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Cliquez sur le titre de la page pour voir toutes les pages à propos de cartographie d'espace ; Essentiellement cela veut dire "cybercartographie".

En particulier lisez les excellents AtlasOfCyberspace et MappingCyberspace de Martin Dodge et Robert Kitchin sur lesquels une ébauche du contenu ici est basé.


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Thèse

Le CyberEspace n'est pas comme le vrai monde parce qu'il n'y a pas de cadre externe de référence. Nous pouvons en construire un faux, mais c'est seulement une illusion et lui-même est subvertible (par ex. téléports). Par conséqunt, alors que la perspective Occidentale de cartographier est celle d'un espace rationalisant et nous orientant nous-mêmes contre cette rationalisation (la grille), nous perdons cette rationalisation dans le cyberespace. Ceci nous laisse initialement "perdu dans l'espace", mais nous réapprenons rapidement nos talents de cartographe en se fondant sur des construtions sémantiques. Maintenant que le signe et le signifiant s'effondrent, les construtions sémantiques peuvent elles-même devenir l'espace, tout simplement comme la carte devient le territoire. Finalement, nous pouvons utiliser une navigation sociale pour nous orienter nous-même dans cet espace comme le définissait la sémantique comme construtions sociales.


Je fais un article du trimestre sur la cybercartographie, aussi j'espère que j'écrirai ici des trucs intéressants.. -- SunirShah

Je posterai ma présentation sur http://sunir.org/meatball/CategoryCartography/presentation.ppt. Elle fait 2MB, aussi ne la téléchargez pas des centaines de fois ! Je l'effacerai probablement ou la migreerai ailleurs à l'avenir, par conséquent, ne faites pas de liens sans fournir des avertissemens suffisants. Plus tard... j'ai eu un A ; joli ! -- SunirShah

Wiki:TomErickson

ChatCircles

LoomVisualization

VisualWho

StarryNight

Mark Smith's NetScan? project: mapping UseNet.

Références

Anders, P. (1999) Envisioning cyberspace: designing 3D electronic spaces. New York: McGraw?-Hill.

Batty, M. (1997) Virtual geography. Futures, 29(4/5), 337-352.

Batty, M. and Barr, B. (1994) The electronic frontier: exploring and mapping cyberspace. Futures, 26(7), 699-712.

Benford, S., Brown, C., Reynard, G., and Greenhalgh, C. (1996) Shared spaces: transportation, artificiality, and spatiality. In Proceedings of the 1996 ACM Conference on Computer supported cooperative work, Boston, MA, 77-86.

Börner, K. (2002) Twin Worlds: augmenting, evaluating, and studying three-dimensional digital cities and their evolving communities. in M. Tanabe, P. van den Besselaar, T. Ishida (Eds.): Digital Cities, LNCS 2362, pp. 257-269. Available from http://citeseer.nj.nec.com/562495.html

Börner, K., Hazlewood, W.R., and Sy-Miaw L. (2002) Visualizing the spatial and temporal distribution of user interaction data collected in three-dimensional virtual worlds. in Proceedings. Sixth International Conference on Information Visualization (IV'02). July 10-12, London, England. pp. 25-31. Available from http://vw.indiana.edu/cive02/004_borner_VisSpatialTemporal.pdf

Bowers, J., Pycock, J., and O'Brien, J. (1996) Talk and embodiment in collaborative virtual environments. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems: common ground, April 13-18, Vancouver, British Columbia, 58-65.

Boyd, D., Lee, H-Y., Ramage, D., and Donath, J. (2002) Developing legible visualizations of online social spaces. in Proceedings of the Hawai'i International Conference on System Sciences, January 7�??10, Big Island, Hawaii. Available from http://smg.media.mit.edu/papers/danah/HICSS2002.pdf. [***]

Chen, C., L. Thomas, et al. (1999). Representing the Semantics of Virtual Spaces. IEEE Multimedia, April/June: 54-63.

Cockburn, A., and McKenzie?, B. (2002) Evaluating the effectiveness of spatial memory in 2D and 3D physical and virtual environments. in Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems: Changing our world, changing ourselves table of contents, April 20-25, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, 203-210.

Couclelis, H. (1998). Worlds of information: the geographic metaphor in the visualization of complex information. Cartography and Geographic Information Systems, vol. 25, no. 4: 209-20' Dodge, M., and Kitchin, R. (2001) The Atlas of Cyberspace. London: Pearson Education.

Dodge, M., and Kitchin, R. (2001) Mapping Cyberspace. London: Routledge.

