Alternative transitions between existing representations in multi-scale maps

Abstract : Map users may have issues to achieve multi-scale navigation tasks, as cartographic objects may have various representations across scales. We assume that adding intermediate representations could be one way to reduce the differences between existing representations, and to ease the transitions across scales. We consider an existing multiscale map on the scale range from 1:25k to 1:100k scales. Based on hypotheses about intermediate representations design, we build custom multi-scale maps with alternative transitions. We will conduct in a next future a user evaluation to compare the efficiency of these alternative maps for multi-scale navigation. This paper discusses the hypotheses and production process of these alternative maps.
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Marion Dumont, Guillaume Touya, Cécile Duchêne. Alternative transitions between existing representations in multi-scale maps. International Cartographic Conference, ICA, Jul 2017, Washington, DC, United States. ⟨10.5194/ica-proc-1-33-2017⟩. ⟨hal-02123885⟩

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