By Stefan Hahmann, Dirk Burghardt (auth.), Anne Ruas (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642191428

ISBN-13: 9783642191428

This booklet is constructed from a range of the simplest papers awarded throughout the twenty fifth overseas Cartography convention which was once held in Paris among third and eighth July 2011. The scope of the convention covers all fields of correct GIS and Mapping examine topics, equivalent to geovisualization, semiotics, SDI, criteria, information caliber, facts integration, generalization, use and consumer concerns, spatio-temporal modelling and research, open resource applied sciences and net providers, electronic illustration of old maps, historical past of GIS and cartography in addition to cartography for college young children and education.

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This booklet is made from a variety of the simplest papers provided through the twenty fifth foreign Cartography convention which was once held in Paris among third and eighth July 2011. The scope of the convention covers all fields of proper GIS and Mapping learn matters, reminiscent of geovisualization, semiotics, SDI, criteria, info caliber, info integration, generalization, use and consumer matters, spatio-temporal modelling and research, open resource applied sciences and net companies, electronic illustration of historic maps, heritage of GIS and cartography in addition to cartography for faculty kids and schooling.

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The different sectors show the composition of these information-masses regarding the three components, Classifying, Analysing and Experiencing Maps 47 visual-, abstracted- and imaginary elements. g. g. visual experiences through studying maps, atlases and other descriptions of the world. This (very) hypothetical person in his early childhood builds up his mental image by direct, emotionally coloured impressions. The direct, visual impressions supposed here to merge into these emotional experiences.

The maps as artefacts. g. extension defined by coordinates of its corner points) – and time for its creation is registered and represented as a dot in position “b” - on a plane, parallel to the plane of the CLASSIFICATION (Figure 4). This is the plane of METAMAPS. Not only the map as a finished product but also all components of the map – different sets of data making together up the map - are also registered according to their extent, time of creation, quality etc. Figure 4b represents, however, not only this single sheet of a topo- 40 J.

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