3rd ICA Workshop - Papers

Blanca Baella and Maria Plà (Institut Cartographic de Catalunya) Map Generalization to Obtain the Topographic Map of Catalonia 1:10,000

Zhilin Li and Chengming Li (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University) Algorithms for Objective Representation of DTM at Its Natural Scales

Dietrich Schürer (University of Bonn) Requirements of Model Generalization for GIS and Implementation on SupportGIS

Paul Hardy (Laser-Scan Ltd., Cambridge UK) Active Object Techniques for Production of Multiple Map and Geodata Products from a Spatial Database

Jan Terje Bjørke (Norwegian Defence Research Establishment) Map Generalization: A Fuzzy Logic Approach

Peter Højholt (National Survey and Cadastre, Denmark) From 1:10.000 to 1:50.000 at 300 km2/day Paper

Byron Nakos (National Technical University of Athens) Comparison of Manual Versus Digital Line Simplification

Michael E. Lonergan and Christopher B. Jones (University of Glamorgan) The Deformation and Displacement of Areal Objects During Automated Map Generalisation: An Approach to Conflict Resolution Through Maximising Nearest Neighbour Distances

Anne Ruas (Institut Géographique National) The Role of Meso Level for Urban Generalisation Paper

Annabelle Boffet (Institut Géographique National) A Framework for Automated Spatial Analysis Based on Spatialization Principles Paper

Nicolas Regnauld, Alistair Edwardes and Mathieu Barrault (University of Edinburgh and University of Zurich) Strategies in Building Generalisation: Modelling the Sequence, Constraining the Choice

Mahes Visvalingam (The University of Hull) Aspects of (Line) Generalisation

Alistair Edwardes and William Mackaness (University of Edinburgh) Modelling Knowledge For Automated Generalisation of Categorical Maps - A Constraint Based Approach

Barbara P. Buttenfield (University of Colorado, Boulder USA) Progressive Transmission of Vector Data on the Internet: A Cartographic Solution

André Skupin (University of New Orleans) Revisiting Töpfer: Implications of the Radical Law for Scalable Spatialization

Lars Harrie and Anna-Karin Hellström (University of Lund, Sweden) A prototype system for propagating updates between cartographic data sets

Joachim Bobrich (University of Hannover) Solution of Cartographic Conflicts by Context Dependent Optimization

Mats Dunkars and Anna Bergman (VBB VIAK and University College Gävle) Object Oriented Modelling of Geographical Information at Multiple Scales

Peter van der Poorten and Chris Jones (University of Glamorgan) Customisable Line Generalisation using Delaunay Triangulation

Dan Lee (ESRI Inc., Redlands USA) Practical Solutions for Specific Generalization Tasks Paper

Christopher Gold, David Thibault and Zhonghai Liu (Université Laval, Quebec, Canada) Map Generalization by Skeleton Retraction

Tapani Sarjakoski and Tiina Kilpeläinen (Finnish Geodetic Institute) Least Squares Adjustment for Generalization of Large Data Sets

Frank Brazile and Alistair Edwardes (University of Zurich and University of Edinburgh) Map Space Partitioning for Agent Process Organization

Beat Peter and Robert Weibel (University of Zurich) Using Vector and Raster-Based Techniques in Categorical Map Generalization Paper

Marc van Kreveld (University of Utrecht) Twelve Computational Geometry Problems from Cartographic Generalization Paper

Geoffrey H. Dutton (Spatial Effects, Belmont MA, USA) Visualizing Map Generalization Solutions on the World Wide Web

Francis Harvey (University of Kentucky) Pessimistic Generalization: Limits and Lessons for Semantic Interoperability

William A. Mackaness and Elizabeth Glover (University of Edinburgh) The Application of Dynamic Generalisation to Virtual Map Design

Margarita Kokla and Marinos Kavouras (National Technical University of Athens) Spatial Concept Lattices: An Integration Method in Model Generalization