"Events are our units of perception; indeed, they are our very units of existence."
Cutting, 1981



Publications

  1. Klippel, A. (accepted). Spatial information theory meets spatial thinking - Is topology the Rosetta Stone of spatial cognition? Annals of the Association of American Geographers.
  2. Klippel, A. (accepted). Movement choremes: Bridging cognitive understanding and formal characterization of movement patterns. TopiCS.
  3. Klippel, A., Xu, S., Li, R., & Yang, J. (2011, in press). Spatial event language across domains. In Workshop on Computational Models for Spatial Language Interpretation and Generation (CoSLI-2).
  4. Klippel, A., Hardisty, F., & Li, R. (2011). Interpreting spatial patterns: An inquiry into formal and cognitive aspects of Tobler's first law of geography. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. (September 2011 issue, DOI:10.1080/00045608.2011.577364)
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  5. Li, R., Klippel, A., & Yang, J. (2011). Geographic event conceptualization: Where spatial and cognitive sciences meet. In L. A. Carlson, C. Hölscher, & T. F. Shipley (Eds.), Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.
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  6. Roth, R. E., Finch, B. G., Blanford, J. I., Klippel, A., Robinson, A. C., & MacEachren, A. M. (2011). The card sorting method for map symbol design. Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 38(2), 89-99.
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  7. Klippel, A., Weaver, C., & Robinson, A. (2011). Analyzing cognitive conceptualizations using interactive visual environments. Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 38(1), 52-68.
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  8. Laube, P., Gottfried, B., Klippel, A., Billen, R., & van de Weghe, N. (2011). Report on the first workshop on movement pattern analysis MPA10. Journal of Spatial Information Science, (2), 127–133.

  9. Hardisty, F., & Klippel, A. (2010). Analysing spatio-temporal autocorrelation with LISTA-Viz. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 24(10), 1515-1526.
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  10. Gottfried, B., Laube, P., A. Klippel, A., van de Weghe, N., and R. Billen, (Eds.) (2010). Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Movement Pattern Analysis, MPA'10, Zurich, Switzerland, September 14, 2010: CEUR Workshop Proceedings.
    CEUR
  11. Hardisty, F., & Klippel, A. (2010). Analysing spatio-temporal autocorrelation with LISTA-Viz. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 24(10), 1515-1526.
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  12. Klippel, A., Li, R., Hardisty, F., & Weaver, C. (2010). Cognitive invariants of geographic event conceptualization: What matters and what refines. In S. I. Fabrikant, T. Reichenbacher, M. van Krefeld, & C. Schlieder (Eds.), Sixth International Conference, GIScience 2010 Zürich, Switzerland, Sep. 14-17 2010, Proceedings (pp. 130–144). Berlin: Springer.
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  13. Klippel, A. (2009). A chorematic approach to characterizing movement patterns. In B. Gottfried, N. van der Weghe, R. Billen, & P. de Maeyer (Eds.), Behaviour Monitoring and Interpretation - BMI'09 Studying Moving Objects in a three-dimensional world. Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on Behaviour Monitoring and Interpretation (BMI'09) Ghent, Belgium, November 3, 2009 (pp. 2–14). CEUR Workshop Proceedings.
  14. Klippel, A. (2009). Topologically Characterized Movement Patterns: A Cognitive Assessment. Spatial Cognition and Computation, 9(4), 233–261.
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  15. Klippel, A., & Li, R. (2009). The endpoint hypothesis: A topological-cognitive assessment of geographic scale movement patterns. In K. Stewart Hornsby, C. Claramunt, M. Denis, & G. Ligozat (Eds.), Spatial Information Theory, 9th International Conference, COSIT 2009, Aber Wrac'h, France, September 21-25, 2009 Proceedings (pp. 177–194). Berlin: Springer.
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    Senior best paper presentation award

Related publications

Klippel, A., Worboys, M., & Duckham, M. (2008). Identifying factors of geographic event conceptualisation. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 22(2), 183–204.
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Klippel, A., & Montello, D. R. (2007). Linguistic and nonlinguistic turn direction concepts. In S. Winter, B. Kuipers, M. Duckham, & L. Kulik (Eds.), Spatial Information Theory. 9th International Conference, COSIT 2007, Melbourne, Australia, September 19-23, 2007 Proceedings (pp. 354–372). Berlin: Springer.
Best paper award
pdf (prefinal draft) / springer