Database Implementation of the Means of Map Representation Catalogue for the Third Military Survey Maps
VICHROVÁ, M., KEPKA, M. Database Implementation of the Means of Map Representation Catalogue for the Third Military Survey Maps. Varna-Riviera, Bulgaria, 2014.
|Anglický název:||Database Implementation of the Means of Map Representation Catalogue for the Third Military Survey Maps|
|Autoři:||Ing. Martina Vichrová Ph.D. , Ing. Michal Kepka ,|
|Abstrakt EN:||Old topographical maps represent unique data source of aspect of landscape in certain historical period. One important example of unique data source is map sections of the Third Military Survey. The aim of the Third Military Survey in the territories of the former Austrian-Hungarian Monarchy was to create new map sections with richer and more accurate map content for military and civil use. Several institutions in the Czech Republic publish the map sets of the Third Military Survey in the Internet environment, but without publishing detailed information about the content of these maps. The scope of this work is to design categories of map elements and to implement the Catalogue of map subjects of the Third Military Survey by using database technologies. Individual categories of the map subjects were proposed. Particular map subjects defined in the map key were classified into appropriate categories. Later editions of list of map symbols were taken into consideration. The catalogue contains original map symbols for each map subject and their modifications during the time if any exist. The data model of this catalogue was designed and implemented in relational database system. The results can be summarized as the Catalogue of map subjects of the Third Military Survey as such, the data model of this Catalogue and its implementation in the spatial database. The Catalogue represents data source for consequent analyses and statistics within the scope of the Third Military Survey or in comparison to other analogous surveys. The database implementation of the Catalogue represents groundwork for searching of map subjects and identifying of the map content on the georeferenced map sections.|