automated cartography - [graphics (map display)] The process of making maps using computer systems that carry out many of the tasks associated with map production. [Category=Geospatial ] ...
The process of drawing maps with the aid of computer driven display devices such as plotters and graphics screens. The term does not imply any information processing.
See Also: GIS
[graphics (map display)] The process of making maps using computer systems that carry out many of the tasks associated with map production.
Digital cartography and GIS both encode spatial relationships in structured formal representations. GIS is used in digital cartography modeling as a (semi)automated process of making maps, so called Automated Cartography.
The process of making maps using computer systems that carry out many of the tasks associated with map production. Referenced by: Geographic information system.
automated digitizing ...
In the 1970s, Automated Cartography was the rage (mapping focus). In the 1980s, Spatial Database Management and geo-query took center stage (data/structure focus). In the 1990s, GIS Modeling was at the forefront (analysis focus).
computer cartography (also called "digital cartography", "automated cartography") provides methods for digital
representation and manipulation of cartographic features and methods of visualization
Remote Sensing ...
However, manually digitized paper maps remain the primary form of data input in an automated cartography GIS. Scanned maps are also often used.
Land Information ...
Five people are being trained to use the system by the French expert. This is an automated cartography project.
University of Mauritius
Faculty of Engineering ...
See also: Cartography, GIS, Model, Information, Geographic