San Francisco, California
This third conference on automation in cartography was sponsored by the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey. It was also conducted with the full cooperation of the American Society of Photogrammetry.
These proceedings were reported by Richard S. Adams, San Rafael, California, and typed manuscripts were furnished to each speaker for their editorial review. This publication is the composite of these edited remarks. However, in some cases speakers returned formal papers in the conventional manner. These have been included as received.
|Cartographic Display Requirements||81|
|Discovering and Evaluating Software||100|
|Raster-Based Approaches to (Manipulation of Cartographic Data)||139|
|Database Management System Approaches to Manipulation of Cartographic Data||180|
|Data Generalization and Attribute Code Schemes||219|
|Digital Hardware Mass Digitization||235|
|Digital Hardware Mass Storage||273|
|Soft Copy Display||336|
|Hard Copy Display||361|
|General Technology - Audio Input/Output||410|
|Small Operational Systems||419|
|Concluding Summary; Where do we go from here?||480|
|List of Speakers||494|
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