Auto-Carto V

Proceedings of the International Symposium on Computer-Assisted Cartography

August 22 - 28, 1982

Crystal City, Virginia


This volume contains the proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Computer-Assisted Cartography. A similar volume has been prepared containing the proceedings of the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Commission IV: Cartographic and Data Bank Application of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing.

Table of Contents

Cover i
Title page ii
Front page iii
Index by author 2
Index by title 37
  Acquisition of Data for an Iron Mining Firm Using Remote Sensing Techniques for Establishment of an Integrated Steel Plant 565
  Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) Data Evaluation for Use In Monitoring Vegetation, Volume I - Channels 1 AND 2 347
  An Adaptive Grid Contouring Algorithm 249
  Angular Limits on Scanner Imagery for Vegetative Assessment 275
  The Application of Contour Data for Generating High Fidelity Grid Digital Elevation Models 213
  The Application of Structured Systems Analysis to the Development of an Automated Mapping System 659
  An Automated Data System for Strategic Assessment of Living Marine Resources in the Gulf of Mexico 83
  An Automated Map Production System for the Italian State Owned Telephone Company 621
  Automaking the Geographic and Cartographic Aspects of the 1990 Decennial Census 513
  Bivariate Construction of Equal-Class Thematic Maps 285
  Choropleth Map Accuracy: Characteristics of the Data 499
  The Collection and Analysis of Natural Resource Data in the 1980's 33
  A Color System for Computer Generated Cartography 687
  A Communication Model for the Design of a Computer Assisted Cartographic System 267
  Computer Assisted Chart Symbolization at the Defense Mapping Agency Aerospace Center 387
  Computer-Assisted Feature Analysis for Digital Landmass System (DLMS) Production at DMA 639
  Computer-Assisted Map Compilation, Editing, and Finishing 141
  Computer Assisted Mapping as Part of a Study on Acid Rain 93
  Computer-Assisted Spatial Allocation of Timber Harvesting Activity 677
  Computer Graphics at the United States Military Academy 629
  Data Base Modeling to Determine Impact of Development Scenarios in San Bernardino County 375
  Data Systems for Water Resources Management 113
  Defense Mapping Agency Large Scale Data Base Integration 537
  Design Issues for an Intelligent Names Processing System 337
  A Digital Data Base for the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska 461
  Digital Map Generalization and Production Techniques 241
  Digital Mapping in a Distributed System Environment 13
  Digital Terrain Analysis Station (DTAS) 649
  Effect of Resolution on Information Content of Temporal Profiles of Vegetation 73
  Environmental Assessment with BASIS 693
  An Evaluation of a Microprocessor Based Remote Image Processing System for Analysis and Display of Cartographic Data 357
  An Evaluation of AREAL Interpolation Methods 471
  An Evaluation of the NOAA Polar-Orbiter as a Tool for Mapping Freeze Damage in Florida During January 1982 715
  The Evolution of Raster Processing Technology Within the Cartographic Environment 451
  Euro-Carto I 133
  Forplan Plotting System (FORPLOT) 581
  Geographic Areas and Computer Files From the 1980 Decennial Census 491
  Geographic Names Information System: An Automated Procedure of Data Verification 575
  GIS Database Design Considerations; A Determination of User Tradeoffs 147
  The Goals of the National Committee for Digital Cartographic Data Standards 547
  The Graphic Display of Inventory Data 317
  Grids of Elevations and Topographic Maps 257
  Hardware/Software Considerations for Optimizing Cartographic System Design 123
  Interfacing DIDS for State Government Applications 223
  An Integrated Spatial Statistics Package for Map Data Analysis 327
  An Inventory of French Littoral 367
  Landsat Capability Assessment Using Geographic Information Systems 419
  Land Use Mapping and Tracking with a New NOAA-7 Satellite Product 723
  The Laser-scan Fastrak Automatic Digitising System 51
  Local Interactive Digitizing and Editing System (LIDES) 591
  Mapping the Urban Infrastructure 437
  Maps of Shadows for Solar Access Considerations 201
  Measuring the Fractal Dimensions of Empirical Cartographic Curves 481
  Modularization of Digital Cartographic Data Capture 297
  A National Program for Digital Cartography 41
  A New Approach to Automated Name Placement 103
  1980 Census Mapping Products 231
  An Overview of Digital Elevation Model Production at the United States Geological Survey 23
  PICDMS: A General-Purpose Geographic Modeling System 169
  Proportional Prism Maps: A Statistical Mapping Technique 555
  A Prototype Geographic Names Input Station for the Defense Mapping Agency 65
  Raster Data Acquisition and Processing 667
  A Raster-encoded Polygon Data Structure for Land Resources Analysis Applications 529
  Raster-vector Conversion Methods for Automated Cartography with Applications in Polygon Maps and Feature Analysis 407
  Refinement of Dense Digital Elevation Models 703
  Reliability Considerations for Computer-Assisted Cartographic Production Systems 597
  The Role of the USFWS Geographic Information System in Coastal Decisionmaking 1
  Scottish Rural Land Use Information Systems Project 179
  The SHL-RAMS System for Natural Resource Management 509
  Site-Specific Accuracy Analysis of Digitized Property Maps 607
  Software for Three Dimensional Topographic Scenes 397
  Spatial Operators for Selected Data Structures 189
  Specific Features of Using Large-scale Mapping Data In Planning Construction and Land Farming 731
  Statistical Mapping Capabilities and Potentials of SAS 521
  A Theory of Cartographic Error and its Measurement in Digital Data Bases 159
  TVA'S Geographic Information System: An Integrated Resource Data Base to Aid Environmental Assessment and Resource Management 429

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