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Improving Evacuation Maps by Integrating Needs and Preferences of End-Users in GIS

Abstract : An efficient communication requires knowing the characteristics of the receiver. Even if this rule of communication is the basis in many fields of applications (marketing, education, advertising …), it is still not operationnaly integrated into flood risk cartographic communication. This is surprising since cartographic software and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) have become inevitable in territorial management and engineering assessments and allow the mappers to produce target-oriented communication resources such as maps in an effective and efficient manner. In our contribution we will show how flood evacuation maps may be produced by integrating the needs with respect to stakeholder communication as well as the preferences of different end-users.
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Gaëtan Palka, Kamal Serrhini, Sven Fuchs, Serge Thibault, Emmanuel Neron. Improving Evacuation Maps by Integrating Needs and Preferences of End-Users in GIS. 26th International Cartographic Conference, Aug 2013, Dresden, Germany. ⟨hal-01327022⟩

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