Understanding Different Geographies

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ISBN: 978-3-642-29769-4 (Print) 978-3-642-29770-0 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-ix

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    Pages 1-6

    Understanding Different Geographies

  3. Geocommunication

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 7-7

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      Pages 9-23

      Maps and Design–Influence of Depiction, Space and Aesthetics on Geocommunication

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      Pages 25-40

      Understanding Different Geographies Through Drawings and Sketches

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      Pages 41-51

      Understanding Through Encountering Place

  4. Artefacts and Geospace

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 53-53

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      Pages 55-66

      Artefacts and Geospaces

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      Pages 67-78

      Understanding Artifacts Through Geographies: Perceiving Geographies Through Artifacts

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      Pages 79-89

      When Countries Become Gods: The Geospatial Aspect of Deities in India

  5. Exhibitions and Geospace

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 91-91

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      Pages 93-101

      Geographic Space in Museums: Considerations Towards a Spatio-Temporal Supported Exhibition

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      Pages 103-114

      Potential Information Gains for Exhibition Makers and Their Audience by Mapping the Movement of Objects: The Example of Material Culture of the Byzantine Empire

  6. Representations and Geospace

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 115-115

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      Pages 117-134

      Uncertain Decisions and Continuous Spaces: Outcomes Spaces and Uncertainty Visualization

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      Pages 135-157

      Modelling Uncertain Geodata for the Literary Atlas of Europe

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      Pages 159-173

      The Effect of the Ancient Chinese Philosophy and Geography on our Contemporary Landsape Development Using GIS Models

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      Pages 175-192

      The Potential of Using Web Mapping as a Tool to Support Cultural History Investigations

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      Pages 193-200

      Virtual Tabo: Geocommunication for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage with the Help of Multimedia Technology

  7. History and Geospace

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 201-201

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      Pages 203-214

      Geographic Projections of a 16th Century Trade Network: New Meanings for Historical Research

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      Pages 215-226

      Getting Around in the Past: Historical Road Modelling

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      Pages 227-241

      Networks of Border Zones: A Case Study on the Historical Region of Macedonia in the 14th Century AD

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      Pages 243-252

      The Itinerary and Palestine Maps of Matthaeus Parisiensis: New Input to a Neverending Discussion