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Serbian cartography: From engineering to digital
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd1203001z
Abstract: Today’s territory of Serbia early appeared on geographical maps as it was a direct result of its territory in relation to the centres of the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations. However, cartographic displays have long been scarce and uneven. Serbia’s separation from mainstream European cartography has affected its inaccurate displays, taking over data from old maps and relying on chronicles. This is why Serbia’s displays on maps and its cartographic heritage have to be observed dualistically, simultaneously as European cartographic displays of Serbia and Serbian cartography. [Projekat Ministarstva nauke Republike Srbije, br. 176008]
Place of cartography in the system of geographical sciences at the Faculty of geography, University of Belgrade
Journal of the Geographical Institute Jovan Cvijic, SASA , 2007, DOI: 10.2298/ijgi0757437z
Abstract: Development of cartography at the University is in close relation with social and economic development of Serbia. Due to historical circumstances - liberation wars and territorial federation, cartography was originally based on map making, i.e. the applied cartography within military institutions, and later at the university. During last twenty years of XX century, the cartography has had its intense development due to its interactivity and possibility to process the spatial data by improving and applying of the computers. The main problem in cartography development is that there are no schools or studies for education of the cartographers. The skills are acquired in the course of geography or geodesy studies. At the Faculty for Geography there has been established the Department for Cartography, a Laboratory for cartography and post-graduate studies in Geographic cartography. Master and doctorate studies are organized as a consequence of the reforms. There is a great difference in comprehension of cartography in the past times and nowadays.
Changes in number of population, households and population density in Tutin area
ivkoviDragica,Pavlovi? Mila
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0601097z
Abstract: The position in the peripheral, mountainous part of Serbia, made Tutin area isolated for a long time. The continual decrease of the number of inhabitants is the result of the weak economic development, of the decrease of the natural growth and emigration. The process of population redistribution is the result of the increase of urban and the decrease of rural population. There is a great number of rural inhabitants, and a great number of small settlements of scattered and spilled type. The changes of population number also influenced the changes of the number of households their structure, as well as the population density. Stopping of the further decrease of population is possible by developing economic branches based on the natural resources of the territory, infrastructure, small economy and tourism.
Comparison of morphemic word structure and a cartographic sign
ivkoviDragica,Jovanovi? Jasmina
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2011, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd1101159z
Abstract: Language is a system of gestures, sounds, characters, symbols and words that are used to display concepts and communication. Map language is derived from natural language, rather than parallel to it, as its graphical equivalent. Natural and mapping language is based on a system of signs. In the natural language, the letters are the smallest units, and arranged meaningfully they constitute a sign - a word i.e. a concept. In a cartographic language one sign is one term. But common to both languages is the basis of character - morphemes and its accessories - affixes, which in the cartographic language have greater possibilities of expression.
Methodologic-cartographic algorithm
Ikonovi? Vesna,ivkoviDragica
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2008, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0803011i
Abstract: Many famous world cartographers deal with definition and significance of cartographic method. Cartographic method is the one of the most important method of researching and knowledge of geospace. Like that it is applying in researching of all spatial sciences. By its usage we got 2D, 3D and 4D models of reality. The most importance cartographic models are maps and atlases.
Methodological concepts of cartography
Ikonovi? Vesna,ivkoviDragica
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2007, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0702153i
Abstract: Cartography is a science, technique and art. Cartography is organization and communication of geographical connected information in graphical and digital forms. That can include all conditions of data prepared for presentation and usage. Cartography in the cotemporary society is a system of diverse manifestation forms dominated by making and using traditional and virtual cartosemiotic models of reality and fiction. Cartography is dynamic science, which developing its disciplines according to demands of modern theory and needs of practical sciences, often tacking and overlaying with their researching fields. On that way there are becoming new disciplines (bridges between sciences), which not leading to new differentiations but their integrations. That new disciplines are: Cartoinformatics (geoinformation cartography), Geoicons and Geoimage.
