Thora Tenbrink
Thora Tenbrink
Reader in Cognitive Linguistics, Bangor University, Wales
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Space, time, and the use of language: An investigation of relationships
T Tenbrink
Walter de Gruyter, 2008
A linguistic ontology of space for natural language processing
JA Bateman, J Hois, R Ross, T Tenbrink
Artificial Intelligence 174 (14), 1027-1071, 2010
Would you follow your own route description? Cognitive strategies in urban route planning
C Hölscher, T Tenbrink, JM Wiener
Cognition 121 (2), 228-247, 2011
Spatial reference in linguistic human-robot interaction: Iterative, empirically supported development of a model of projective relations
R Moratz, T Tenbrink
Spatial cognition and computation 6 (1), 63-107, 2006
Reference frames of space and time in language
T Tenbrink
Journal of pragmatics 43 (3), 704-722, 2011
Variable granularity in route directions
T Tenbrink, S Winter
Spatial Cognition & Computation 9 (1), 64-93, 2009
Cognitive modeling of spatial reference for human-robot interaction
R Moratz, K Fischer, T Tenbrink
International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools 10 (04), 589-611, 2001
Telling Rolland where to go: HRI dialogues on route navigation
H Shi, T Tenbrink
Spatial Language and Dialogue, 177-189, 2005
Spatial knowledge representation for human-robot interaction
R Moratz, T Tenbrink, J Bateman, K Fischer
International Conference on Spatial Cognition, 263-286, 2002
Cognitive discourse analysis: Accessing cognitive representations and processes through language data
T Tenbrink
Language and Cognition 7 (1), 98-137, 2015
The role of conceptual and linguistic ontologies in interpreting spatial discourse
J Bateman, T Tenbrink, S Farrar
Discourse Processes 44 (3), 175-212, 2007
Identifying objects on the basis of spatial contrast: An empirical study
T Tenbrink
International Conference on Spatial Cognition, 124-146, 2004
Group-based spatial reference in linguistic human-robot interaction
T Tenbrink, R Moratz
Proceedings of EuroCogSci 3, 325-330, 2003
Conversational topic connectedness predicted by Simplicity Theory.
JL Dessalles
CogSci, 2017
The verbalization of multiple strategies in a variant of the traveling salesperson problem
T Tenbrink, J Wiener
Cognitive processing 10 (2), 143-161, 2009
Route instructions in map-based human–human and human–computer dialogue: A comparative analysis
T Tenbrink, RJ Ross, KE Thomas, N Dethlefs, E Andonova
Journal of Visual Languages & Computing 21 (5), 292-309, 2010
Spatial strategies in the description of complex configurations
T Tenbrink, KR Coventry, E Andonova
Discourse Processes 48 (4), 237-266, 2011
Spatial language and dialogue
KR Coventry, T Tenbrink, J Bateman
OUP Oxford, 2009
Spatial strategies in human-robot communication
T Tenbrink, K Fischer, R Moratz
KI 16 (4), 19-23, 2002
Wayfinding and description strategies in an unfamiliar complex building
T Tenbrink, E Bergmann, L Konieczny
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 33 (33), 2011
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