This book presents a selection of manuscripts submitted to the 2017 International Cartographic Conference held in Washington, DC at the beginning of July and made available at the conference. These manuscripts have been selected by the Scientific Program Committee and represent the wide-range of research that is done in the discipline. It also forms an important international collection representing research from at least 30-40 countries.
Part I: The Span of Cartography.- Cartographic memory preservation of the Petrópolis city in Brazil: Koeler Map scanning using photographic survey.- Location Spoofing in a Location-Based Game: A Case Study of Pokémon Go.- Part II: Crowdsourcing and Data.- Educational aspects of crowdsourced noise mapping.- Crowd and community sourced data quality assessment.- The Academic SDI - Towards understanding spatial data infrastructures for research and education.- Part III: Map Design.- Introducing Leader Lines into Scale-Aware Consistent Labeling.- Reproducible Cartography.- Part IV: Evaluating Map Quality.- Effectiveness and Efficiency of Using Different Types of Rectangular Treemap as Diagrams in Cartography.- Visualization of Environment-related Information in Augmented Reality: Analysis of User Needs.- Part V: GeoAnalysis.- Analysis and visualization of the Urban Residents' Income-Related Hap-piness Index in China.- Mapping urban landscapes along streets usin
g Google Street View.- Part VI: Numerical Analysis.- Cross-Scale Analysis of Sub-Pixel Variations in Digital Elevation Models.- Data classification for highlighting polygons with local extreme values in choropleth maps.- Part VII: Routing.- A confidence-based approach for the assessment of accessibility of pedes-trian network for manual wheelchair users.- Psychogeography in the Age of the Quantified Self - Mental Map model-ling with Georeferenced Personal Activity Data.- Part VIII: Reflections.- In Search of the Essence of Cartography.
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