Adaptation of Geographic Information Systems for Transportation, Volume 359

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National Academies Press, 1993 - Geographic information systems - 69 pages
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Provides an overview for applying the GIS concept to transportation (GIS-T).
 

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Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1
Introduction
9
POSITION PAPERS
17
Requirements for Effective EveryCitizen Interfaces
21
Current Status
71
Design and Evaluation
121
Communication and Collaboration
154
Agents and Systems Intelligence
180
SpokenLanguage Technology
279
Nomadicity Disability Access and the EveryCitizen
297
On Functions
307
Creating Interfaces Founded on Principles of Discourse
315
Digital Maps
322
Gathering and Integrating Information in the National
330
Integrating Audiences and Users
334
Resource Discovery and Resource Delivery
354

Conclusions and Recommendations
192
Bibliography
198
Trends in HumanComputer Interaction Research
221
On Interface Specifics
243
Interfaces for Understanding
252
Interspace and an EveryCitizen Interface to the National
260
Ordinary Citizens and the National Information
271
Research to Support Widespread Access to Digital
372
Supporting Learning in Communities of Practice
389
Electronic Access to Services for LowIncome Populations
403
On Key Processes
411
A Workshop Agenda and Participants
425
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