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International Symposium on Information Engineering and Electronic Commerce, 3rd (IEEC 2011)

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C. B. Povloviq
C. B. Povloviq
National Technical University of Ukraine
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C. W. Lu
C. W. Lu
Huangshi Institute of Technology
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ISBN:
9780791859759
No. of Pages:
562
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2011

Geographic phenomena are generally recognized as different cognitive scales and include very intricate spatio-temporal processes and continuously increasing geospatial data. Aims at developing a more effective way of representing and understanding these geographic changes, a virtual geographic environment (VGE) based multi-scale representation was developed in this paper. By integrating multiple different scales of atmospheric process models with the complex and accurate 3D geographical information representation, the VGE based geographic process representation was identified to possess the capability to explore geographic mechanism as well as to improve human spatial cognition about geographic rules.

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Introduction
VGE Based Geographic Process Cognition
Geographic Process Cognition and Representation: Oriented to Multi-Scale Air Pollution Simulation
Conclusions
Acknowledgment
References
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