Distributed data – one application. A technological revelation, but a cartographic nightmare? Sverre Iversen, Geological Survey of Norway ICC 2003, Durban, South Africa. Contents. About us Application development WMS – what and how National Geo-portals Cartographic challenges
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A technological revelation, but a cartographic nightmare?
Sverre Iversen, Geological Survey of Norway
ICC 2003,Durban, South Africa
3 types of requests:
The map images can be transparent and several map requests (GetMap) can constitute a composite map with several image layers.
Libraries for easy definition of:
Contains functionality for:
A Web Portal is a Website that offers carefully collated information and services from a variety of fields to satisfy the needs of a particular user group.
Servlet filtering - design control:
Data that are not intuitively recognisable from context to context can be a nightmare to the user.