Zhiyong ZhouLast updated on Apr 4, 2022
HiVG: A hierarchical indoor visibility-based graph for navigation guidance in multi-storey buildings
This study develops a hierarchical indoor data model from a route perspectve to enable the route instructions on multiple levels of detail in buildings.
Zhiyong Zhou, Robert Weibel, Kai-Florian Richter, Haosheng Huang
Indoor Landmark Selection for Route Communication: The Influence of Route-Givers’ Social Roles and Receivers’ Familiarity with the Environment.
This research investigated how these two factors influence landmark selection when communicating routes in indoor environments.
Zhiyong Zhou, Robert Weibel, Cheng Fu, Stephan Winter, Haosheng Huang
Familiarity-dependent computational modelling of indoor landmark selection for route communication: a ranking approach
The study introduces a LambdMART-based approach to select suitable landmarks for communicating with familiar and unfamiliar users in indoor environments.
Zhiyong Zhou, Robert Weibel, Haosheng Huang