Nicolas Regnauld

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Keywords: NMA requirements for automated map generalization Evaluation of generalized data Constraint-based generalization State-of-the-art of generalization a b s t r a c t This paper presents a methodology developed for a study to evaluate the state of the art of automated map generalization in commercial software without applying any customization. The(More)
Automated generalisation is a process that generates from an initial dataset a second one depending on a set of specifications. These specifications are usually set up in order to reduce the amount of information either to be able to display it (as a map), or to be able to process it using computationally expensive analysis tools. Depending on the purpose,(More)
A meaningful hydrological network is critical to spatial analysis and modelling. 'Meaningful' in that it is topologically correct, provides a basis for modelling flow and differentiates between different types of water features. In Great Britain, large-scale digital mapping of hydrological features was captured from paper maps and had a cartographic(More)
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