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cartography

map making.

epidemiological cartography
making maps which show epidemiological data about distribution of disease or its causes by land area.
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However, several cartographers I spoke to recognize that the computer might eventually foster a resurgence of interest in map-design research, once a sufficient number of technical problems are solved.
These rules were developed by interviews with traditional cartographers (Gerald Weger, Catherine Wojtowicz, and Monique Pothe) who have been producing classical maps at IGN and teaching cartography at the IGN training center for a couple of decades.
The aim here is to study methods of knowledge acquisition that could aid cartographers in expressing their domain knowledge of generalization, and also to acquire knowledge for generalization.
As you read through this issue, please do watch for the many interconnections in what we, as cartographers, are working on.
Then, too, while all cartographers grapple with the problem of avoiding clutter on their maps, the use of Braille makes that task much more difficult.
An inventive cartographer who mapped the territory explored by the expedition expanded the dimensions of the fictitious range, so much so that it began to appear on various maps as a dominant feature in Africa.
We estimate that our team of full-time cartographers drive more than 1 million kilometers every year to update and test the quality of our database against real world demands.
Stand alone or piggybacked to Mapping Office, GIS Office is the single suite of geographic tools that solves the daily problems of surveyors, engineers, geographers, planners, researchers and cartographers.
The Office of the Geographer and Global Issues, in coordination with the policy bureaus of the State Department, provides guidance to cartographers on the types, status, and alignments of boundaries shown on U.
states and thematic maps crafted by world-renowned cartographers.
He explores some of the themes addressed by the Laboratory's collaboration between planners, geographers, cartographers, mathematicians, computer scientists, artists, and others that led to the origins of geographic information systems technology.
I just reduced them and edited them in the style of the old cartographers.