Professional Publications of Geoffrey Dutton

Book Chapters, Monographs and Technical Reports:

Weibel, R. and Dutton, G. (1999). Generalization of spatial data and dealing with multiple representations, in Paul A. Longley, Michael F. Goodchild, David J. Maguire, and David W. Rhind, editors (1999) Geographical Information Systems: Principles, Techniques, Applications, and Management. New York: Wiley, v. 1. Chapter 10, pp. 125-155.

Dutton, G. (1999). A hierarchical coordinate system for geoprocessing and cartography. Lecture Notes in Earth Science 79. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. XIX + 231 pp. 97 figs., 12 plates, 16 tabs. ISSN 0930-0317; ISBN 3-540-64980-8.

Dutton, G. (1998). Working Through the Scales: A hierarchical coordinate system for digital map data. Ph.D. thesis, Dept. of Geography, University of Zürich

Goodchild, M., Shiren, Y. and Dutton, G. (1991). Spatial Data Representation and Basic Operations for a Triangular Hierarchical Data Structure. Santa Barbara, CA: NCGIA Technical Paper 91-8.

Dutton, G. (1989). Modelling locational uncertainty via hierarchical tessellation. Accuracy of Spatial Databases, M. Goodchild & S. Gopal (eds.). London: Taylor & Francis, 125-140.

Dutton, G. (1989). The fallacy of coordinates. In Buttenfield, B.P. and DeLotto, J.S., Multiple representations: Scientific report for the specialist meeting. Santa Barbara: NCGIA Technical Paper 89-3, 44-48.

Dutton, G., Post, J. and Behrens, J. (1979). Technical, economic, and administrative feasibility of multiple-purpose land data systems. Monitoring Foreign Ownership of U.S. Real Estate: A Report to the Congress . Washington, DC: US Department of Agriculture, 1979; vol. 2, 43-232.

Dutton, G. (ed.) (1978). Harvard Papers on Geographic Information Systems. (proc. of first International Symposium on Topological Data Structures for Geographic Information Systems). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1978; 9 vols.

Dutton, G. (ed.) (1973). Size and shape in the growth of human communities. special issue, Ekistics . 6(215), 64 p.

Dutton, G. (1973). The shape of urban systems: an allometric perspective. Discussion Paper B.37.7. Ottawa, Canada: Ministry of State for Urban Affairs, 36 pp.

Dutton, G. (1971). Notes on the friction of distance in the U.S. telephone network, 1935-1995. Harvard Papers in Theoretical Geography , No. 51, 30 p.

Dutton, G. (1971). National and regional parameters of growth and distribution of the U.S. urban population, 1790-1970. Harvard Papers in Theoretical Geography, Geography of Income Series, No. 5, 30 p.

Dutton, G. (1971). Macroscopic aspects of metropolitan evolution. Harvard Papers in Theoretical Geography, Geography of Income Series, No. 1, 114 p. (Masters thesis, Harvard Graduate School of Design).

Articles in Professional Journals and Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

Dutton, G. (1999). Scale, sinuosity and point selection in digital line generalization. Cartography and Geographic Information Science . 26(1), 33-53.

Dutton, G. (1996). Improving locational specificity of map data: A multi-resolution, metadata-driven approach and notation. Int. J. of GIS 10(3) London: Taylor & Francis, 253-268.

Dutton, G. (1991). Improving spatial analysis in GIS environments. In Mark, D. and White, D. (eds.) Proc. Auto-Carto 10 . Falls Church, VA: ACSM-ASPRS, 168-185.

Dutton, G. (1991). Zenithial OrthoTriangular Projection. In Mark, D. and White, D. (eds.) Proc. Auto-Carto 10. Falls Church, VA: ACSM-ASPRS, 77-95.

Dutton, G. (1984). Geodesic modelling of planetary relief. Cartographica , Monograph 32-33, 21(2&3), 188-207.

Dutton, G. (1981). Fractal enhancement of cartographic line detail. The American Cartographer. 8(1), 23-40.

Dutton, G. (1978). Navigating Odyssey. In Dutton, G. (ed.) Harvard Papers on Geographic Information Systems . Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley. vol. 2.

Dutton, G. (1977). An extensible approach to imagery of gridded data. Computer Graphics . New York: Association for Computing Machinery, 2(2), 159-169.

Dutton, G. (1973). Criteria of Growth in urban systems. Ekistics . 36(215), 298-306.

Papers in Conference Proceedings

Weibel, R. and Dutton, G. (1998). Constraint-based automated map generalization. Proc. Spatial Data Handling Symposium. 98. Vancouver BC, July 1998, 214-224.

