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|Aerial Mapping: Methods and Applications, Second Edition|
|INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL DATA COLLECTION History of Photomapping Photogrammetists and Image Analysts Utilization of Aerial Photographs Photogrammetry Mapper vs User ELECTROMAGMETIC ENERGY Radiant Energy Electromagnetic Spectrum AERIAL FILMS Aerial Films Sensitometry Filters Film Processing Resolution Applications of Aerial Films AIRBORNE SENSOR PLATFORMS Introduction Fixed-Wing Aircraft Flight Crews Navigation Helicopter Platforms Aerial Cameras AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS Nomenclature of an Aerial Photograph Uses of Aerial Photographs Time-Lapse Photography Sources of Aerial Photographs GEOMETRY OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS Scale Expressions Geometry of Photo Scale Photo Overlap Stereomodel Relief Displacement Measuring Object Heights MAP COMPILATION History Data Format Digital Output MAP ACCURACIES Quality Assurance/Quality Control Ramifications of Faulty Mapping Map Accuracy Standards Procedural Suggestions Merging Diverse Data Mapping System Errors PHOTO SCALE SELECTION Contour Factor Photo Scale/Map Scale/Contour Interval Planning an Aerial Photo Mission GEOGRAPHIC REFERENCING Geographic Location Systems Ground Control Systems Ground Survey Toolbox Global Positioning Basic Control Networks Photo Control Points AEROTRIANGULATION Photo Control Bridging PHOTOGRAMMETRIC MAP COMPILATION Digital Mapping Data Coordinate Systems and Data Structure of Digital Data Advancements in Map Compilation Data Standards Digital Mapping Data Flow INFORMATION SYSTEMS Information Systems Computer-Aided Mapping Themes Data Collection for Information Systems U.S. Geological Survey Information Sources ORTHOPHOTOGRAPHY General Orthophotos Digital Orthophoto Image Production Orthphoto Cost REMOTE SENSING Remote Sensing Searching the Internet Remote Sensing Systems Aerial Photo Image Scanning Satellite Imagery SATELLITE SYSTEMS LANDSAT SPOT Airborne Sensors Sources of Satellite Imagery IMAGE ANALYSIS Analysis Procedures Image Interpretation Keys PROJECT PLANNING AND COST ESTIMATING Introduction Specifications Processes Estimating Production Effort and Cost Appendix A: Example of a Typical Photogrammetric Mapping Project Cost Estimation Suggested Reading Index|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 1566705576||PGS: 216||List: 157.95 YOUR PRICE: 150.05|
|An Atlas of the Smaller Maps in Orientable and Nonorientable Surfaces|
|PREFACE MAPS INTRODUCTION Organization of the Atlas Further Reading SURFACES AND MAPS Representation of Maps and Surfaces Examples of the Definitions Using the Atlas An Application of k-Realizable Partitions THE AXIOMATIZATION AND THE ENCODING OF MAPS Orientable Surfaces Locally Orientable Surfaces GENERATING SERIES AND CONJECTURES Generating Series for Hypermaps Specialization to Maps The Quadrangulation Conjecture The b-Conjecture THE ATLAS MAPS IN ORIENTABLE SURFACES Genus 0 - The Sphere Genus 1 - The Torus Genus 2 - The Double Torus MAPS IN NONORIENTABLE SURFACES Genus 1 - The Projective Plane Genus 2 - The Klein Bottle Genus 3 - The Crosscapped Torus Genus 4 - The Doubly Crosscapped Torus FACE REGULAR MAPS AND HYPERMAPS Triangulations Quadrangulations Hypermaps ASSOCIATED GRAPHS AND THEIR MAPS TABLES NUMBERS OF ROOTED MAPS Orientable: by Vertex and Face Partition Nonorientable: by Vertex and Face Partition Summarized by Edges and Vertices NUMBERS OF UNROOTED MAPS Orientable: by Vertex and Face Partition Nonorientable: by Vertex and Face Partition NONREALIZABLE PAIRS OF PARTITIONS For Orientable Surfaces For Nonorientable Surfaces MAP POLYNOMIALS b-Polynomials Genus Distributions BIBLIOGRAPHY GLOSSARY INDEX|
|Chapman & Hall/CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS &||H||ISBN: 1584882077||PGS: 296||List: 146.95 YOUR PRICE: 139.60|
|Causes And Consequences Of Map Generalization|
|Scale and generalization in GIS; the consequences of generalization - a review; selecting and preparing the maps; a methodology for measuring generalization effects; generalization effects on individual features; the impact of generalization on GIS map manipulations; the importance of generalization effects - repurcussions for the future of GIS.|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||S||ISBN: 0748407766||PGS: N/A||List: 109.95 YOUR PRICE: 104.45|
