Adopting a multi-method geomatics approach offers fewer limitations to spatial research compared to the use of a single spatial tool. This research combines, Cybercartography, a geographic information system (GIS) with fuzzy set theory, and remote sensing in the study of Roman Britain. The cybercartographic framework Nunaliit offers a flexible environment for collecting and visualizing historical data. Building on this tool, GIS with fuzzy set theory was performed for a site selection analysis to determine potential sites to investigate using remote sensing image analysis techniques.

Cybercartography, Fuzzy set theory, Geomatics, GIS, Historical geography, Remote sensing, Roman Britain
dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-444-64193-9.00016-6
Modern Cartography Series
Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre

Oikle, R. (R.), & Taylor, D.R. (2019). Cybercartography and the historical geography of Roman Britain. In Modern Cartography Series. doi:10.1016/B978-0-444-64193-9.00016-6