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By Rob Kitchin, Martin Dodge

ISBN-10: 0201745755

ISBN-13: 9780201745757

Explores the hot cartographic and visualization concepts being hired within the mapping of our on-line world, targeting the parts of; net infrastructure and site visitors flows, the realm large internet, on-line dialog and neighborhood, and Imaging our on-line world in artwork, literature and movie.

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Layout of the graph is partially geographic. Data packets are shown by small red blocks. t e c h n i q u e : digital animations and images created by Jeff Brown’s Cichlid visualization toolkit. d a t e : summer 1999. net/Software/Cichlid/> f u r t h e r r e a d i n g : “ Network Performance Visualization: Insight Through Animation”, by Jeff Brown, A. J. McGregor and H-W. Braun, paper for PAM 2000 Workshop, Hamilton, New Zealand, April 2000. pdf> Courtesy of Jeff Brown, MOAT, NLANR M a p p i n g i n f r a s t r u c t u re a n d t r a ff i c 51 The geography of data flows Whilst the maps and spatializations discussed so far reveal information concerning network topologies, they tell us very little about how much data actually flow through those networks or what the data consist of.

1 8 : A S C o re I n t e r n e t g r a p h c h i e f c a r t o g r a p h e r s : Brad Huffaker, Andre Broido, K. Claffy, Marina Fomenkov, Sean McCreary, David Moore, and Oliver Jakubiec (Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis – CAIDA). a i m : to visualize the macroscopic structure of the Internet for a snapshot in time by showing relationships between peer and geographic location of ISPs. f o r m : polar-projected graph. t e c h n i q u e : data gathered from automatic measurements of the Internet topology through a program skitter.

7: International Connectivity series of maps c h i e f c a r t o g r a p h e r : Larry Landweber (Computer Science Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison). a i m : to chart the global spread of network connectivity at the level of nation-states. f o r m : choropleth maps where countries are shaded according to which one of four categories of network connectivity they fit. t e c h n i q u e : digital maps available as Postscript and bitmap images. d a t e s : the first map was created in September 1991 and the last one in June 1997.

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