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Gartner, Georg

Progress in Cartography

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Table of contents

Part I. Cartographic Modelling and Design

1. A Displacement Method for Maps Showing Dense Sets of Points of Interest
Sarah Tauscher, Karl Neumann

2. Dynamic Cartography: A Concept for Multidimensional Point Symbols
Andrea Nass, Stephan Gasselt

3. Model of the Dynamic Labelling of Populated Places in Slovakia for the Purposes of the State Map Series
Jakub Straka, Marta Sojčáková, Róbert Fencík

4. Methodology for Automating the Cartometric Evaluation of Urban Topographic Maps of Brazil
Mônica Cristina Castro, Claudia Robbi Sluter

5. Cartographic Visualization of Historical Source Data on AtlasFontium.pl
Arkadiusz Borek, Tomasz Panecki

6. Pins or Points?—Challenges in Producing Cartographically Appealing Webmaps Within an Editorial Environment for LiD Online

Jana Moser, Sebastian Koslitz

Part II. Spatial Analysis and Geovisual Analytics

7. Structuring Relations between User Tasks and Interactive Tasks Using a Visual Problem-Solving Approach
Qiuju Zhang, Menno-Jan Kraak, Connie A. Blok

8. Visual Analysis of Floating Taxi Data Based on Interconnected and Timestamped Area Selections
Andreas Keler, Jukka M. Krisp

9. Spatial-temporal Modeling of Linguistic Regions and Processes with Combined Indeterminate and Crisp Boundaries
Johannes Scholz, Thomas J. Lampoltshammer, Norbert Bartelme, Eveline Wandl-Vogt

10. Hybrid Approach for Large-scale Energy Performance Estimation Based on 3D City Model Data and Typological Classification
Federico Prandi, Umberto Staso, Marco Berti, Luca Giovannini, Piergiorgio Cipriano, Raffaele Amicis

Part III. Cartographic Technologies

11. Atlas of Switzerland Goes Online and 3D—Concept, Architecture and Visualization Methods
René Sieber, Marianna Serebryakova, Raimund Schnürer, Lorenz Hurni

12. Development of a Web-Browser Based Interface for 3D Data—A Case Study of a Plug-in Free Approach for Visualizing Energy Modelling Results
Jochen Wendel, Syed Monjur Murshed, Akila Sriramulu, Alexandru Nichersu

13. Modern Methodology and New Tools for Planetary Mapping
I. P. Karachevtseva, A. A. Kokhanov, A. E. Zubarev, Zh. F. Rodionova, E. V. Matveev, A. S. Garov

14. SDI4Apps Points of Interest Knowledge Base
Otakar Čerba, Karel Charvát, Tomáš Mildorf, Raitis Bērziņš, Pavel Vlach, Barbora Musilová

15. Licences and Open Data in Cartography
Alena Vondrakova, Vit Vozenilek

Part IV. Projection, Cartographic Heritage and Education

16. Some Remarks on the Question of Pseudocylindrical Projections with Minimum Distortions for World Maps
János Györffy

17. A Semi-automatic Approach for Determining the Projection of Small Scale Maps Based on the Shape of Graticule Lines
Ádám Barancsuk

18. A Forgotten Atlas of Erwin Raisz: “Atlas de Cuba”
José Jesús Reyes Nuñez

19. Who Needs Mitteleuropa Old Maps? Present-day Applications of Habsburg Cartographic Heritage
Marco Mastronunzio, Elena Dai Prà

20. GEOTHNK: A Semantic Approach to Spatial Thinking
Marinos Kavouras, Margarita Kokla, Eleni Tomai, Athanasia Darra, Katerina Pastra

21. Thematic Cartography: A Key Course in Geospatial Engineering
Chrysoula Boutoura, Alexandra Kousoulakou, Angeliki Tsorlini

Part V. Cartographic Applications

22. A Review of Research Investigations Related to User-Centred Design for Geo-Information Products
Claudia Robbi Sluter, João Vitor Meza Bravo, Melissa M. Yamada, Gustavo Dias Ramos, Andrea Faria Andrade

23. Interoperable Volunteered Geographic Information Empowering e-Governance Processes: Case Study for Land Use Dataset in the City of Zagreb
Tomáš Kliment, Vlado Cetl, Marcel Kliment

24. Mapping a City’s Activity. A Project of Volunteered Geographic Information Using Mobile Mapping Collection
Giuseppe Borruso, Viola Defend

25. Contextual Adaptability of Navigational Spatial Descriptions: A Pragmatic Comparison
Farid Karimipour, Negar Alinaghi, Paul Weiser, Andrew Frank

26. User Requirements Analysis for a Mobile Augmented Reality Tool Supporting Geography Fieldwork
Xiaoling Wang, Corné P.J.M. Elzakker, Menno Jan Kraak

27. Landmark-Based Pedestrian Navigation Using Augmented Reality and Machine Learning
Pouria Amirian, Anahid Basiri

28. The Role of Service-Oriented Mapping in Spatial and Regional Sciences
Markus Jobst, Tatjana Fischer

Keywords: Geography, Geographical Information Systems/Cartography

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319196022
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-19601-5

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