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Introduction to the Second International Symposium on Platial Information Science

Westerholt, Rene; Mocnik, Franz-Benjamin

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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;People &amp;lsquo;live&amp;rsquo; and constitute places every day through recurrent practices and experience. Our everyday lives, however, are complex, and so are places. In contrast to abstract space, the way people experience places includes a range of aspects like physical setting, meaning, and emotional attachment. This inherent complexity requires researchers to investigate the concept of place from a variety of viewpoints. The formal representation of place &amp;ndash; a major goal in GIScience related to place &amp;ndash; is no exception and can only be successfully addressed if we consider geographical, psychological, anthropological, sociological, cognitive, and other perspectives. This year&amp;rsquo;s symposium brings together place-based researchers from different disciplines to discuss the current state of platial research. Therefore, this volume contains contributions from a range of fields including geography, psychology, cognitive science, linguistics, and cartography.&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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