer.
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  49. Klippel, A. (1999). Relaxierte Lokalisation – Kognitive Implikationen schematischer Karten. In I. Wachsmuth & B. Jung (Eds.), KogWis99 – Proceedings der 4. Fachtagung der Gesellschaft für Kognitionswissenschaft, Bielefeld, 28. September – 1. Oktober 1999 (pp. 49-54). Sankt Augustin: Infix.

 

OTHER BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Klippel, A. (2010). Wayfinding. In B. Warf (Ed.), Encyclopedia of geography (pp. 3079–3081). Los Angeles: SAGE Publications.
  2. Klippel, A. (2010). Mental maps. In B. Warf (Ed.), Encyclopedia of geography (pp. 1881–1883). Los Angeles: SAGE Publications.
  3. Klippel, A. (2007). Mental map. In Kemp, K. K. (Ed) Encyclopedia of Geographic Information Science. Los Angeles: SAGE Publications.
  4. Klippel, A. (2001/2002). Fachauthor: Themengebiet Raumkognition (Author for topic: Spatial Cognition). In J. Bollmann &. G.W. Koch (Eds.), Lexikon der Kartographie und Geomatik. Heidelberg: Spektrum Verlag.
    [Provided keyworks: Naive Geography, Landmark, Landmark Knowledge, Spatial Knowledge, Survey Knowledge, Route Knowledge, Granularity, Image Schemata, Decision Point, Sketch Map, Spatial Cognition, Cognitive Distance, Spatial Problem Solving, Spatial Concept, Cognitive Map, Reference System, Spatial Reasoning, Qualitative Spatial Reasoning, Spatial Relation, Cognitive Direction, Wayfinding, Mental Model, Mental Representation, External Representation, Cognitive Science, Vista Space, Figural Space.]

 

