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Map: Geospatial paradigm
IkonoviVesna
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0602237i
Abstract: There are different definitions of map. There is no one which is accepted in whole world or at least from the most cartographers. In the paper it will be given several definitions which are, at the best way, (according to the author’s opinion) reflecting essence of map as a model of reality. Map as a universal meaning of researching can’t serve only for representing particular geospace (spatial system) or some its element, or to give only clear view about geographical dispersion of objects, phenomena and processes, but have to make possible studying the patterns of that dispersion, as well as their mutual connections and conditions.
Atlases: Complex models of geospace
IkonoviVesna
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0502133i
Abstract: Atlas is modeled contexture contents of treated thematic of space on optimal map union. Atlases are higher form of cartography. Atlases content composition of maps which are different by projection, scale, format methods, contents, usage and so. Atlases can be classified by multi criteria. Modern classification of atlases by technology of making would be on: 1. classical or traditional (printed on paper and 2. electronic (made on electronic media - computer or computer station). Electronic atlases divided in three large groups: view-only electronic atlases, 2. interactive electronic atlases and 3. analytical electronic atlases.
Cartographic modeling: The role and importance
IkonoviVesna
Journal of the Geographical Institute Jovan Cvijic, SASA , 2007, DOI: 10.2298/ijgi0757443i
Abstract: Aim and sense of cartographic modeling is to represent essential, typical and characteristically attributes of mapping territory. Cartographic modeling is applying in two phases: 1. trough theoretical modeling and creating mind models (by notice relevant factors of space, modeling is in cartographer’s mind) and 2. trough practical modeling and making prototype model (continuing and objectification of mind model) which one has bigger degree of concrezation and experimented role. The maps are mathematical and logical models, which are not just representing the contents of the real space, but also their specific and relational traits which can’t be seen at first sight. Atlas is modeled contexture contents of treated thematic of space on optimal map union. Atlases are higher form of cartography. Modern computer's technology and specific software make possible better and faster making of all kinds of maps, atlases and spatial analysis connections and relationships among all elements of contents from concrete space which is, until now, demand much more time or they can not imagine.
Methodologic-cartographic algorithm
IkonoviVesna,?ivkovi? Dragica
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
IkonoviVesna,?ivkovi? Dragica
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.
The importance of visualization in cartographic communication
IkonoviVesna,?ivkovi? Dragica,?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.
Indicators of sustainable development of Ra ka region
Lje?evi? Milutin A.,IkonoviVesna
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0501071l
Abstract: Conceptual model of sustainable development is comprehended as consensus of human, social, economic, technological, cultural development and protection sanation and advance of environment, as well as protection initial natural inheritance and basic eco-systems. It is impossible to separate particular segments of development because sustainable (optimal) development has sensed only if it has been observe as integral unit. Indicators of sustainable development are applied on the example of Ra ka region.
The new cartographic projects in the Military Geographical Institute
Borisov Mirko,Radoj?i? Stevan,IkonoviVesna
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2010, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd1003207b
Abstract: This paper gives an overview and some details about a few new projects in area of digital cartography production of Military Geographical Institute. The maps are presented at scales 1:25.000, 1.250.000, 1:300.000 and 1:1.000.000. All of them are made in order to satisfy rigorous criterion of Serbian Armed Forces, as a main user of those maps. Those are the first digital topographic, overview topographic and geographic maps in Serbia, too.
Signs and symbols as different levels of presenting the occurrences in geospace
Uro?ev Nata?a,IkonoviVesna,?ivkovi? Dragica
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. .
Quantum Entanglement and Spin Control in Silicon Nanocrystal
Vesna Berec
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0045254
Abstract: Selective coherence control and electrically mediated exchange coupling of single electron spin between triplet and singlet states using numerically derived optimal control of proton pulses is demonstrated. We obtained spatial confinement below size of the Bohr radius for proton spin chain FWHM. Precise manipulation of individual spins and polarization of electron spin states are analyzed via proton induced emission and controlled population of energy shells in pure 29Si nanocrystal. Entangled quantum states of channeled proton trajectories are mapped in transverse and angular phase space of 29Si axial channel alignment in order to avoid transversal excitations. Proton density and proton energy as impact parameter functions are characterized in single particle density matrix via discretization of diagonal and nearest off-diagonal elements. We combined high field and low densities (1 MeV/92 nm) to create inseparable quantum state by superimposing the hyperpolarizationed proton spin chain with electron spin of 29Si. Quantum discretization of density of states (DOS) was performed by the Monte Carlo simulation method using numerical solutions of proton equations of motion. Distribution of gaussian coherent states is obtained by continuous modulation of individual spin phase and amplitude. Obtained results allow precise engineering and faithful mapping of spin states. This would provide the effective quantum key distribution (QKD) and transmission of quantum information over remote distances between quantum memory centers for scalable quantum communication network. Furthermore, obtained results give insights in application of channeled protons subatomic microscopy as a complete versatile scanning-probe system capable of both quantum engineering of charged particle states and characterization of quantum states below diffraction limit linear and in-depth resolution. PACS numbers: 03.65.Ud, 03.67.Bg, 61.85.+p, 67.30.hj
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