a map generalization Web service

  title={ a map generalization Web service},
  author={Mark Harrower and Matt Bloch},
  journal={IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications},
Map is a macromedia flash-based WYSIWYG map generalization Web service for real-time generalizing and editing of vector map data. Requiring only a Web browser with the flash plug-in, it offers line and shape simplification and smoothing. Users can upload map files, perform generalization operations, and export and download their work 
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