Cartographic modeling of the population density in the function of research of spatial-demographical relations
Jovanovi? Jasmina,ivkoviDragica
Journal of the Geographical Institute Jovan Cvijic, SASA , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/ijgi0554115j
Abstract: Cartographic modeling of the population density by a diagram map method (comparative way of semioscale mapping) and by a method of cartogram, enables presentation of the information about current spatial-demographical relations in a systematic, comparative, metrical, synoptic and suitable way, relevant for different aspects of specific research. Through methods of the cartographic information forms various types of population density are included: general, general agrarian, specific agrarian, agrarian-productive density and valorized agrarian population density. Chosen and applied cartographical methods, by modeling of the population density, enable to view them and express in a more apparent spatial graphical-analytical way. Applied semiometrics tends to realize the results of the numerical values of the parameters of the subject area via figures of symbols. Different types of population density are shown on the coordinate graph which enables their comparison as well as their status regarding the average values of the subject area. Cartographic modeling of the population density enables analytic and synthetic approach in researching and evaluating of the quantities and quality characteristics of the presented categories, which are functionally connected and determined, for the purpose of highlighting the typical, specific and essential. Application of the cartographic methods in modeling of the population density is shown in the example of municipalities in districts of Bor and Zajecar for 2002, where the spatial differentiation of the population density was explicit.
The importance of visualization in cartographic communication
Ikonovi? Vesna,ivkoviDragica,?or?evi? Aleksandar
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2011, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd1104159i
Abstract: Visualization is a field of computer graphics which explores the analytical and communication possibilities of visual presentation. Visualization explores the possibilities of using images, similar to three-dimensional world, as models so that analysis and communication can be improved. Visualization depends on new computer techniques of data analysis and presentation, as well as on the accuracy, exactness and form of said data. Visualization is a scientific tool, but its application demands art, imagination and intuition. Visualization demands the use of the latest and the best computer technology.
The possibility to prevent postoperative sensitivity in resin-based composite restored teeth
Manojlovi? Dragica,?upanjac Sr?an,ivkovi? Slavoljub
Stomatolo?ki Glasnik Srbije , 2007, DOI: 10.2298/sgs0702081m
Abstract: Introduction: Postoperative sensitivity is a common problem in patients after placement of resin-based composite (RBC) restorations. Aim: The of this study was to evaluate clinical efficacy of oxalate desensitizer BisBlock in the prevention of postoperative sensitivity after placement of RBC restorations. Materials and Methods: This clinical study was conducted at Belgrade University School of Dentistry Department of Restorative Dentistry and Endodontics. The study comprised 31 patients, both sexes, aged 18 - 32. In each patient, two class II cavities were prepared in premolars (62 cavities) and restored with RBCs. One restored tooth in each patient was treated with BisBlock (experimental group) while another served as control. In the restorative procedure, Single Bond (3M ESPE) was used as the adhesive and teeth were restored with Valux Plus (3M ESPE) RBC. Sensitivity evaluation was performed at day 1, day 4 and day 7 after restoration and comprised sensitivity on thermal and osmotic stimuli as well as sensitivity during mastication. Results: The obtained results revealed statistically significant decrease of postoperative sensitivity in experimental (3.23%) than control group (16.14%). .
Signs and symbols as different levels of presenting the occurrences in geospace
Uro?ev Nata?a,Ikonovi? Vesna,ivkoviDragica
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2009, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0903059u
Abstract: This study is about basic cartographic conception like sign and symbol and their vertical and horizontal connection and condition. Also, the function that they have is marked by nominal, ordinal and interval-ratio scales of measurement, i.e. levels of representing signs. All these factors are connected and give us information about qualitative and quantitative characteristics of occurrences in space that we are mapping. Beside main concept, the statistical unit for determination the key of signs for thematic maps will be also presented here. This unit gives the main characteristics of sign, which is mapped at specific map or plan. .
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