Nicolas Regnauld

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Automating the cartographic generalisation process has been the focus of much research. It has repeatedly been reported that one critical task is to model the spatial relationships between map features to understand their meaning and importance for the target map. This paper will review the different spatial structures that are usually used by researchers(More)
Please cite this article in press as: Stoter, J., et al ment and Urban Systems (2009), doi:10.1016/j.c 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 objectives of this study are to learn more about generic and specific(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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