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
34381984
Naive geography
M Egenhofer, D Mark
Spatial Information Theory A Theoretical Basis for GIS, 1-15, 1995
8811995
Geographical categories: an ontological investigation
B Smith, DM Mark
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 15 (7), 591-612, 2001
557*2001
Review Artide
MF Goodchild, DM Mark
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 77 (2), 265-278, 1987
507*1987
The fractal nature of geographic phenomena
MF Goodchild, DM Mark
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 77 (2), 265-278, 1987
5071987
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
4991984
Automated detection of drainage networks from digital elevation models
DM Mark
Cartographica 21 (2-3), 168-178, 1984
478*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
4781984
Ontology and geographic kinds
B Smith, DM Mark
4431998
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
413*2008
The triangulated irregular network
TK Peucker, RJ Fowler, JJ Little, DM Mark
Amer. Soc. Photogrammetry Proc. Digital Terrain Models Symposium 516, 532, 1978
3931978
Analysis of axial orientation data, including till fabrics
DM MARK
Geological Society of America Bulletin 84 (4), 1369-1374, 1973
3781973
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
3601999
Do mountains exist? Towards an ontology of landforms
B Smith, DM Mark
Environment and Planning B 30 (3), 411-428, 2003
3402003
Geomorphometric parameters: a review and evaluation
DM Mark
Geografiska Annaler. Series A. Physical Geography, 165-177, 1975
2671975
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
2661998
Modelling conceptual neighbourhoods of topological line-region relations
MJ Egenhofer, DM Mark
International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 9 (5), 555-565, 1995
2641995
Language issues for geographical information systems
AU Frank, DM Mark
Geographic Information Systems: Principles and Applications, 129–150, 1991
2441991
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
2371999
Landscape categories in Yindjibarndi: Ontology, environment, and language
D Mark, A Turk
Spatial Information Theory. Foundations of Geographic Information Science, 28-45, 2003
2292003
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