Quantitative Measures for Cartogram Generation Techniques

@inproceedings{Carr2014QuantitativeMF,
  title={Quantitative Measures for Cartogram Generation Techniques},
  author={Hamish Carr and Kai-feng Ma and Giuseppe Santucci},
  year={2014}
}
Cartograms are used to visualize geographically distributed data by scaling the regions of a map (e.g., US states) such that their areas are proportional to some data associated with them (e.g., population). Thus the cartogram computation problem can be considered as a map deformation problem where the input is a planar polygonal map M and an assignment of some positive weight for each region. The goal is to create a deformed map M′, where the area of each region realizes the weight assigned to… CONTINUE READING

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