Adaptive Zooming in Point Set Labeling

@inproceedings{Poon2005AdaptiveZI,
  title={Adaptive Zooming in Point Set Labeling},
  author={Sheung-Hung Poon and Chan-Su Shin},
  booktitle={FCT},
  year={2005}
}
A set of points shown on the map usually represents special sites like cities or towns in a country. If the map in the interactive geographical information system (GIS) is browsed by users on the computer screen or on the web, the points and their labels can be viewed in a query window at different resolutions by zooming in or out according to the users’ requirements. How can we make use of the information obtained from different resolutions to avoid doing the whole labeling from scratch every… CONTINUE READING

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