Ekaterina Egorova
Ekaterina Egorova
UCSB Centre for Spatial Studies, Swiss National Science Foundation Postdoc Mobility Grant
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TitleCited byYear
Where snow is a landmark: route direction elements in alpine contexts
E Egorova, T Tenbrink, RS Purves
International Conference on Spatial Information Theory, 175-195, 2015
112015
More than a list: what outdoor free listings of landscape categories reveal about commonsense geographic concepts and memory search strategies
FM Wartmann, E Egorova, C Derungs, DM Mark, RS Purves
International Conference on Spatial Information Theory, 224-243, 2015
62015
Fictive motion in the context of mountaineering
E Egorova, T Tenbrink, RS Purves
Spatial Cognition & Computation 18 (4), 259-284, 2018
52018
“The Ridge Went North”: Did the Observer Go as Well? Corpus-driven Investigation of Fictive Motion
E Egorova, G Boo, RS Purves
International Conference on GIScience Short Paper Proceedings 1 (1), 2016
52016
Fictive motion extraction and classification
E Egorova, L Moncla, M Gaio, C Claramunt, RS Purves
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 32 (11), 2247-2271, 2018
22018
Spatial Discourse Production: Applying Denis’s Framework to Non-Urban Context
E Egorova
German Conference on Spatial Cognition, 134-148, 2018
12018
From text to space: spatial discourse in alpine route directions and narratives
E Egorova
University of Zurich, 2018
12018
Cross-Corpora Analysis of Spatial Language: The Case of Fictive Motion (Short Paper)
E Egorova, N Aflaki, CKM Fagundes, K Stock
14th International Conference on Spatial Information Theory (COSIT 2019), 2019
2019
An automatic extraction method of static and dynamic spatial contexts from texts
L Moncla, M Gaio, E Egorova, C Claramunt
2018
New and Given Information in Alpine Route Directions
E Egorova
International Conference on Spatial Information Theory, 45-47, 2017
2017
Frame-Relative Constructions in the Description of Motion
E Egorova, RS Purves
International Conference on Spatial Information Theory, 227-233, 2017
2017
He Tatai Whenua: Automated Extraction of Landscape Terms and their Meanings in New Zealand Maori
K Stock, HW Morris, M Forster, R Paraku, E Egorova
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