David M. Mark
David M. Mark
Professor of Geography, University at Buffalo (SUNY)
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The extraction of drainage networks from digital elevation data
JF O'Callaghan, DM Mark
Computer vision, graphics, and image processing 28 (3), 323-344, 1984
30371984
Naive geography
M Egenhofer, D Mark
Spatial Information Theory A Theoretical Basis for GIS, 1-15, 1995
8191995
Geographical categories: an ontological investigation
B Smith, DM Mark
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 15 (7), 591-612, 2001
512*2001
Review Artide
MF Goodchild, DM Mark
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 77 (2), 265-278, 1987
470*1987
The fractal nature of geographic phenomena
MF Goodchild, DM Mark
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 77 (2), 265-278, 1987
4701987
Automated detection of drainage networks from digital elevation models
DM Mark
Cartographica 21 (2-3), 168-178, 1984
448*1984
Part 4: Mathematical, Algorithmic and Data Structure Issues: Automated Detection Of Drainage Networks From Digital Elevation Models
DM Mark
Cartographica: The International Journal for Geographic Information and …, 1984
4481984
Scale-dependent fractal dimensions of topographic surfaces: an empirical investigation, with applications in geomorphology and computer mapping
DM Mark, PB Aronson
Journal of the International Association for Mathematical Geology 16 (7 …, 1984
4341984
Ontology and geographic kinds
B Smith, DM Mark
4031998
Next-generation digital earth: A position paper from the vespucci initiative for the advancement of geographic information science
M Gould, M Craglia, MF Goodchild, A Annoni, G Camara, W Kuhn, D Mark, ...
International Journal of Spatial Data Infraestructures Research (17250463) 3, 2008
380*2008
Analysis of axial orientation data, including till fabrics
DM MARK
Geological Society of America Bulletin 84 (4), 1369-1374, 1973
3621973
The triangulated irregular network
TK Peucker, RJ Fowler, JJ Little, DM Mark
Amer. Soc. Photogrammetry Proc. Digital Terrain Models Symposium 516, 532, 1978
326*1978
Cognitive models of geographical space
DM Mark, C Freksa, SC Hirtle, R Lloyd, B Tversky
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 13 (8), 747-774, 1999
3191999
Do mountains exist? Towards an ontology of landforms
B Smith, DM Mark
Environment and Planning B 30 (3), 411-428, 2003
2942003
Natural-language spatial relations between linear and areal objects: the topology and metric of English-language terms
ARBM Shariff, MJ Egenhofer, DM Mark
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 12 (3), 215-245, 1998
2541998
Modelling conceptual neighbourhoods of topological line-region relations
MJ Egenhofer, DM Mark
International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 9 (5), 555-565, 1995
2531995
Geomorphometric parameters: a review and evaluation
DM Mark
Geografiska Annaler. Series A. Physical Geography, 165-177, 1975
2281975
Language issues for geographical information systems
AU Frank, DM Mark
Geographic Information Systems: Principles and Applications, 129–150, 1991
2221991
Ontology and geographic objects: An empirical study of cognitive categorization
DM Mark, B Smith, B Tversky
Spatial Information Theory. Cognitive and Computational Foundations of …, 1999
2141999
Landscape categories in Yindjibarndi: Ontology, environment, and language
D Mark, A Turk
Spatial Information Theory. Foundations of Geographic Information Science, 28-45, 2003
2002003
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