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On scans from the separates to be printed in blue one should indicate whether lines refer to rivers, coastlines or lake shores; codes can be added to the rivers that should indicate their importance; this is relevant should the scanned image subsequently be generalized and represented on a smaller scale. The currently (2009) optimal procedure is considered on-screen digitizing. It is a combination of scanning and digitizing. For this procedure the map as a whole is scanned first and displayed and enlarged on a monitor screen.

An example of such a subdivision of objects into categories would be: ● ● ● ● hydrography: (a) major rivers, lakes; (b) minor rivers, lakes; territorial boundaries: (a) national boundaries; (b) state/provincial boundaries; (c) county boundaries; coastlines: (a) coastlines and major islands; (b) minor islands; administrative names: (a) names of countries; (b) names of states/provinces; (c) names of counties/departments. 1). 2). These geographic data sets are composed of the following thematic layers: elevation, vegetation, land-cover, land-use, transportation, drainage systems, boundaries and population centres.

If the map to be drawn is based on the request ‘draw only the largest and smallest area’, the structure represented in map I will fail. However, the structure represented by map II will also fail when the request would be ‘draw only those areas bounded by district C’. The type of request will, for raster and vector structures, influence the response times. The nature of the data to be represented will strongly influence the choice between vector or raster data structures. g. pipes, networks). Whenever the organization depends on remote sensing data, a raster data structure is advisable, because it is suitable for both interpreted and noninterpreted data.

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