|Digital Terrain Modelling: Principles and Methodology|
|INTRODUCTION Representation of Digital Terrain Surfaces Digital Terrain Models Digital Terrain Modeling Relationships Between Digital Terrain Modeling and Other Disciplines TERRAIN DESCRIPTORS AND SAMPLING STRATEGIES General (Qualitative) Terrain Descriptors Numeric Terrain Descriptors Terrain Roughness Vector: Slope, Relief, and Wavelength Theoretical Basis for Surface Sampling Sampling Strategy for Data Acquisition Attributes of Sampled Source Data TECHNIQUES FOR ACQUISITION OF DTM SOURCE DATA Data Sources for Digital Terrain Modeling Photogrammetry Radargrammetry and SAR Interferometry Airborne Laser Scanning (LIDAR) Cartographic Digitization GPS for Direct Data Acquisition A Comparison between DTM Data from Different Sources DIGITAL TERRAIN SURFACE MODELING Basic Concepts of Surface Modeling Approaches for Digital Terrain Surface Modeling The Continuity of DTM Surfaces Triangular Network Formation for Surface Modeling Grid Network Formation for Surface Modeling GENERATION OF TRIANGULAR IRREGULAR NETWORKS Triangular Irregular Network Formation: Principles Vector-Based Static Delaunay Triangulation Vector-Based Dynamic Delaunay Triangulation Constrained Delaunay Triangulation Triangulation from Contour Data with Skeletonization Delaunay Triangulations via Voronoi Diagrams Interpolation Techniques for Terrain Surface Modeling Interpolation Techniques: An Overview Area-Based Exact Fitting of Linear Surfaces Area-Based Exact Fitting of Curved Surface Area-Based Best Fitting of Surfaces Point-Based Moving Averaging Point-Based Moving Surfaces QUALITY CONTROL IN TERRAIN DATA ACQUISITION Quality Control: Concepts and Strategy On-Line Quality Control in Photogrammetric Data Acquisition Filtering of the Random Errors of the Original Data Detection of Gross Errors in Grid Data Based on Slope Information Detection of Isolated Gross Errors in Irregularly Distributed Data Detection of a Cluster of Gross Errors in Irregularly Distributed Data Detection of Gross Errors Based on Topologic Relations of Contours ACCURACY OF DIGITAL TERRAIN MODELS DTM Accuracy Assessment: An Overview Design Considerations for Experimental Tests on DTM Accuracy Empirical Models for the Accuracy of the DTM Derived from Grid Data Theoretical Models of DTM Accuracy Based on Slope and Sampling Interval Empirical Model for the Relationship between Grid and Contour Intervals MULTI-SCALE REPRESENTATIONS OF DIGITAL TERRAIN MODELS Multi-Scale Representations of DTM: An Overview Hierarchical Representation of DTM at Discrete Scales Metric Multi-Scale Representation of DTM at Continuous Scales: Generalization Visual Multi-Scale Representation of DTM at Continuous Scales: View-Dependent LOD Multi-Scale DTM at a National Level MANAGEMENT OF DTM DATA Strategies for Management of DTM Data Management of DTM Data with Files Management of DTM Data with Spatial Databases Compression of DTM Data Standards for DTM Data Format CONTOURING FROM DIGITAL TERRAIN MODELS Approaches for Contouring from DTM Vector-Based Contouring from Grid DTM Raster-Based Contouring from Grid DTM Vector-Based Contouring from Triangulated DTM Stereo Contouring from Grid DTM VISUALIZATION OF DIGITAL TERRAIN MODELS Visualization of Digital Terrain Models: An Overview Image-Based 2-D DTM Visualization Rendering Technique for Three-Dimensional DTM Visualization Texture Mapping for Virtual Landscape Generation Animation Techniques for DTM Visualization INTERPRETATION OF DIGITAL TERRAIN MODELS DTM Interpretation: An Overview Geometric Terrain Parameters Morphological Terrain Parameters Hydrological Terrain Parameters Visibility Terrain Parameters APPLICATIONS OF DIGITAL TERRAIN MODELS Applications in Civil Engineering Applications in Remote Sensing and Mapping Applications in Military Engineering Applications in Resources and Environment Marine Navigation Other Applications Beyond Digital Terrain Modeling Digital Terrain Modeling with Complex Construction Digital Terrain Modeling on the Sphere Three-Dimensional Volumetric Modeling|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 0415324629||PGS: 448||List: 139.95 YOUR PRICE: 132.95|