OTHER REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

  1. Wallgrün, J. O., Huang, J., Zhao, J., Masrur, A., & Klippel, A. (2017, in print). A framework for low-cost multi-platform VR and AR site experiences. The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences.
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  2. Oprean, D., Wallgrün, J. O., Duarte, J., Pereira, D., Zhao, J., & Klippel, A. (2017). Developing and evaluating VR field trips. In P. Fogliaroni, A. Ballatore, & E. Clementini (Eds.), Proceedings of Workshops and Posters at 13th International Conference on Spatial Information Theory (COSIT 2017) (pp. 105–110). Berlin: Springer.
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  3. Klippel, A., Wallgrün, J. O., Mast, V., Tenbrink, T., & Wolter, D. (2014). The CatFramework for spatial semantics. 10th International Symposium of Cognition, Logic and Communication. 12-13 September 2014, University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia. (extended abstract)
  4. Mark, D. M., Klippel, A., & Wallgrün, J. O. (2014). An upper-level taxonomy for the common-sense geographic domain. GIScience (extended abstracts).
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  5. Wallgrün, J. O., Klippel, A., & Mark, D. M. (2014). A new approach to cluster validation in human studies on (geo)spatial concepts. GIScience (extended abstracts).
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  6. Sparks, K., Klippel, A., Wallgrün, J. O., & Mark, D. M. (2014). Crowdsourcing landscape perceptions to validate land cover classifications. GIScience (extended abstracts).
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  7. Xu, S., & Klippel, A. (2012). Developing nearness models from geocoding spatial entities in a news corpus. In GIScience 2012, extended abstracts.
  8. Li, R., Klippel, A., Liben, L. S., & Christensen, A. (2011). The impact of environmental qualities and individual differences on spatial orientation in a mobile context. In K. Janowicz, M. Raubal, A. Krüger, & C. Keßler (Eds.), Workshop on Cognitive Engineering for Mobile GIS 2011. In conjunction with the Conference on Spatial Information Theory (COSIT’11), Belfast, Maine, USA, September 12th 2011 (pp. 9–16). CEUR Workshop Proceedings.
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  9. Klippel, A., Xu, S., Li, R., & Yang, J. (2011). Spatial event language across domains. In J. Hois, R. J. Ross, J. Kelleher, & J. Bateman (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Computational models of Spatial Language Interpretation (CosLI-2) (pp. 40–47).
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  10. Hardisty, F., & Klippel, A. (2010). Open source geovisual analytics. In GIS-Pro 2010: URISA’s 48th Annual Conference for GIS Professionals, September 28 – October 1, Orlando, Florida . (abstract)
  11. Xu, S., Jaiswal, A., Zhang, X., Klippel, A., Mitra, P., & MacEachren, A. M. (2010). From data collection to analysis – exploring regional linguistic variation in route directions by spatially-stratified web sampling. In R. J. Ross, J. Hois, & J. Kelleher (Eds.), Computational Models of Spatial Language Interpretation (CoSLI) Workshop at Spatial Cognition 2010, Mt. Hood, Oregon. (pp. 49–52).
  12. Xu, S., Klippel, A., MacEachren, A. M., Mitra, P., Turton, I., Zhang, X., & Jaiswal, A. (2010). Exploring regional variation in spatial language – a case study on spatial orientation with spatiallystratified web-sampled documents. In D. N. Rapp (Ed.), Spatial Cognition 2010. Poster Presentations (SFB/TR 8 Report No. 024-07/2010, pp. 91–94). Bremen / Freiburg.
  13. Yang, J., & Klippel, A. (2010). Assessing the cognitive adequacy of topological calculi in scaling movements. In D. N. Rapp (Ed.), Spatial Cognition 2010. Poster Presentations (SFB/TR 8 Report No. 024-07/2010, pp. 95–98). Bremen / Freiburg.
  14. Li, R., & Klippel, A. (2010). The differences of space syntax methods on explaining wayfinding behaviors: A preliminary comparison. In D. N. Rapp (Ed.), Spatial Cognition 2010. Poster Presentations (SFB/TR 8 Report No. 024-07/2010, pp. 58–61). Bremen / Freiburg.
  15. Li, R., & Klippel, A. (2010). Using formal descriptions of environments to understand wayfinding behaviors: the differences between methods. In Workshop of Environmental Modeling: Using Space Syntax in Spatial Cognition Research held at International Conference on Spatial Cognition 2010, Mt. Hood, Oregon, August 15, 2010.
  16. Klippel, A. (2010). Topology – The Rosetta Stone of Geographic Event conceptualization? Exploring the Influence of Domain Semantics on the Salience of Topological Relations. In Las Navas 2010: 20th Anniversary Meeting on Cognitive and Linguistic Aspects of Geographic Space. Las Navas del Marques, Avila, Spain, July 5 – 9, 2010.
  17. Wu, A., Zhang, X., Carroll, J. M., & Klippel, A. (2010). Sensemaking in the space: An alternative design perspective for mobile navigation systems. In Proceedings of the iSchools 2010 Conference. Urbana Champaign, Illinois, USA, feb 03 – 06, 2010 (pp. 570–571).
  18. Klippel, A. (2009). A chorematic approach to characterizing movement patterns. In B. Gottfried, N. van der Weghe, R. Billen, & P. de Maeyer (Eds.), Behaviour Monitoring and Interpretation – BMI’09 Studying Moving Objects in a three-dimensional world. Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on Behaviour Monitoring and Interpretation (BMI’09) Ghent, Belgium, November 3, 2009 (pp. 2–14). CEUR Workshop Proceedings.
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  19. Klippel, A., Li, R., Wu, A., & Zhang, X. (2008). Interactive, multiscale you-are-here maps. In A. Klippel & S. C. Hirtle (Eds.), You-Are-Here Maps: Creating a Sense of Place through Map-like Representations. Workshop held in conjunction with the International Conference Spatial Cognition 2008, September 15-19, 2008, Freiburg, Germany (pp. 11–20).
  20. Klippel, A., & Weaver, C. (2008). Analyzing behavioral similarity measures in linguistic and non-linguistic conceptualization of spatial information and the question of individual differences. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Information Semantics and its Implications for Geographic Analysis.
  21. Klippel, A., MacEachren, A. M., Mitra, P., Turton, I., Jaiswal, A., & Soon, K., et al. (2008). Wayfinding choremes 2.0: Conceptual primitives as a basis for translating natural into formal language. In N. van der Weghe, R. Billen, B. Kuijpers, & P. Bogaert (Eds.), Moving Objects: From Natural to Formal Language. Workshop held in conjunction with GIScience 2008, Park City, Utah.
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  22. Klippel, A., MacEachren, A. M., Mitra, P., Turton, I., Zhang, X., Jaiswal, A., et al. (2008). Geographic analysis of linguistically encoded movement patterns: A contextualized perspective. In T. J. Cova, H. J. Miller, K. Beard, A. U. Frank, & M. F. Goodchild (Eds.), Geographic information science. 5th international conference, GIScience 2008, Park City, Utah, September 23-26, 2008. Extended Abstracts (pp. 113–117).
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  23. Klippel, A., Worboys, M., & Duckham, M. (2006). Conceptual neighborhood blindness – On the cognitive adequacy of gradual topological changes: Spatial Cognition 2006 Workshop: Talking about and perceiving moving objects: exploring the bridge between natural language, perception and formal ontologies of space. Bremen, Germany.
  24. Klippel, A., Richter, K.-F., & Hansen, S. (2005). Structural salience as a landmark. In MOBILE MAPS 2005 – Interactivity and Usability of Map-based Mobile Services. Workshop at MobileHCI, Salzburg 2005. (extended abstract)
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  25. Klippel, A., Tenbrink, T., & Montello, D. R. (2005). Beyond left, right, and straight: How speakers disambiguate route directions. In Australian Linguistic Society Conference 2005, Melbourne. (abstract)
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  26. Tenbrink, T., & Klippel, A. (2005). Achieving reference via contrast in route descriptions and spatial object identification. The 21st Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics. (abstract)
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  27. Klippel, A., & Montello, D. R. (2004). On the robustness of mental conceptualizations of turn direction concepts. In M. J. Egenhofer, C. Freksa & H. Miller (Eds.), GIScience 2004. The Thrid International Conference on Geogrpahic Information Science, October 20-23, 2004, University of Maryland (pp. 139-141). Adelphi, Maryland, U.S.A.: Regents of the University of California.
  28. Klippel, A., & Richter, K.-F. (2004). Chorematic focus maps. In G. Gartner (Ed.), Location Based Services & Telecartography. Proceedings of the Symposium 2004 (pp. 39-45). Wien, Austria.
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  29. Richter, K.-F., Klippel, A., & Freksa, C. (2004). Shortest, Fastest, – but what Next? A Different Approach to Route Directions. In Geoinformation und Mobilität – von der Forschung zur praktischen Anwendung. Beiträge zu den Münsteraner GI-Tagen 2004 (pp. 205-217). Münster: IfGIprints. Institut für Geoinformatik.
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  30. Klippel, A. (2003). Wayfinding Choremes. In Proceedings of the 45. Conference of Experimentally Working Psychologists (TeaP) 2003, Kiel. (abstract)
  31. Richter, K.-F., & Klippel, A. (2002). You-are-here-maps: Wayfinding support as location based service. In J. Möltgen & A. Wytzisk (Eds.), GI-Technologien für Verkehr und Logistik. Beiträge zu den Münsteraner GI-Tagen 20./21. Juni 2002 (pp. 357-364): IfGIprints, 13: Münster.
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  32. Lee, P.U., Tappe, H., and Klippel, A. (2002). Acquisition of landmark knowledge from static and dynamic presentation of route maps. In W. Gray & C. Schunn (Eds.), Proceedings of the twenty-fourth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (p. 1017). Fairfax, Virginia.
  33. Klippel, A. & Tappe, H. (2002). Pieces of information. Combining route elements to sensible chunks. In E. van der Meer, R. Beyer, F. Krüger, A. Nuthmann, and S. Schulz (Eds.), Proceedings of the 43. Conference of the DGP (German Society of Psychology). Berlin: Pabst.
  34. Klippel, A. & Tappe, H. (2001). Conceptual spatial representations in language and graphics (pp. 117-118). In T. Arnold & C.S. Herrmann (Eds.), Cognitive Systems & Mechanisms. KogWis 2001. 5th meeting of the German Cognitive Science Society. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag.
  35. Tappe, H., Klippel, A. & Habel, C. (2001). On abstract spatial representations underlying language and sketch-map production. Proceedings of the Eighth European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition. EWIC 2001, Palais du Grand Large, Saint-Malo, France.
  36. Klippel, A. (2000). Representing qualitative spatial knowledge in schematic maps. In S. Winter (Ed.), Geographical Domain and Geographical Information Systems. Vienna: GeoInfo Series Vol. 19. Institute for Geoinformation, Vienna University of Technology.
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  1. Laube, P., Gottfried, B., Klippel, A., Billen, R., & van de Weghe, N. (2011). Report on the first workshop on movement pattern analysis MPA10. Journal of Spatial Information Science, (2), 127–133.

