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Routing by Landmarks. Proc. 6th Swiss Transport Research Conf. (STRC'06). Ascona, Year 2006.
Using ontologies for resolution of semantic heterogeneity in GIS. In Proceedings of 4th AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science, 385--395, Year 2001.
Multiple representations for cartographic objects in a multi-scale tree---an intelligent graphical zoom. In Computers & Graphics, (18) 6: 823--829, Pergamon, Year 1994.
Multi-scale representations - why do we need them and what tools exist in GIS?. ICC'97. Stockholm, Year 1997.
A conceptual model of wayfinding using multiple levels of abstraction. Theories and methods of spatio-temporal reasoning in geographic space. 348--367, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Year 1992.
Using hierarchical spatial data structures for hierarchical spatial reasoning. Spatial Information Theory A Theoretical Basis for GIS. 69--83, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Year 1997.
On the assessment of landmark salience for human navigation. In Cognitive processing, (9) 4: 249--267, Springer-Verlag, Year 2008.
Ontologies of Wayfinding: a traveler's perspective. In Networks and spatial economics, (2) 1: 9--33, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Year 2002.
Englisch or/oder Deutsch?. In KI, (30) 1: 1-3, Year 2016.
"Know thyselves" - Computational Self-Reflection in Collective Technical Systems . Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Self-optimisation in Autonomic and Organic Computing Systems (SAOS), co-located with ARCS'2016. Year 2016.
Abstraction, levels of detail, and hierarchies in map series. Spatial Information Theory. Cognitive and Computational Foundations of Geographic Information Science. 125--139, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Year 1999.

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