Proceedings

8ICCGIS Proceedings Vol.1, 2020

8th International Conference on Cartography and GIS
Proceedings Vol. 1
2020, Nessebar, Bulgaria
© Editors: Temenoujka Bandrova, Milan Konečný, Silvia Marinova
© Publisher: Bulgarian Cartographic Association
1, Chr. Smirnenski Blvd.
Sofia, Bulgaria, 2020
ISSN: 1314-0604

Editors: Temenoujka Bandrova, Milan Konečný, Silvia Marinova

Reviewers: Temenoujka Bandrova, Dariusz Dukaczewski, Bashkim Idrizi, Milan Konečný, Miljenko Lapaine, Silvia Marinova, Takashi Morita, José Jesús Reyes Nunez, Lyubka Pashova, Carla Sena, Necla Ulugtekin, Lynn Usery, Dalia Varanka, László Zentai

Technical editor: Stefan Bonchev

Contents

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Temenoujka Bandrova and Silvia MarinovaINTRODUCTION
1Dariusz Dukaczewski and Anna MarkowskaAPPLICATION OF ENTITIES METHODOLOGY AND RULES FOR DESIGNING OF ANIMATED CARTOGRAPHIC ANAMORPHOSES
2Zsuzsanna Lente, Barbara Kecskés, Mátyás Márton and László ZentaiDIGITAL RECONSTRUCTION OF A UNIQUE, GIANT GLOBE
3Zdeněk Stachoň, Čeněk Šašinka, Milan Konečný, Stanislav Popelka and David LackoAN EYE-TRACKING ANALYSIS OF VISUAL SEARCH TASK ON CARTOGRAPHIC STIMULI
4Čeněk Šašinka, Zdeněk Stachoň, Alžběta Šašinková, Pavel Ugwitz, Daniela Halámková, Jiří Čeněk, Vojtěch Juřík and Stanislav PopelkaCOMPARISON OF EXTRINSIC AND INTRINSIC VISUALIZATION METHODS: EXPLORATIVE EYETRACKING DATA ANALYSIS
5Márton Pál and Gáspár AlbertDIFFERENT PRACTICES OF MAP USE IN EARTH SCIENCES
6Antonio Voyonov and Georg GartnerTOWARDS A SEMANTIC-BASED VISUALIZATION PORTAL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OF THE VIENNA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
7Yanjie Sun, Mingguang Wu, Yangli Han and Xueying ZhangMANIFOLD LEARNING–BASED MAP COLOR TRANSFER
8Christos Kastrisios, Colin Ware, Brian Calder, Thomas Butkiewicz, Lee Alexander and Rogier BroekmanIMPROVED TECHNIQUES FOR DEPTH QUALITY INFORMATION ON NAVIGATIONAL CHARTS
9Giulia MontanariMAPPING STYLES FROM A PRAXIS THEORY POINT OF VIEW
10Nadezhda Ilieva, Boris Kazakov, Stefan Genchev, Velimira Stoyanova and Aleksandra RavnachkaAPPLICATION OF GIS IN SPATIAL SEGREGATION MEASUREMENT (A CASE STUDY OF PLOVDIV, BULGARIA)
11Georgi Zhelezov and Velimira StoyanovaSPATIAL MODELING OF THE MORPHOHYDROGRAPHIC PECULIARITIES IN THE CATCHMENTS OF LOM AND OGOSTA RIVERS
12Christos Kastrisios, Brian Calder and Megan BartlettINSPECTION AND ERROR REMEDIATION OF BATHYMETRIC RELATIONSHIPS OF ADJOINING POLYGONAL OBJECTS IN ELECTRONIC NAVIGATIONAL CHARTS
13Stanislav VasilevCREATING CARTOGRAPHICAL SIGNS WITH DOUBLE ARTICULATION
14Sergey KrylovMETHODS AUTOMATED CREATION OF TYPICAL GEOGRAPHICAL BASES FOR ATLASES
15Burak Beyhan, Sevim Pelin Özkan, Ezgi Seyfioğlu and Volkan KapucuWEB-GIS BASED CAMPUS SPATIAL INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR A UNIVERSITY
16Andrea Pődör and László ZentaiCOMPARATIVE STUDY OF FIELD MEASUREMENT TO DETECT LIGHT POLLUTION AND LUMINOUS FLUX IN URBAN AREA WITH CROWDSOURCING
17Pavel Špulák and Jan BrothánekHOW TO MANAGE NECESSARY AND BORING EVIL OF PYTHON PROGRAMS CONFIGURATION FILES