  2. Yang, J., Li, R., & Klippel, A. (2011). Assessing the cognitive adequacy of topological caculi – scaling vs. translation. In Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Seattle, Washington.

  3. Xu, S., & Klippel, A. (2011). Suggesting salient landmarks for route directions based on a web sampled route direction corpus. In Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Seattle, Washington.
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  5. Klippel, A., Robinson, A. C., & Hardisty, F. (2011). Explorations in geographic event language. In Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Seattle, Washington.
  6. Guidero, E., Roth, R. E., Robinson, A. C., & Klippel, A. (2011). Representing change using point symbols. In Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Seattle, Washington.
  7. Roth, R. E., Finch, B. G., Blanford, J. I., Klippel, A., Robinson, A. C., & MacEachren, A. M. (2010). The card sorting method for map symbol design. In Proceedings of the 2010 International Symposium on Automated Cartography (AutoCarto). Orlando, FL: November 18.
  8. Klippel, A. (2010). Topological equivalence classes: Searching for the Rosetta stone of spatial cognition. In Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Washington, DC.
  9. Xu, S., Klippel, A., MacEachren, A. M., Mitra, P., Turton, I., Zhang, X., & Jaiswal, A. (2010). Studying spatial language 2.0: analyzing motion-descriptive language by spatially stratified web sampling. In Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Washington, DC.
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