Dynamic Maps as Composite Views of Varied Geographic Database Servers

  title={Dynamic Maps as Composite Views of Varied Geographic Database Servers},
  author={Masatoshi Arikawa and Hideyo Kawakita and Yahiko Kambayashi},
This paper presents new style maps, called dynamic maps, based on view functions of geographic databases. The dynamic maps contain two basic components, (1) queries applied to geographic databases and (2) visualization methods for data derived by the queries. There are three major factors to change the content of dynamic maps, (1) data (unlike conventional geographic systems, we assume that up-to-date data are always used to generate maps), (2) query (a map for a specic purpose is generated by… CONTINUE READING
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