18Gyula Iván, László Zentai, Szabolcs Mihály, Tamás Palya and Gábor Remetey-FülöppLAND ADMINISTRATION AS A KEY-ELEMENT IN SDGS’ SUCCESS
19Dalibor Bartonek, Jiri Bures, Otakar Švábenský and Jiří JežekON THE PROBLEMS OF INTEGRATION OF SPATIAL DATA OF CONSTRUCTION PROCEDURES IN THE CONTEXT OF THE EGOVERNMENT OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC
20Jiri Bures, Dalibor Bartonek and Otakar SvabenskyTECHNOLOGICAL GIS SUPPORT OF PROPERTY SETTLEMENT OF LARGE STRUCTURES
21Penjani Hopkins Nyimbili and Turan ErdenA COMBINED MODEL OF GIS AND FUZZY LOGIC EVALUATION FOR LOCATING EMERGENCY FACILITIES: A CASE STUDY OF ISTANBUL
22Edon Maliqi, Ivica Milevski and Petar PenevGEOSPATIAL ASSESSMENT OF SOIL EROSION ON TIME SERIES USING EROSION POTENTIAL MODEL AND GEOSPATIAL TECHNOLOGIES
23Miglena Zhiyanski, Maria Glushkova and Rositsa YanevaMAPPING SOIL PROPERTIES AND RADIONUCLIDES DISTRIBUTION IN POLAR ECOSYSTEMS OF LIVINGSTON ISLAND
24Maria Glushkova, Miglena Zhiyanski, Mariam Bozhilova and Rositsa YanevaMAPPING ECONOMIC VALUATION OF SELECTED ECOSYSTEM SERVICE PROVIDED BY A PROTECTED AREA IN RHODOPES MOUNTAIN
25Nataliya Malysheva, Tatiana Zolina, Anatoly Tsyplenkov and Andrey FilipchukGIS SUPPORT OF CARBON SEQUESTRATION, EMISSIONS AND BALANCE ASSESSMENT FOR RUSSIAN FORESTS
26Jan Pacina, Marketa Mikovcova and Dominik BrettANALYSIS OF LAND-COVER CHANGE CAUSED BY SHEEP HERDING IN THE CENTRAL BOHEMIAN HIGHLANDS (CZECHIA) USING THE ARCHIVAL AND CURRENT REMOTELY SENSED DATA
27Maria Glushkova, Miglena Zhiyanski and Rositsa YanevaASSESSMENT AND MAPPING OF MOUNTAIN FOREST ECOSYSTEM SERVICES: THE CASE STUDY OF PIRIN NATIONAL PARK
28Gáspár Albert and Dávid GerzsenyiSLOPE TYPE CLASSIFICATION WITH RANDOM FOREST METHOD IN THE GERECSE HILLS, HUNGARY
29Velimira Stoyanova, Tsvetan Kotsev and Emilia TcherkezovaGIS-BASED ASSESSMENT OF THE HAZARD OF HEAVY METAL POLLUTION OF SOIL BY FLOODING FROM DANUBE IN THE OSTROVSKA LOWLAND
30Asparuh Kamburov and Valentina Nikolova3D MODELLING IN GIS ENVIRONMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF DEBRIS FLOWS ANALYSIS – A CASE STUDY OF THE EASTERN RHODOPES (BULGARIA)
31Boyko Berov, Nina Nikolova, Plamen Ivanov, Nikolai Dobrev, Miroslav Krastanov and Rosen NankinLANDSLIDE SUSCEPTIBILITY MAPPING USING GIS: A CASE STUDY ALONG BULGARIAN BLACK SEA COAST
32Plamen Ivanov, Nikolai Dobrev, Boyko Berov, Miroslav Krastanov and Rosen NankinASSESSMENT OF LANDSLIDE HAZARD IN BULGARIA USING GIS
33Fitore Bajrami Lubishtani, Bashkim Idrizi, Perparim Ameti and Milot LubishtaniDEVELOPING MULTIBAND RASTER DATASETS FOR UTILIZATION OF GLOBAL EARTH GRAVIMETRICAL MODELS FOR THE REPUBLIC OF KOSOVA
34Rumiana Vatseva, Severina Bordzhukova and Kristina GartsianovaLAND COVER AND LAND USE ASSESSMENT IN RELATION TO TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF TROYAN IN BULGARIA
35Severina Bordzhukova and Rumiana VatsevaMAPPING TOURISM INFRASTRUCTURE IN TROYAN MUNICIPALITY (BULGARIA) USING GIS TECHNOLOGIES
36Pavel Špulák, Bohuslav Ježek and Zdeněk ČervenkaCHARTS AND MAPS FOR STATISTICAL YEARBOOKS OF FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC
37Ulrich Schumacher and Georg SchillerMAPPING OF URBAN MASKS IN EUROPEAN CITIES BASED ON OPEN GEODATA AND CONCEPTUAL APPLICATIONS TAKING INFRASTRUCTURE EFFICIENCY AS AN EXAMPLE
38Lachezar Filchev and Lyubka PashovaANALYSIS OF THE DYNAMICS OF BUILT-UP AREAS AND ARTIFICIAL IMPERVIOUS SURFACES OF THE BULGARIAN COASTAL MUNICIPALITIES USING GHSL AND GAIA DATA
39Ashna Abdulrahman Kareem ZadaTACTILE MAPPING IN KURDISTAN REGIONS, IRAQ: UNDERSTANDING THE RULES OF DEVELOPING ON TACTILE CARTOGRAPHY DESIGN
40José Jesús Reyes NunezSOME REFLECTIONS ON SCHOOL CARTOGRAPHY
41Tanya SlavovaEXPLORING MINECRAFT AS A TOOL FOR GEOSPATIAL EDUCATION
42Galin Milchev and Radoslav MilchevAPPLICATION OF GIS METHODS FOR THE STUDY OF RIVER SYSTEMS IN EDUCATIONAL PROCESS AT UNIVERSITY OF FORESTRY
43Tanya Slavova, Deyan Sosserov and Asparuh KamburovVR GEOLAB: BRINGING FIELD EXPERIENCE IN THE CLASSROOM
44Jasmine Desclaux-SalachasTHE METICULOUS WORK DONE BY THE SECOND-YEAR KINDERGARTEN PUPILS. WHERE EVERYTHING BEGINS: OPENING A CITIZEN’S EYE
45Jasmine Desclaux-SalachasCIVILIAN CARTOGRAPHY, BETWEEN GEODESY AND ART: BATTIR, AN UNPRECEDENTED CARTOGRAPHIC CITIZEN PATRIMONY, A VALUABLE COMMON GOOD ENDLESSLY RESTORED (THE CARTOGRAPHIC CITIZEN UNIVERSITY)
46Alžběta Šašinková, Čeněk Šašinka, Zdeněk Stachoň, Pavel Ugwitz and Petr KubíčekPOSSIBILITIES OF QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF HYPSOGRAPHY EDUCATION PROCESS IN COLLABORATIVE IMMERSIVE VIRTUAL REALITY
47Catherine Njore, Benjamin Siro and Dennis GitunduFUN WITH MAPS-ROAD MAP TO IMPLEMENTING A LEARNER-CENTRED CARTOGRAPHIC TRAINING IN KENYA.
48Peshawa Salih and Krisztián KerkovitsUNDERSTANDING MAP PROJECTION DISTORTIONS: A COMPARISON BETWEEN HUNGARIAN AND KURDISH MAP READERS
49Bashkim IdriziINTERNATIONAL EPSG CODING OF THE STATE COORDINATE REFERENCE SYSTEM OF THE REPUBLIC OF KOSOVA
50Bashkim IdriziNECESSITY FOR GEOMETRIC CORRECTIONS OF DISTANCES IN WEB AND MOBILE MAPS
51Aditya Rahul and Mahua MukherjeeINVESTIGATING THE IMPACT OF URBAN MORPHOLOGY ON URBAN HEAT ISLAND EFFECT IN SUBTROPICAL HUMID CLIMATE THROUGH REMOTE SENSE DATA
52Hatice Atalay, Emre Baştürk and N.Necla UluğtekinCARTOGRAPHIC APPROACHES FOR VISUALIZATION OF SMART CITIES
53Fanni Vörös, Mátyás Magyari and Béla KovácsHUNGARIAN AND ROMANIAN USER NEEDS OF BUILT-IN CAR NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
54Fanni Vörös, Márton Pál, Béla Kovács and István ElekA NEW APPLICATION SCHEME TO ASSIST AUTONOMOUS CARS – THE CARNAV APPLICATION
55Márton Pál, Fanni Vörös, Béla Kovács and István ElekESSENTIAL TRAFFIC ELEMENT ATTRIBUTES FOR NAVIGATIONAL DATABASES OF AUTONOMOUS CARS
56Karel Jedlicka, Daniel Beran, Jan Martolos, František Kolovský, Michal Kepka, Tomáš Mildorf and Jan ShánělTRAFFIC MODELING FOR THE SMART CITY OF PILSEN
57Temenoujka Bandrova and Lyubka PashovaA CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR USING GEOSPATIAL BIG DATA FOR WEB MAPPING
58Milaim SylkaGIS, BIG DATA AND MAPPING IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT
59Milot Lubishtani, Bashkim Idrizi, Fitore Bajrami Lubishtani and Subija IzeiroskiDEVELOPING OF THE ALBANIAN GLOBAL MAP DATASET; CASE STUDY: RASTER LAYERS
60Jiping Liu, Mengmeng Liu, Shenghua Xu, Xianghong Che and Licai SunA SURVEY ON THE INTEGRATED DISASTER REDUCTION SERVICE IN BIG DATA ERA
61Nusret Demir, Neslihan Tuztas and Nithiyanandam YogeswaranDETECTION OF FLOODED AREAS WITH RADAR IMAGE ANALYSIS
62Milan Konečný, Temenoujka Bandrova, Petr Kubíček, Zdeněk Stachoň, Radim Štampach, Jie Shen, Irina Rotanova, Jan Brodský and Pavel ŠpulákSTRATEGIES OF DISASTER RISK REDUCTION ON THE BACKGROUND OF U.N. GGIM AND DIGITAL BELT AND ROAD EFFORTS
63Shi Tingsheng, Ian K. Duncan, Yen-Ning Nini Chang and Michael T. GastnerMOTIVATING GOOD PRACTICES FOR THE CREATION OF CONTIGUOUS AREA CARTOGRAMS
64Tomas Janata, Jiri Krejci and Petra JilkovaFROM A PRINTED ATLAS TO A WEB MAP PORTAL – REFLECTIONS ON HISTORIOGRAPHICAL WEB MAPS PREPARATION
65Otakar CerbaNUTS GEO-ONTOLOGY
66Litao Zhu, Jie Shen, Wei Zhou and Jingyi ZhouPRELIMINARY STUDY ON ONTOLOGY CONSTRUCTION FOR HOSPITAL NAVIGATION
67Guclu Senyurdusev, Ahmet Ozgur Dogru and N. Necla UlugtekinEXPLORING THE OPPORTUNITIES OF OPEN SOURCE DATA USE IN CREATION 3D PROCEDURAL CITY MODELS
68Pavel Ugwitz, Zdeněk Stachoň and Pavel PospíšilRENDERING A SERIES OF 3D DYNAMIC VISUALIZATIONS IN (GEOGRAPHIC) EXPERIMENTAL TASKS
69Karel Jedlička and Pavel HájekDOES 3D GIS PROVIDE A DIFFERENT INSIGHT THEN 2D?
70Guclu Senyurdusev and Ahmet Ozgur DogruAN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH FOR CREATING 3D CITY MODEL USING PROCEDURAL MODELING
71Davis Dinkov and Stefan Bonchev 3D HISTORICAL RECONSTRUCTION WITH INTERACTIVE WEB-BASED APPLICATION
72Nikola Yonov and Dobrin PetkovAUGMENTED REALITY NAVIGATION MAP OF MOUNTAIN AREA
73Nour Naaouf and Istvan ElekCHANGE DETECTION ANALYSIS OF LAND COVER BEFORE AND WITHIN THE SYRIAN CRISES USING REMOTE SENSING AND GEOSPATIAL TECHNIQUES CASE STUDY OF AL-SALAMIYAH DISTRICT, SYRIA
74Nusret Demir and Bünyamin AkgülSUSTAINABLE MONITORING OF SEA-VESSELS OVER BOSPORUS WITH USE OF GOOGLE EARTH ENGINE
75Silviya Katsarksa-Filipova, Dobromir Filipov and Paulina RaevaSUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF WATER BODIES BASED ON MULTITEMPORAL SATELLITE IMAGES
76Gizem Senel, Mehmet Eroglu, Filiz Bektas Balcik and Cigdem GokselFLOOD EXTENT DETERMINATION IN AGRICULTURAL FIELDS USING SENTINEL-2 DATA AND RANDOM FOREST CLASSIFICATION
77Gizem Senel, Mehmet Eroglu, Filiz Bektas Balcik and Cigdem GokselANALYSING FLOOD AFFECTED REGION IN MERIÇ RIVER BASIN USING SENTINEL-1 AND SENTINEL-2 DATA
78Maria Asenova and Milena DanailovaAPPLICATION OF NDVI INDICES IN STUDYING FORESTS AFFECTED BY BIOTIC FACTORS USING UAV DATA
79Xianghong Che and Youda BaiTHE DYNAMICS ANALYSIS OF ARAL SEA IN ARID AREAS OF CENTRAL ASIA
80Jan Pacina, Lucie Patrovská, Dominik Brétt and Jiří ŠtojdlUSE OF REMOTELY SENSED DATA TO MONITOR ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES IN THE REGION OF NORTH-WEST BOHEMIA (CZECHIA)
81Davis Dinkov and Atanas KitevADVANTAGES, DISADVANTAGES AND APPLICABILITY OF GNSS POST-PROCESSING KINEMATIC (PPK) METHOD FOR DIRECT GEOREFERENCING OF UAV IMAGES