cognitive mapping

cognitive mapping

[¦käg·nəd·iv ′map·iŋ]
(psychology)
A group of mental processes that involve acquisition, coding, storing, manipulation, and recall of spatial information.
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This proposal suggests a new wayfinding paradigm Wayfinding Through Orientation that supports the acquisition of spatial knowledge and cognitive mapping for advancing the user s orientation.
Conceptually, the focus of such training is in supporting the development of appropriate orientation strategies to achieve efficient cognitive mapping of a space, and in applying that mapping during navigation.
360factors is a regulatory risk and compliance management software company that has developed a unique and innovative Environmental Management System using cognitive mapping technology.
In other words, wayfinding is the result of the interplay between human factors such as spatial orientation, cognitive mapping abilities, language, culture, gender and biology and environmental factors such as paths, nodes, landmarks, layout complexity and signs (Farr et al.
By integrating cognitive mapping with measuring attractiveness by a categorical based evaluation technique (MACBETH) (Bana e Costa, Vansnick 1994; Bana e Costa et al.
Cognitive mapping is known as a spatial problem-solving method, since it represents how people translate their environment into maps.
Section 3 addresses learning across disciplines, with material on the application of behavioral science and cognitive mapping in OPM research, and section 4 describes emerging approaches in OPM research, such as mixed methods research design and the use of critical systems thinking to manage research across paradigms.
The GIT X-Track LBS tracking system displays trackers' locations on an attractive, web-based cognitive mapping program.
In this paper, we show how cognitive mapping and measuring attractiveness by a categorical based evaluation technique (MACBETH) (Bana e Costa and Vansnick, 1994; Bana e Costa et al.
To address this gap, we conducted 30 interviews with CTOs of global firms, using a cognitive mapping approach to gain deeper insights into their core purpose and the related barriers and enablers that they encounter.
Two different approaches that we can explore include cognitive mapping and attribution theory.

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