Time-Space Maps from Triangulations
Time-space maps show travel time as distances on a map. We discuss the case of time-space maps with a single center; here the travel times from a single source location to a number of destinations are shown by their distances. To accomplish this while maintaining recognizability, the input map must be deformed in a suitable manner. We present three different methods and analyze them experimentally.
KeywordsTravel Time Delaunay Triangulation Angle Deformation Planar Point Location Delaunay Trian
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