16th ICA Workshop - Papers, program and presentations

Friday, 23. August

08:30 – 09:00 Registration

09:00 – 09:30 Welcome and fast forward session

09:30 – 10:40 Session 1: Generalisation for Topographic Map Production

C. Duchêne, J. Stoter and D. Burghardt (slides)
Feedback NMA Workshop in Barcelona

P. De Mayer and M. Jobst
Activities of the Commission on Map Production and Geobusiness with focus on Service Oriented Mapping

P. Erauw and A. Féchir (slides)
Implementation of Automatic Generalisation in the Production Process of the 1:50.000 Map Series

V. van Altena, M. Post, R. Nijhuis and J. Stoter (slides)
Generalisation of 1:50k roads centrelines from 1:10k road polygons in an automated workflow

10:40 – 11:10 Coffee break

11:10 – 12:30 Session 2: Relation modelling and contextual generalisation

H. Yan, T. Liu, W. Yang and J. Li
Spatial Similarity Relations in Multi-scale Map Spaces: Basic Concepts and Potential Research Issues

A. Maudet, G. Touya, C. Duchêne and S. Picault (slides)
Improving multi-level interactions modelling in a multi-agent generalisation model: first thoughts

C. Stern and M. Sester (slides)
Extending an approach to derive constraints for the integration and generalization of detailed environmental spatial data in DLM or maps of small scales

N. Gould and J. Cheng (slides)
A prototype for ontology driven on-demand mapping of urban traffic accidents

12:30 – 14:00 Lunch

14:00 – 15:00 Session 3: Point selection and Dynamic Mapping

N. Schwartges, D. Allerkamp, J.-H. Haunert and A. Wolff (slides)
Optimizing Active Ranges for Point Selection in Dynamic Maps

P. Bereuter and R. Weibel (slides)
Assessing Real-Time Generalisation of Point Data

P. Raposo, C.A. Brewer and L.V. Stanislawski (slides)
Label and Attribute-Based Topographic Point Thinning

15:00 – 16:00 Break-out session

16:00 – 16:30 Coffee break

16:30 – 17:15 Reports from break-out session

Saturday, 24. August

08:30 – 9:15 Session 4: Vendors presenting recent generalisation software developments

D. Watkins - ESRI (slides)

A. Mathur - Axes Systems AG (slides)
Automatic Production and Updating of Topographic Maps - A Case Study Using the German AAA Data Model

N. Regnauld - 1Spatial (slides)

09:30 – 10:30 Session 5: Selection of Road Networks and Hydrographic Networks

S.A. Benz and R. Weibel (slides)
Road Network Selection Using an Extended Stroke-Mesh Combination Algorithm

R. Weiss and R. Weibel (slides)
Road Network Selection for Small-Scale Maps Using an Improved Centrality Approach

B.P. Buttenfield, L.V. Stanislawski, C. Anderson-Tarver and M.J. Gleason (slides)
Alternate Methods for Automatic Selection of Primary Paths Through Braided Hydrographic Networks

10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break

11:00 – 12:00 Computer Demo / Posters / Maps

12:00 – 13:30 Lunch

13:30 – 14:30 Session 6: Continuous zooming, Morphing and Collapse Operator

R. Suba, M. Meijers and P. van Oosterom
2D vario-scale representations based on real 3D structure

D. Peng, J.H. Haunert, A. Wolff and C. Hurter
Morphing Polylines Based on Least-Squares Adjustment

S. Szombara (slides)
Unambiguous Collapse Operator of Digital Cartographic Generalisation Process

14:30 – 15:50 Session 7: Contour lines and line simplification

R.Y. Peters, H. Ledoux and M. Meijers (slides)
Generation and generalization of safe depth-contours for hydrographic charts using a surface-based approach

W. Socha and J. Stoter (slides)
First attempts to automatize generalisation of electronic navigational charts - specifying requirements and methods

Z. Ungvári, N. Agárdi and L. Zentai (slides)
A comparison of methods for automatic generalization of contour lines generated from digital elevation models

R. Olszewski, A. Fiedukowicz and A. Pillich-Kolipinska (slides)
Utilisation of computational intelligence for simplification of linear objects using extended WEA algorithm

15:50 – 16:20 Coffee break

16:20 – 17:00 Wrap up, next steps

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