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Personalizing routes

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Personalizing routes
Navigation services (e.g., in-car navigation systems and online mapping sites) compute routes between two locations to help users navigate. However, these routes may direct users along an unfamiliar path when a familiar path exists, or, conversely, may include redundant information that the user already knows. These overly complicated directions increase the cognitive load of the user, which may lead to a dangerous driving environment. We have developed a system, called MyRoute, that reduces route complexity by creating user specific routes based on a priori knowledge of familiar routes and landmarks. MyRoute works by compressing well known steps into a single contextualized step and rerouting users along familiar routes. ACM Classification H5.2 [Information interfaces and presentation]: User Interfaces. - Graphical user interfaces. General Terms Design, Human Factors
Kayur Patel, Mike Y. Chen, Ian E. Smith, James A.
Added 14 Jun 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where UIST
Authors Kayur Patel, Mike Y. Chen, Ian E. Smith, James A. Landay
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