Topic: Literatur

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H. Blockeel, L. De Raedt, N. Jacobs and B. Demoen, Scaling up ILP by learning from interpretations (1999), in: Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, 3:1(59--93)
M. Denis and S. M. Kosslyn, Scanning visual mental images: A window on the mind. (1999), in: Cahiers Psychologiques Cognitives, 18(409--465)
Christian Freksa, Reinhard Moratz and Thomas Barkowsky, Schematic maps for robot navigation, International Computer Science Institute Report TR-99-021, Berkeley, California, 1999
  • []: published as: Spatial cognition II – integrating abstract theories, empirical studies, formal models, and practical applications, LNAI 1849, 100-114, Springer, Berlin 2000
Christian Freksa, Spatial aspects of task-specific wayfinding maps: A representation-theoretic perspective, in: Visual and Spatial Reasoning in Design, pages 15-32, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, 1999
J. Stam, Stable fluids (1999), in: Proceedings of the 26th annual conference on Computer graphics and interactive techniques(121{\~n}128)
Sharon Oviatt, Ten myths of multimodal interaction (1999), in: Commun. ACM, 42:11(74--81)
John Robert Anderson and Lynne M. Reder, The fan effect: new results and new theories (1999), in: Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 128(186 - 197)
V. Boor, M. H. Overmars and A. F. van der Stappen, The Gaussian sampling strategy for probabilistic roadmap planners, in: Proceedings IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 1999
Molly E. Sorrows and Stephen C. Hirtle, The nature of landmarks for real and electronic spaces, in: Spatial information theory. Cognitive and computational foundations of geopraphic information science (COSIT), pages 37-50, Springer, 1999
Michael J. O'Neill, Theory and Research in Design of 'You Are Here' Maps, in: Visual Information for Everyday Use - Design and Research Perspectives, pages 225--238, Taylor \& Francis, 1999
Barbara Tversky, Paul Lee and Scott Mainwaring, Why do speakers mix perspectives? (1999), in: Spatial cognition and computation, 1(399--412)
A. D. Baddeley and R. H. Logie, Working memory: The multiple component model., in: Models of working memory, Cambridge University Press, 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