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The Resource International perspectives on maps and the Internet, Michael P. Peterson (ed.)

International perspectives on maps and the Internet, Michael P. Peterson (ed.)

Label
International perspectives on maps and the Internet
Title
International perspectives on maps and the Internet
Statement of responsibility
Michael P. Peterson (ed.)
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"The Internet has redefined how maps are used. This book provides an international perspective on this growing area of information dissemination."--Jacket
Member of
Dewey number
912.0285
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Language note
English
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Peterson, Michael P
Series statement
Lecture notes in geoinformation and cartography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Internet in cartography
  • Cartography
  • Geographic information systems
  • Maps
  • Cartography
  • Digital mapping
Label
International perspectives on maps and the Internet, Michael P. Peterson (ed.)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
An Introduction -- International Perspectives on Maps and the Internet: An Introduction -- Delivering geospatial information with Web 2.0 -- Map design for the Internet -- Web Cartography and the Dissemination of Cartographic Information about Coastal Inundation and Sea Level Rise -- An Elastic Map System with Cognitive Map-based Operations -- Technical Development -- New Approaches for Integrating GIS layers and Remote Sensing Imagery for Online Mapping Services -- Large format maps on the Internet -- Advancement of Web Standards and Techniques for Developing Hypermedia Maps on the Internet -- Spatial functionality based on SVG -- Google Earth and XML: Advanced Visualization and Publishing of Geographic Information -- GeoTagMapper: An Online Map-based Geographic Information Retrieval System for Geo-Tagged Web Content -- An Open Source Development Framework in Support of Cartographic Integration -- UMapIT© (Unrestricted Mapping Interactive Tool): Merging the datacube paradigm with an occurrence-based approach to support on-demand web mapping -- Application Development -- Distributed Research and Scientific Creativity: Accessible Data for the Social Sciences -- Teaching Cartography on the Web with a Multimedia GIS: A New Solution -- Issues in School web Atlas Use: The prototype atlas of Rio Claro -- Brazil -- Maps in the Natural Disasters Networking Platform (NaDiNe) -- Meeting the users' needs: from static images to highly interactive real-time information integration -- Web-based health mapping -- A short way from the data to the user -- Internet-Based Mapping for the Blind and People with Visual Impairment -- User-Centered Design Approaches for Web Mapping Applications: A Case Study with USGS Hydrological Data in the United States -- Journalistic Cartography on the Web: A Comparison of Print and Online Maps in Seven Major American Newspapers -- Web Cartography for World Heritage Cities: A survey and evaluation -- Conceptual Development -- Development and implementation of an electronic journal for publishing peer-reviewed GIS-based maps on the Web -- Lost and found, the importance of modelling map content semantically -- The effects of web mapping applications on user satisfaction: an empirical study -- Will Today's Internet Maps be Available Tomorrow? The Preservation and Archiving of the Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica Through Action Research
Control code
ocn233973245
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxv, 441 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783540720287
Note
SpringerLink
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)233973245
Label
International perspectives on maps and the Internet, Michael P. Peterson (ed.)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
An Introduction -- International Perspectives on Maps and the Internet: An Introduction -- Delivering geospatial information with Web 2.0 -- Map design for the Internet -- Web Cartography and the Dissemination of Cartographic Information about Coastal Inundation and Sea Level Rise -- An Elastic Map System with Cognitive Map-based Operations -- Technical Development -- New Approaches for Integrating GIS layers and Remote Sensing Imagery for Online Mapping Services -- Large format maps on the Internet -- Advancement of Web Standards and Techniques for Developing Hypermedia Maps on the Internet -- Spatial functionality based on SVG -- Google Earth and XML: Advanced Visualization and Publishing of Geographic Information -- GeoTagMapper: An Online Map-based Geographic Information Retrieval System for Geo-Tagged Web Content -- An Open Source Development Framework in Support of Cartographic Integration -- UMapIT© (Unrestricted Mapping Interactive Tool): Merging the datacube paradigm with an occurrence-based approach to support on-demand web mapping -- Application Development -- Distributed Research and Scientific Creativity: Accessible Data for the Social Sciences -- Teaching Cartography on the Web with a Multimedia GIS: A New Solution -- Issues in School web Atlas Use: The prototype atlas of Rio Claro -- Brazil -- Maps in the Natural Disasters Networking Platform (NaDiNe) -- Meeting the users' needs: from static images to highly interactive real-time information integration -- Web-based health mapping -- A short way from the data to the user -- Internet-Based Mapping for the Blind and People with Visual Impairment -- User-Centered Design Approaches for Web Mapping Applications: A Case Study with USGS Hydrological Data in the United States -- Journalistic Cartography on the Web: A Comparison of Print and Online Maps in Seven Major American Newspapers -- Web Cartography for World Heritage Cities: A survey and evaluation -- Conceptual Development -- Development and implementation of an electronic journal for publishing peer-reviewed GIS-based maps on the Web -- Lost and found, the importance of modelling map content semantically -- The effects of web mapping applications on user satisfaction: an empirical study -- Will Today's Internet Maps be Available Tomorrow? The Preservation and Archiving of the Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica Through Action Research
Control code
ocn233973245
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxv, 441 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783540720287
Note
SpringerLink
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)233973245

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