Meeting 2019 – Submission Tracks

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ICA Commissions Ubiquitous Maps and Maps and the Internet

Pre Conference Meeting

Akita Japan

July 12 to 14 2019

Submission Tracks

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ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS

Submit your 100 to 300 word abstract to Rex Cammack by June 1, 2019

Example Abstract Below:

Internet Map Design for Low bandwidth Networks

James D. Fotenbury and Henry L. Mickens
University of South Queensland, Australia, Friesland University, Netherland
jdfotenbury@gmail.com, HLMickens@fu.edu.ne

Map designing for low bandwidth networks changes many of the current mapping technologies being develop. Though many of this new technologies claim to be data efficient in practical application these new technologies fail to function in this limited data through put environment. This research look at identifying some of the most efficient technologies for mapping. In addition to examining the through put issues pre distribution design issue can be used to reduce the total map delivery speed.

Keyword: map design, cartographic network architecture, data through put

Abstract review and acceptance notification will completed as abstract are submitted.

BOOK CHAPTER SUBMISSION

Authors have an additional option to submit their work in a chapter format for review for and upcoming book Trends and Technologies for Maps and the Internet. Submission Deadline for the chapter will be by June 1, 2019. Submit your abstract and chapters to Rex Cammack by June 1, 2019

Submitting Chapter for both the Book and Workshop

Book chapter submission can also be included in the Akita ICA Workshop program. When submitted please indicate if you wish to present you research at the Akita ICA Workshop.

Chapter formatting requirement and templates:
MS Word
laTeX

All chapters will be reviewed and acceptance or rejection for the book will be sent to all authors by June 29, 2019.

Author can submit or be on teams that submit multiple chapters.

Editing request will be forward to the first author of the chapter as needed during the review process.

Final edits are expected by July 6th, 2019