|Geographic Objects With Indeterminate Boundaries|
|Current geographical information systems GIS deal almost exclusively with well-defined, static geographical objects ranging from physical landscapes to towns and transport systems. Such objects, exactly located in space, can easily be handled by modern GIS, yet form only a small proportion of all the possible geographical objects.; This book challenges the assumption that the world is compsed of exactly defined and bounded geographic objects such as land parcels, rivers and countries. ignoring the essential complexity of the world, current GIS do not adequately address problems as diverse as the resolution of crime between national boundaries, or the interpretation of views of people from different cultures. This work, bringing together a range of specialists from fields such as linguistics, computer science, land surveying, cartography and soil science, examines current research into the challenges of dealing with geographical phenomena that cannot easily be forced into one of the two current standard data models.|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||S||ISBN: 0748403876||PGS: N/A||List: 109.95 YOUR PRICE: 104.45|
|GETTING STARTED WITH ARCINFO|
|Contents: Welcome to ArcInfo; Exploring Desktop ArcInfo; Exploring GIS Data; Planning a GIS Project; Organizing Data; Preparing Data for Analysis; Creating Derived Data; Analyzing Data; Presenting Your Results.|
|ESRI||S||ISBN: 1879102617||PGS: 230||List: 29.95 YOUR PRICE: 28.45|
|MAP PROJECTIONS: A Reference Manual|
|1.Introduction 2. General Theory of Map Projections 3. Map Projections with Straight Parallels 4. Map Projections with Parallels in the Shape of Concentric Circles 5. Map Projections with Parallels in the Shape on Nonconcentric Circles 6. Projections for Topographic and Named Quadrangle Maps 7. Research in Map Projections; Best and Ideal Map Projections 8. Numerical Methods in Mathematical Cartography 9. Choice and Identification in Map Projections 10. Problems and Automation in Map Projections 11. Summary of Miscellaneous Map Projections. Normal Normal Default Paragraph Font Default Paragraph Font wdooley$P:\sourcecd.vf7\tnf_books\TF1904.doc˙?? Unknown˙! Times New Roman Times New Roman Symbol Symbol '|
|TAYLOR & FRANCIS - CRC||S||ISBN: 0748403043||PGS: 328||List: 99.95 YOUR PRICE: 94.95|
|Map Use & Analysis, 4th Ed.|
|"This book is designed to serve as an introduction to the fascinating world of maps. It explains how to use maps to obtain information about a wide variety of topics. Throughout the book, maps are viewed in a broad framework. Thus, the discussion includes mental maps, aerial photographs, remotely sensed images, computer-assisted cartography, and geographical information systems, in addition to traditional printed maps. The writing style is neither formalistic nor casual, with an emphasis on clarity of explanation. The discussions assume that the reader has no specific prior knowledge of the topic, so that even novice map users can understand and use the information and techniques presented."|
|McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math||S||ISBN: 0073037486||PGS: 384||List: 96.00 YOUR PRICE: 91.20|
|MODELING OUR WORLD: ESRI Guide to Geodatabase Design|
|CONTENTS: Object Modeling & Geodatabases; How Maps Inform; GIS Data Representations; Structure of Geographic Data; Smart Features; Shape of Features; Managing Work flow with Versions; Linear Modeling with Networks; Cell-Based Modeling with Rasters; Surface Modeling with Tins; Finding Locations; Geodatabase Design Guide.|
|ESRI||S||ISBN: 1879102625||PGS: 199||List: 29.99 YOUR PRICE: 28.49|
|Schaum's Outline of General Topology, 1st Ed.|
|Sets and Relations; Functions; Cardinality, Order; Topology of the Line and Plane; Topological Spaces; Definitions; Bases and Subbases; Continuity and Topological Equivalence; Metric and Normed Spaces; Countability; Separation Axioms; Compactness; Product Spaces; Connectedness; Complete Metric Spaces; Function Spaces; Appendix; Properties of the Real Numbers ,|
|McGraw-Hill||S||ISBN: 0070379882||PGS: 256||List: 18.95 YOUR PRICE: 18.00|
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