AutoCarto Proceedings Papers 2016

The Cartographic and Geographic Information Society is proud to present this permanent record of AutoCarto 2016, the 19th International Research Symposium on Computer-based Cartography, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. The listing below is an index to the PDF files for 21 individual papers and 10 abstracts submitted by authors and reviewed by the AutoCarto 2016 Program Committee. In all cases, copyright has been assigned to CaGIS. For inquiries about AutoCarto 2016, contact Scott Freundschuh (Conference Chair) or Eric Anderson (CaGIS Executive Director)

Scott Freundschuh, AutoCarto 2016 Conference Chair and Professor, University of New Mexico

Full Proceedings: Proceedings, AutoCarto2016. The 19th International Research Symposium on Computer-based Cartography Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. September 14-16, 2016. Edited by S.M. Freundschuh. Online Proceedings published by the Cartography and Geographic Information Society.


Map-­nostics for Guiding Cartographic Exploration by Sarah Battersby and Andrea Ballatore

Unholey Maps: How to Deal with Holes in Your Data Sets by Aileen Buckley

Integrating SDI and Linked Open Data: A Case Study Using Administrative Boundaries by Silvana Philippi Camboim and Claudia Robbi Sluter

Smart Points of Interest: Big, linked and Harmonized Spatial Data by Otakar Cerba and Tomas Mildorf

Rapid 3D Modeling Using Photogrammetry Applied to Google Earth by Jorge Chen and Keith C. Clarke

Educating the Public with Maps and GIS in Museum Exhibits by Daniel Cole

Areal Differentiation Using Fuzzy Set Membership and Support Logic by Michael N. DeMers

LiDAR Models for Archaeological Feature Detection in Mayan Sites by Richard K. Ellsworth

3D Webcartographic Tools for Planetary Science Outreach by Mátyás Gede and Henrik Hargitai

Dynamic Population Mapping Using Social Media Data (Twitter) by Su Yeon Han and Ming-­‐Hsiang Tsou

Interoperability in Planetary Research For Geospatial Data Analysis by Trent M. Hare

Examining 3D GIS as Enabling Technology for On-­campus Situational Awareness by Paddington Hodza, Sitian Xiong, Cameron Sloan, Wendy Berelson and Jeffery Hamerlinck

Visualizing Travel Time: Approaches, Perceptual Quality and User Issues by Sungsoo Ray Hong and Sarah Battersby

Open Transport Map: Open Harmonized Dataset or Road Network by Karel Jedlička, Pavel Hájek, Jan Ježek, František Kolovský, Tomáš Mildorf, Karel Charvát, Dmitrii Kozhukh, Jan Martolos, Jan Šťastný and Daniel Beran

Cooperative Spatial Regionalization in a Distributed Memory by Jason Laura and Sergio J. Rey

Developing a Parcel Level Natural Hazards Index: Charleston South Carolina a Case study by Norman Levine and K. Eric Anderson

Information Extraction Based on the Concept of Geographic Context by Stefan Leyk and Yao-­‐Yi Chiang

MAF/TIGER® System, Horizontal Spatial Accuracy Assessments since 2000 by John Liadis

Real-­‐Time Drainage Basin Modeling Using Concurrent Compute Shaders by James E. Mower

Mapping of the Vulnerability of Forest Resources due to Extreme Winter Storms in the State of Baden-­‐Wurttemberg in Germany by Syed Monjur Murshed and Eric Reed

Mapping GeoRSS Feeds and the Shift from KML to GeoJSON by Michael P. Peterson

Improving TIGER, Hidden Costs: The Uncertain Correspondence of 1990 and 2010 U.S. Census Geography by Jonathan P. Schroeder

Unlisted: Variations in Location Sharing by Craigslist Users by Dara E. Seidl and Christopher Allen

An Open Source Solution to High Performance Processing for Extracting Surface Water Drainage Networks from Diverse Terrain Conditions by Lawrence V. Stanislawski, Kornelijus Survila, Jeffrey Wendel, Yan Liu, and Barbara P. Buttenfield

Enriching The National Map Database for Multi-­‐ Scale Use: Introducing the VisibilityFilter Attribution by Andrew J. Stauffer, Brittany L. Roche and Seth D. Webinger

An Automated Spatial Flow Layout Algorithm using Triangulation, Approximate Steiner Tree and Path Smoothing by Shipeng Sun

Exploring the Potential of Integrated Cadastral and Building Data for Evaluation of Remote-­‐ Sensing based Multi-­‐Temporal Built-­‐up Land Layers by Johannes H. Uhl, Stefan Leyk, Aneta J. Florczyk, Martino Pesaresi and Deborah Balk

Spatial Concepts for Hydrography Ontology Alignment by Dalia E. Varanka and Michelle Cheatham

Spatial, Temporal and Thematic Structure of VGI in Social Media Following Different Catastrophic Events by Haiyun Ye and Keith Clarke

Visualizing Distant Objects on Mobile Phones: Choice of Resizable Icons by Jiayan Zhao, and Rui Li

Spatio-­Temporal Small Area Analysis for Improved Population Estimation Based on Advanced Dasymetric Refinement by Hamidreza Zoraghein, Stefan Leyk, Barbara Buttenfield and Matt Ruther