Generalisation is the simplification operation applied on spatial data when their representation scale decreases.

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Generalizing (simplifying) polygon shapefile or feature class in ArcMap while preserving topology?

I came across How to generalize a polygon file and maintain topology in QGIS? which asks for a QGIS solution to my exact question. I'm trying to do this in ArcMap. I start with a polygon shapefile ...
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How to smooth a raster in a rectangular fashion using gaussian blur?

How do I adjust the code for the Gaussian Blur posted in the thread: What raster smoothing/generalization tools are available? to retain the resolution/gradients in the y direction and blur only ...
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How are road polylines generalized?

I have a dataset of road lines obtained from digitized aerial imagery and I want to automate the generalization procedures using arcGIS model builder. I am using the ArcGIS 10.3 desktop suite. I have ...
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Problem with low quality tif

I have the problem with low quality raster. Now it looks like this: I would like to change this to looks like this: Im using ArcGIS, ArcScan. After some work with photoshop and reclassify with ...
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GeoServer pregeneralized layers not working as expected

I've set up GeoServer 2.1.4 and installed the feature-pregeneralized-2.1.4.jar plug in and processed my shape files into each of their separate folders with the generalized shapefiles and I've check ...
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Avoiding edges using GRASS generalization?

I'm trying to process the national wide land cover data into vector polygons. In order to be quick I separate the data into several tiles and process them in parallel. process flow is : 1. v.in.ogr ...
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Is there a way to build topology and work with topology relations in PyQGIS?

Is there a way to build topology and work with topology relations in PyQGIS? I'm asking because I need to run some custom generalization algorithms on my data, and I need to preserve topology. ...
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How to generalize a raster with noisy edges with ArcGIS Desktop?

I'm trying to generalize a raster to get clean edges (see sample and "optimal" result below). However the borders bleed into each other to a rather high degree. I hacked away at the raster using ...
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Combine two parallel lines to one with postgis

In OpenStreetMap, a highway=motorway consists out of two parallel lines, each representing one direction: On a professional map the two lanes get combined to one single line and drawn with a middle ...
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QGIS: automatic generalization

I'm trying to generalize my line features with QGIS. I've tried the "Generalizer"-Plugin, but can't get the results i want. I'd like to generalize my line as shown in the image. I've tried the ...
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Condensing sparse geocodes to weighted Geo-Circles?

I have a dataset comprising 3 million records having latitude and longitude information associated with them. I want to condense it to form few thousands Geo-Circles, with radius and weight depending ...
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When digitizing Lines, vertices are automatically generalized when finished feature

I am creating lines(feature class) and when the feature is finished Arcmap 10 will automatically generalize/smoothens the line. Is there any reason why this is happening? is this a bug of ArcMap 10? ...
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Geological map generalization polygon aggregation

I am working on generalization of Geological maps and the first thing I am wondering about is aggregation of separate patches that may have same class and which are closely situated to each other. ...
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How to generalize road network to be exact angle to each other?

I need to generalize a road network to be an exact angle to each other, we are talking about parallel streets like New York. The thing is that when you generalize, you do it per feature. I am trying ...