Dutton, G. (1997). Digital map generalization using a hierarchical coordinate system, Proc. Auto Carto 13. Seattle WA. Bethesda MD: ACSM-ASPRS, 267-376.

Dutton, G. (1996). Encoding and handling geospatial data with hierarchical triangular meshes. In Kraak, M.J. and Molenaar, M. (eds.) Advances in GIS Research II (Proc. SDH7, Delft, Holland). London: Taylor & Francis, 505-518.

Dutton, G. (1993). Pathways to sharable spatial databases. Proc. Auto-Carto 11 . Bethesda MD: ASPRS/ACSM, 157-166.

Dutton, G. and Buttenfield, B.P. (1993). Scale change via hierarchical coarsening: Cartographic properties of Quaternary Triangular Meshes . Proc. 16th Int. Cartographic Conference. Köln, Germany, May 1993, 847-862.

Dutton, G. (1992). Handling positional uncertainty in spatial databases. Proc. Spatial Data Handling Symposium. 5. Charleston, SC, August 1992, v. 2, 460-469.

Dutton, G. (1990). Locational properties of quaternary triangular meshes. Proc. Spatial Data Handling Symposium 4 . Dept. of Geography, U. of Zurich, v. 2, 901-10.

Dutton, G. (1989). Planetary modelling via hierarchical tessellation, Proc. Auto-Carto 9 . Falls Church, VA: ACSM-ASPRS, 462-471.

Dutton, G. (1983). Truth and its consequences in digital cartography, Proc. ASP-ACSM 44th Annual Meeting. Falls Church, VA: ACSM-ASP, 273-281.

Dutton, G. (1983). The Odyssey geographic processing system: An overview. Proc. NICOGRAPH' 83 . Tokyo, Japan: Oct. 1983, 359-376.

Dutton, G. (1983). Geodesic modelling of planetary relief. Proc. Auto-Carto Six. Ottawa, Canada: Oct. 1983. Vol. 2, 186-201.

Broekhuysen, M. and Dutton, G. (1983). Conversations with Odyssey. Proc. Auto-Carto Six. Ottawa, Canada: Oct. 1983. Vol. 2, 15-24.

Dutton, G. and Chan, K.(1983). Efficient encoding of gridded surfaces. Proc. Lincoln Institute Colloquium on Spatial Algorithms for Microcomputer-based Land Data Systems. Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Inst. for Land Policy.

Dutton, G. (1982). The Picture System: An environment for learning computer graphics, Proc. Harvard Computer Graphics Week , Cambridge MA: Harvard Graduate School of Design, 13 p. & app.

Dutton, G. (1981). Bivariate construction of equal-class thematic maps. Proc. Auto-Carto 5. Falls Church VA: ACSM, 11 p.

Dutton, G. (1980). A fractal approach to controlling cartographic detail. Proc. Computer Graphics '80. Brighton, UK: Online Conferences Ltd, 1980, 371-382.

Dutton, G. and Morehouse, S. (1979). Extraction of polygonal information from gridded data. Proc. Auto-Carto 4. Falls Church VA: ACSM, vol. 2, 320-327.

Dutton, G. (1979). American Graph Fleeting: Graphic summary, overview and technical synopsis. (description of experimental hologram) Harvard Library of Computer Graphics. Cambridge MA: Harvard Graduate School of Design, .

Dutton, G. (1979). Experiments in contouring and shading: A DOT.MAP portfolio. Harvard Library of Computer Graphics. Cambridge MA: Harvard Graduate School of Design, .

Editorials and Articles in Trade Publications:

Dutton, G. (1996). Environmental Sustainability and Deep Information: A response. URISA Journal, 8(1), 7-8.

Dutton, G. (1994). Desperately seeking System 7, The Active Window . Cambridge MA: Boston Computer Society Macintosh Users Group, Oct. 1994, 38-42.

Dutton, G. (1991). Polyhedral hierarchical tessellations: The shape of GIS to come. Geo Info Systems. 1(3), 49-55.

Dutton, G. (1990). Conference report: 4th International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling. Int. J. of Remote Sensing. Winter 1990.

Dutton, G. (1988). Five arguments in support of HyperCard. MacWEEK April 12, 1988, 29.

Dutton, G. (1981). Land Alive. IBM Perspectives on Computing. 2(1), 26-39.

Dutton, G. and Nisen, W. (1978). The expanding realm of computer cartography. Datamation. June 1978, 134-142.

Dutton, G. (1977). Allocation models, computer graphics analyze marketing facilities location problems. Marketing News . 11(2), 14-15.