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Multimedia Cartography (1999)

Date: 1999
Creator: Cartwright, W; M. Peterson, G. Gartner
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Access: CD-ROM [128]
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Synopsis The development of interactive multimedia products on CD ROM and the Internet, via the WWW, has generated interest in the field of multimedia cartography. There has been an upsurge of interest in developing methodologies that best exploit both the technology and communication effectiveness of multimedia mapping. This book is addressed to professional cartographers interested in moving into multimedia mapping, for cartographers already involved in this field who wish to discover the approaches that other practitioners in multimedia cartography have already taken and for students and academics in the mapping sciences and related geographic fields wishing to update their knowledge of cartographic design and production. System requirement are: standard PC 486; any 486 DX-based computer at 66 mhz or faster; any Pentium-based computer; 16MB RAM; Windpws 95; sound card. Download sites for all necessary plug-ins are given in the book.
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