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- 2nd ed. 2007
- Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K
- Cartwright, William (ed.), Peterson, Michael P. (ed.), Gartner, Georg (ed.)
- 105 Fig
- 14 Tables, black and white; 105 Illustrations, black and white; XXVI, 546 p. 105 illus.
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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.The explosion of interactive multimedia cartography products, on online, has generated an immense interest in developing methodologies that best exploit both the technology and the distribution capabilities of multimedia mapping. From a discussion of theoretical elements of multimedia cartography, to chapters on specific products and production tools, to an analysis of future technologies and applications, this is a comprehensive and absorbing exploration of a fast-moving field.
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William Cartwright is Professor of Cartography and Geographical Visualization at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, where he specializes in the application of New Media technologies to Cartography. He joined the University after spending a number of years in both the government and private sectors of the mapping industry. He holds undergraduate qualifications in Cartography and graduate qualifications in education, media studies, information and communication technology education and graphic design. He is Vice-President of the International Cartographic Association. Michael P. Peterson is a Professor in the Department of Geography/Geology at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. He received his B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, his M.A. from Boston University and Ph.D. from the State University of New York-Buffalo (1982). He has served as Visiting Professor at Universities in USA, Canada, Germany and Austria. He is past-President of the North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS). He is currently chair of the Maps and the Internet Commission of the International Cartographic Association. Georg Gartner is a Professor of Cartography at the Vienna University of Technology. He received his Mag. from the University of Vienna and his Dr. and Habilitation from the Vienna University of Technology. He received a Fulbright Grant to the USA and was a research fellow in Australia and Canada. He currently serves as a vice-chair of the Maps and Internet Commission of the International Cartographic Association and as Editor of the Journal on LBS.
Multimedia Cartography.- Development of Multimedia.- The Internet and Multimedia Cartography.- Development of Multimedia - Mobile and Ubiquitous.- Elements of Multimedia Cartography.- Designing Suitable Cartographic Multimedia Presentations.- Design of Multimedia Mapping Products.- Map Concepts in Multimedia Products.- Territorial Evolution of Canada - An Interactive Multimedia Cartographic Presentation.- Wula Na Lnuwe'kati: A Digital Multimedia Atlas.- The Atlas of Canada - User Centred Development.- Atlas of Switzerland 2 - A highly interactive thematic national atlas.- AIS-Austria - An Atlas Information System of Austria.- Toward a New Generation of Community Atlases - The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica.- The Employment of 3D in Cartography - An Overview.- Non-Photorealistic 3D Geovisualization.- Real-Time Virtual Landscapes.- Digital Globes.- Augmented Reality as a Medium for Cartography.- Virtual Reality in Urban Planning and Design.- Education and E-Learning with Virtual Landscapes.- Cartography and the use of animation.- Multimodal Analytical Visualisation of Spatio-Temporal Data.- Games and Geography.- Virtual Queenscliff: A Computer Game Approach for Depicting Geography.- Maps and LBS - Supporting wayfinding by cartographic means.- Adaptation in mobile and ubiquitous cartography.- A Real-World implementation of Multimedia Cartography in LBS: The Whereis (R) Mobile Application Suite.- Standards and Open Source for Cartographic Multimedia Applications.- Scalable Vector Graphics and Web Map Publishing.- Cartographic Approaches to Web Mapping Services.- From Mapping Physical and Human Geographies to Mapping 'Personal Geographies': Privacy and Security Issues.- Location and Access: Issues Enabling Accessibility of Information.- Use and Users of Multimedia Cartography.- Future Directions for Multimedia Cartography.- Postscript to Multimedia Cartography Edition 2.