Fitzpatrick, G., Kaplan, S., and Mansfield, T. (1996) Physical spaces, virtual places and social worlds- a study of work in the virtual. In Proceedings of the 1996 ACM Conference on Computer supported cooperative work, Boston, MA, 334-343.

Harpold, T. (1999) Dark continents: a critique of Internet metageographies. Postmodern Culture 9(2). [dubious?]

Harrison, S., and Dourish, P. (1996) Re-place-ing space: the roles of place and space in collaborative systems. In Proceedings of the 1996 ACM Conference on Computer supported cooperative work, Boston, MA, 67-76.

Hillier, B. (1996) Space is the machine: a configurational theory of architecture. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Jiang, B. and Ormeling, F. (1997) Cybermap: the map for cyberspace. Cartographic Journal, 24(2), 111-116. Available from http://www.hig.se/%7Ebjg/cj1.PDF.

Jiang, B. and Ormeling, F. (2000) Mapping cyberspace: Visualizing, analysing and exploring virtual worlds. The Cartographic Journal, 37(20), 117-122. Available from http://www.hig.se/~bjg/cybermap2000.pdf

Kitchin, R. (1998). Cyberspace: The World in the Wires, Wiley, Chichester, U.K [Robarts, HM221 .K584 1998X (***)]

Kraak, M-J., and Brown, A. (eds.) (2001) Web cartography: developments and prospects. New York: Tayler & Francis. [GA 102.4 .E4W43]

MacEachren?, A. M., 1994, Visualization in modern cartography: Setting the Agenda. In Visualization in Modern Cartography (A. M. MacEachren? and D. R. F. Taylor, Oxford, UK: Pergamon), pp. 1-12. [often cited]

MacEachren?, A. M. (1995). How Maps Work: Representation, Visualization, and Design. New York: Guilford Press. [GA105.3 .M32]

McBeath?, G. B. and Webb, S. A. (1995) Cities, subjectivity and cyberspace. in Proceedings of Sociological Association Annual Conference, University of Leicester, April 10-13. Available from http://www.usyd.edu.au/su/social/papers/mcbeath.txt

Minar, N. and Donath, J. (1999) Visualizing the crowds at a web site. CHI 1999. Available from http://xenia.media.mit.edu/~nelson/research/crowdvis/socvis-final-color.ps.gz

Robinson, A. H. (1952) The look of maps. Madison: University of Wisconson Press.

Skupin, A. (2000). From Metaphor to Method: Cartographic Perspectives on Information Visualization, Proceedings, IEEE Symposium on Information Vizualization (InfoVis) 2000, Oct. 9-10. Available from http://www.geog.ucsb.edu/~sara/teaching/geo234_00/papers/skupin.pdf

Slocum, T. A., Blok, C., Jiang, B., Koussoulakou, A., Montello, D. R., Fuhrmann, S., and Hedley, N. (2001). Cognitive and Usability Issues in Geovisualization. Cartography and Geographic Information Science, Vol. 28, No.1: 61-75.

Smith, M. A., Farnham, S. D., and Drucker, S. M. (2000) The social life of small graphical chat spaces. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems, April 1-6, The Hague, The Netherlands, 462-469. Available from http://research.microsoft.com/scg/papers/vchatchi2000.pdf

Taylor, J. (1997) The emerging geographics of virtual worlds. Geographical Review, 87(2), 172-192.

Tilton, D. W. and S. K. Andrews (1994). Space, Place and Interface. Cartographica, 30(4): 61-72.

Turnbull, D. (1994) MapsAreTerritories: Science is an atlas. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Wexelblat, A., and Maes, P. (1999) Footprints: History-rich tools for information foraging. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems: the CHI is the limit, May 15-20, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 270-277. Available from http://citeseer.nj.nec.com/cache/papers/cs/7250/ftp:zSzzSzftp.media.mit.eduzSzwexzSzCHI-99-Footprints.mak.pdf/wexelblat99footprints.pdf

Non cuisiné

http://smg.media.mit.edu/papers/

Nous aimons tous JudithDonath et son "Sociable Media Group". ;)

Social network analysis

TODO


Utilisation des cartes sur le Web, chapter 3, Web Cartography, Corné PJ.M. van Elzakker p.21-36

web index or category maps


Motivations

Construction/subversion of space (Anders, 1998)

Teleportation hack; prevents socialization by random encounters on the street.

Logical Adjacency Maps (Anders, 1998)

Visual MUDs


[Quotations on the use of Place]


Discussion

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