Daniel R. Montello
First name(s): Daniel R.
Last name(s): Montello

Publications of Daniel R. Montello
Christian Freksa and Holger Schultheis, Three ways of using space, in: Space in Mind: Concepts for Spatial Learning and Education, pages 31 -- 48, MIT Press, 2014
Joana Hois, Michael Wünstel, John A. Bateman and Thomas Röfer, Dialog-Based 3D-Image Recognition Using a Domain Ontology, in: Spatial Cognition V: Reasoning, Action, Interaction, International Conference Spatial Cognition 2006, pages 107-126, Springer-Verlag Heidelberg, 2008
Shazia Haque, Lars Kulik and Alexander Klippel, Algorithms for Reliable Navigation and Wayfinding, in: Spatial Cognition V - Reasoning, Action, Interaction, pages 308-326, Springer, 2007
Kai-Florian Richter and Alexander Klippel, Before or After: Prepositions in Spatially Constrained Systems, in: Spatial Cognition V - Reasoning, Action, Interaction, pages 453-469, Springer; Berlin, 2007
Samvith Srinivas and Stephen C. Hirtle, Knowledge Based Schematization of Routes, in: Spatial Cognition V Reasoning, Action, Interaction, pages 346-364, Springer, 2007
Jan Oliver Wallgrün, Lutz Frommberger, Diedrich Wolter, Frank Dylla and Christian Freksa, Qualitative spatial representation and reasoning in the SparQ toolbox, in: Spatial Cognition V: Reasoning, Action, Interaction, pages 39-58, Springer; Heidelberg, 2007
Holger Schultheis, Sven Bertel, Thomas Barkowsky and Inessa Seifert, The Spatial and the Visual in Mental Spatial Reasoning: An Ill-Posed Distinction, in: Spatial Cognition V - Reasoning, Action, Interaction, pages 191 - 209, Springer Verlag; 14197 Berlin; http://www.springeronline.com, 2007
Thora Tenbrink and Jan Wiener, Wayfinding Strategies in Behavior and Language: A Symmetric and Interdisciplinary Approach to Cognitive Processes, in: Spatial Cognition V: Reasoning, Action, Interaction, pages 401--420, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2007
Alexander Klippel and Daniel R. Montello, On the robustness of mental conceptualizations of turn direction concepts, in: GIScience 2004. The Third International Conference on Geographic Information Science, pages 139-141, Regents of the University of California; Maryland, USA, 2004
H. Joe Steinhauer, Tom Wiese, Christian Freksa and Thomas Barkowsky, Recognition of abstract regions in cartographic maps, in: Spatial Information Theory, pages 306-321, Springer, Berlin, 2001
Pierre-Emmanuel Michon and Michel Denis, When and Why are Visual Landmarks Used in Giving Directions?, in: Spatial Information Theory. Cognitive and Computational Foundations of Geopraphic Information Science, International Conference COSIT, pages 400--414, Springer, 2001
Kristin L. Lovelace, Mary Hegarty and Daniel R. Montello, Elements of Good Route Directions in Familiar and Unfamiliar Environments, in: Spatial Information Theory. Cognitive and computational foundations of geopraphic information science (COSIT), pages 65-82, Springer, Berlin, 1999
Daniel R. Montello, A New Framework for Understanding the Acquistion of Spatial Knowledge in Large-Scale Environments, in: Spatial and Temporal Reasoning in Geographic Information Systems, pages 143--154, Oxford University Press, 1998
Daniel R. Montello, Scale and multiple psychologies of space, in: Spatial information theory: A theoretical basis for GIS, pages 312-321, Springer, 1993
Daniel R. Montello, The Geometry of Environmental Knowledge, in: Theories and Methods of Spatio-Temporal Reasoning in Geographic Space, pages 136--152, Springer, 1992
Clark C. Presson and Daniel R. Montello, Points of Reference in Spatial Cognition: Stalking the Elusive Landmark (1988), in: British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 6:4(378--381)