Bertrand Dumenieu

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Cartographic design requires controllable methods and tools to produce maps that are adapted to users’ needs and preferences. The formalized rules and constraints for cartographic representation come mainly from the conceptual framework of graphic semiology. Most current Geographical Information Systems (GIS) rely on the Styled Layer Descriptor and(More)
Figure 1. Graphical abstract: Gazetteers of geohistorical objects are created based on information extracted from georeferenced historical maps. Geocoding an historical address is then finding the best matching object based on customised function (semantic, temporal aspect, spatial precision, etc.). Results can be displayed in a dedicated web interface for(More)
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