Advances in Cartography and GIScience. Volume 2: Selection from ICC 2011, Paris

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Anne Ruas
Springer Science & Business Media, May 2, 2011 - Science - 488 pages
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This book is comprised of a selection of the best papers presented during the 25th International Cartography Conference which was held in Paris between 3rd and 8th July 2011. The scope of the conference covers all fields of relevant GIS and Mapping research subjects, such as geovisualization, semiotics, SDI, standards, data quality, data integration, generalization, use and user issues, spatio-temporal modelling and analysis, open source technologies and web services, digital representation of historical maps, history of GIS and cartography as well as cartography for school children and education.

 

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Contents

Updating Research on Chernoff Faces for School Cartography
3
The Production of Maps for Students in the Context of School Culture
21
a social Issue
34
pedagogical Approach in developing youngsters Capabilities and Understanding in GIS
49
The Methodological Advantages of using Web Server in Teaching GIS
73
exploration digitalization access an analysis
83
supporting Excavation Site Research
85
Virtual Recreation of the Monroy Roman Villa Extremadura Spain
108
a Representation of human Culture and alien Landscapes
275
A New Version of the Multilingual Glossary of Planetary Cartography
289
Cartographic Support of a New Landing Site for PhobosGrunt Mission
296
Making GeoInformation from Image Analysis
302
Evaluation of the spatial Dynamics of Great Oran Algeria using spatial Imagery and GIS
303
50000 Scale from Satellite Imagery using CARTOSAT1
321
3D Topographic Mapping using TerraSARX Elevation
333
Terrain Mapping and Analysis
355

a web platform to integrate historical geographic data into current georeferenced frameworks
117
Digital Processing and 3D Modelling of an 18th Century scenographic Map of Bologna
129
the first Step in the Implementation of the Web CARTE System
147
A Method for the Visual Representation of Historic Multivariate Point Data
162
Concepts and Contents
179
Cartographic and Military Operations and the International Borders in the Libyan Desert before WW II
187
Map Projection
206
Optimising the Distortions of sinusoidal elliptical composite Projections
209
Using Empirical Map Projections for Modeling Early Nautical Charts
226
Planet and Space Cartography
248
Requirements for Planetary Symbology in Geographic Information Systems
249
Source Data Processing and cartographic Interpretation
267
An Influence of Spatial Range of Input Data set on Terrain Relief form Classification Homogeneity for Glacial Area
357
Accuracy Assessment of ASTER GDEM in North Shaanxi
370
DEM based Terrain Factor of Soil Erosion at regional Scale and Soil Erosion Mapping
383
Urban Growth Traffic Epidemiology and Language Locations
396
Urban Growth Modeling with Road Network Expansion and Land Use Development
397
Conception of a GISPlatform to simulate urban densification based on the analysis of topographic data
413
Realistic Road Modelling for Driving Simulators using GIS Data
431
Modeling and Mapping TrafficCongested Corridors for Statewide Decision Support
449
How to Map out the Routes of Walkers in a Forestry Environment Considered to be of Risk ?
457
Estimation of the Locations of the LanguageVersions of Wikipedia a Case Study on Geographic Data Mining
471
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