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Editorial vi cross-linguistic issues in spatial language; sign language and spatial cognition; gestural analysis and multimodal interfaces; visualization and spatial cognition; navigation and orientation in virtual environments and hypermedia. In perusing the list of topics, it becomes clear that Spatial Cognition and Computation will encompass a large body of topics from a variety of disci- plinary perspectives. The ability to develop such an approach is critical for the next century, when spatial information will become ubiquitous. Techno- logical developments in global positioning systems, geographic information systems, cellular telephony, personal digital assistants and other related tech- nologies, will no doubt lead to a marked increase in the amount of spatial information available on a daily basis. New questions about the application of these technologies will require both an understanding of cognitive principles and the development of new computational algorithms. Spatial Cognition and Computation will complement several other recent journals, including Geoinformatica, Geographical Systems, Visual Cognition and the Journal of Visual Languages and Computing to name a few, by providing an outlet for the description of basic research findings in cognition and computation of spatial processes. We encourage the submission of articles on any topic on spatial cognition or spatial computation. Due http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Spatial Cognition and Computation Springer Journals
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Publisher
Kluwer Academic Publishers
Copyright
Copyright © 1999 by Kluwer Academic Publishers
Subject
Psychology; Cognitive Psychology
ISSN
1387-5868
eISSN
1573-9252
D.O.I.
10.1023/A:1010048604857
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vi cross-linguistic issues in spatial language; sign language and spatial cognition; gestural analysis and multimodal interfaces; visualization and spatial cognition; navigation and orientation in virtual environments and hypermedia. In perusing the list of topics, it becomes clear that Spatial Cognition and Computation will encompass a large body of topics from a variety of disci- plinary perspectives. The ability to develop such an approach is critical for the next century, when spatial information will become ubiquitous. Techno- logical developments in global positioning systems, geographic information systems, cellular telephony, personal digital assistants and other related tech- nologies, will no doubt lead to a marked increase in the amount of spatial information available on a daily basis. New questions about the application of these technologies will require both an understanding of cognitive principles and the development of new computational algorithms. Spatial Cognition and Computation will complement several other recent journals, including Geoinformatica, Geographical Systems, Visual Cognition and the Journal of Visual Languages and Computing to name a few, by providing an outlet for the description of basic research findings in cognition and computation of spatial processes. We encourage the submission of articles on any topic on spatial cognition or spatial computation. Due

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Spatial Cognition and ComputationSpringer Journals

Published: Sep 30, 2004

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