Miljenko Lapaine

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This paper addresses the need for capacity building for using GIS and building spatial data infrastructures (SDIs) in South-East Europe. This is a recognized need, which is dealt with, amongst others, by the European project eSDI-NET+ that has build a network of users and key European SDI stakeholders in Europe to share experiences and best practices. Using(More)
In this paper, the first method of adjustment, proposed by Josip Rud-er Bošković, is described in detail, on the example on five meridian degrees. Bošković sets three conditions on the data of the lengths of the meridian degrees to calculate corrections that would fix all degrees in order to get a better estimate of true values. The conditions that have to(More)
KiG No. 26, Vol. 1 5, 201 6 88 melted in Rude, in a blast furnace with an annual capacity of 25,000 cents, one part ofwhich was transported to Slovenia. Annual production of iron ore was between 20,000 and 130,000 cents, while annual production ofiron was between 5,000 and 16,000 cents. The mine was closed in 1859 due to unprofitability. Twenty-six thousand(More)
The investigation of interpretability of panchromatic satellite image IRS-1C integrated with multispectral Landsat TM image with the purpose of updating the topographic map sheet at the scale of 1:25 000 has been described. The geocoding of source map was based on trigonometric points of the map sheet. Satellite images were geocoded using control points(More)
Karl Brandan Mollweide (1774-1825) was German mathematician and astronomer. The formulas known after him as Mollweide’s formulas are shown in the paper, as well as the proof ”without words”. Then, the Mollweide map projection is defined and formulas derived in different ways to show several possibilities that lead to the same result. A generalization of(More)
1. DIGITAL TOPOGRAPHIC MAP 1:25 000 – UMAG, Geofoto d.o.o., State Geodetic Administration, Zagreb 2000. 2. DIGITAL TOPOGRAPHIC MAP 1:25 000 – ROVINJ, Institute for Photogrammetry d.d.–Zagreb, State Geodetic Administration, Zagreb 2000. 3. DIGITAL TOPOGRAPHIC MAP 1:25 000 – VODNJAN, Geodetic Institute Rijeka d.d., State Geodetic Administration, Zagreb 2000.(More)
The most important changes in cartography are associated with the development of computer technology, and regarding the function and usage of maps, the accent has been given to cartographic visualisation. Animation, multimedia presentation, Internet, WWW, market economy and politics have remarkably influenced cartography. The paper emphasises the need for(More)
Recent crisis situations have revealed various insufficiencies in existing technologies and policies for effective crisis management. In the field of cartography, these have highlighted the lack of guidelines, standards and symbols to design maps specially adapted for communication in crisis management – particularly from the cartographer’s perspective. Our(More)
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