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  • Lines, computers, and human frailties
  • Computer software for displaying map projections and comparing distortions
  • Cartographic design ; Computer-assisted mapping;Automatic cartography ; Map projection ; Pedagogy ; Teaching of geography
  • Pedagogical essay on the distortion inherent in map projections that can be undestood by use of software programs for personal computers. - (DWG)
  • Teaching geography with computers
  • Computing ; Data base ; Geographical information system ; Pedagogy ; Teaching of geography
  • General comments about the multiple uses of computer programs through word processing, databases, spreadsheets, telecommunication, graphics, drill and practice, games, reference simulations, multimedia, authoring, geographic information systems
  • Using a computational grid for geographic information analysis : a reconnaissance
  • Computing ; Geographical information ; Methodology ; Spatial statistics
  • Les AA. décrivent un problème de statistique spatiale, et ils montrent comment il est possible de le résoudre par des stratégies de grid computing.
  • Computer mapping in a regional geography course
  • Cartographical display ; Computer-assisted mapping;Automated cartography ; Computing ; Regional geography ; Teaching of geography
  • Discussion of educational objectives of mapping exercises which can be enhanced using computers. Problems of using commercial mapping software in the geography classroom. Description of a mapping program using software in a Geography of North
  • Computing ; Teaching of geography ; Toponymy
  • Use of a computer program (« GNIS ») to make place-name analysis. - (DWG)
  • Computer-intensive significance-testing procedures
  • Computer-aideal cartography
  • Computer mapping and geographic information systems in Germany
  • Computer programs for the analysis of categorical data
  • Computer network resources for physical geography instruction
  • Introduction to the Internet computer network (which allows people to connect to other computers), showing how to access and use current network resources in a physical geography course. Using this network one can get text information, satellite
  • Data structures and data base management in computer cartography in Computer cartography.
  • Cartographic technique ; Computer-assisted mapping;Automated cartography ; Computing ; Digitization ; Graphics ; Secondary education ; Teaching of geography
  • Explains how 12-year old students can learn to make maps on a computer by suing pixels to determine area. - (DWG)
  • The impact of computer based information systems upon Latin American planning agencies
  • Bureaucracy ; Computing ; Information system ; Latin America ; Planning ; Practice of geography
  • Computing Appalachian geomorphology in Appalachian geomorphology.
  • A computer model is used to represent the stochastic effects of geomorphic processes acting on Appalachian structures, and to produce the various stages of Cenozoic Appalachian geomorphic history. Four theories of Appalachian history, defined
  • Computers in geography instruction
  • Discussion of the three broad categories - database, exploratory, and simulation - of geography software with information and suggestions on specific computer programs. - (DWG)
  • Pocitacova kartografie Computer-assisted cartography
  • An outline of computer cartography for geographers. Main principles and devices. Examples of map compilation with the help of the Scitex system. List of applications. - (MS)
  • The evolution of computer mapping and its implications for geography
  • Good exposition of the origins of computer mapping as a technique, its present status, and probable future. - (DWG)
  • Choropleth mapping on personal computers : software sources and hardware requirements
  • Evaluation of nine software packages of choropleth mapping and the computer characteristics and display devices for these packages.-(D. W. Gade).
  • The axonometric perspective makes the representation of complex cave systems more comprehensible. By the application of computation technique the point coordinates X, Y and Z, are loaded into the memory of the computer. A graph plotter immediately
  • drawing the axonometric projection is lined on the output of the computer. (MS).