Advances in Cartography and GIScience. Volume 2

Selection from ICC 2011, Paris


ISBN: 978-3-642-19213-5 (Print) 978-3-642-19214-2 (Online)

Table of contents (32 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvi

  2. Map, GIS and Education

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

    2. Chapter

      Pages 3-20

      Updating Research on Chernoff Faces for School Cartography

    3. Chapter

      Pages 21-33

      The Production of Maps for Students in the Context of School Culture

    4. Chapter

      Pages 35-48

      Geoinformation: a social Issue

    5. Chapter

      Pages 49-72

      Passing GIS Knowhow from University Students to secondary School Students: pedagogical Approach in developing youngster’s Capabilities and Understanding in GIS

    6. Chapter

      Pages 73-82

      The Methodological Advantages of using Web Server in Teaching GIS

  3. Historical data: exploration, digitalization, access an analysis

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 83-83

    2. Chapter

      Pages 85-107

      Geovisualization and Archaeology: supporting Excavation Site Research

    3. Chapter

      Pages 109-115

      Virtual Recreation of the Monroy Roman Villa (Extremadura - Spain)

    4. Chapter

      Pages 117-128

      SEREDONA: a web platform to integrate historical geographic data into current georeferenced frameworks.

    5. Chapter

      Pages 129-146

      Digital Processing and 3D Modelling of an 18th Century Scenographic Map of Bologna

    6. Chapter

      Pages 147-161

      Web Services and Historical Cadastral Maps: the first Step in the Implementation of the Web C.A.R.T.E. System

    7. Chapter

      Pages 163-178

      A Method for the Visual Representation of Historic Multivariate Point Data

    8. Chapter

      Pages 179-185

      The Atlas and the Globe of Russian Geographical Explorations and Discoveries of the Earth: Concepts and Contents

    9. Chapter

      Pages 187-205

      Crossing Borders: Cartographic and Military Operations and the International Borders in the Libyan Desert before WW II

  4. Map Projection

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 207-207

    2. Chapter

      Pages 209-225

      Optimising the Distortions of sinusoidal- elliptical composite Projections

    3. Chapter

      Pages 227-247

      Using Empirical Map Projections for Modeling Early Nautical Charts

  5. Planet and Space Cartography

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 249-249

    2. Chapter

      Pages 251-266

      Requirements for Planetary Symbology in Geographic Information Systems

    3. Chapter

      Pages 267-273

      Venus Mapping at small Scale: Source Data Processing and cartographic Interpretation

    4. Chapter

      Pages 275-288

      Planetary Nomenclature: a Representation of human Culture and alien Landscapes

    5. Chapter

      Pages 289-295

      A New Version of the Multilingual Glossary of Planetary Cartography

    6. Chapter

      Pages 297-301

      Cartographic Support of a New Landing Site for “Phobos-Grunt” Mission

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