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ScaleMaster 2.0: a ScaleMaster extension to monitor automatic multi-scales generalizations

Guillaume Touya, Jean-François Girres
Cartography and Geographic Information Science, Volume 40, Number 3, page 192--200 - 2013

Little by little, co-existing geographical data sets are integrated into multi-representation databases, where the data sets represent different level of detail, or different point of views for the same geographical features. The {ScaleMaster} model makes it possible to formalize how to choose the features to map from the different data sets. The paper proposes an extension of the {ScaleMaster} model that drives automatic generalization rather than guidelines for manual mapmaking. The {ScaleMaster} 2.0 has been implemented and is tested for use with real data.

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Références BibTex

@Article\{Touya13b,
  author       = "Touya, Guillaume and Girres, Jean-Fran\c{c}ois",
  title        = "ScaleMaster 2.0: a ScaleMaster extension to monitor automatic multi-scales generalizations",
  journal      = "Cartography and Geographic Information Science",
  number       = "3",
  volume       = "40",
  pages        = "192--200",
  year         = "2013",
  keywords     = "continuous, multi-representation, scale",
}
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