Links to web-pages referred to in the dissertation:

Publisher Tankegang A/S
(Buy the book, contact to publisher)

J.H. Andrews: Defintions of the word 'map'
(A huge collection of the definition of the word 'map')

Syntax in cartography (two examples)
(In some respect there is actually syntax in maps)

The Swiss Postauto's horn triad (mp3-file)
(This unique horn serves a special sign)

The Swiss Postauto's horn triad (mpeg4-file, 18 MB)
(This unique horn serves a special sign).

Imagine you are a bicyclist on the way down this narrow mountain road, enjoying the view, the air and the nice alp-horn, which you can hear after 18 sec of the film. What a wonderful moment of joy!
Turn up the sound level to be able to gain all details of the film.

DGIWG's Data Dictionary - FACC
(An example of how the semantic component is described for one purpose; the military)

www.rejseplanen.dk
(An example of a modern geo-communication based on web-infrastructure)

www.degulesider.dk
(An example of a modern geo-communication based on web-infrastructure)

Swedish Youth Hostels
(An example of a modern geo-communication based on web-infrastructure. This example is based on a unique good use model)

ISO standard 19113 "Geografic information - quality principles"
(Production oriented definition of quality)

"Labyrint - für freie Geister". Kasper Nefer Olsen.
(
Dicitionary on scientific, conceptual terms)

Virtual Centre for Peirce Studies at the University of Helsinki, 2004
(Best place to find explanations to Peirce's vocabulary)

The Peirce Edition Project (Indiana University)
The Essential Peirce
Introduction to Essential Peirce volume 1
Introduction to Essential Peirce volume 2
(Introduction to Peirce)

'Theoretical Cartography", Raul Ramirez
(Unfortunately no present at the moment)

Spatial Data Infrastructure Cookbook
(The best, internationally agreed concept of infrastructure for geo-information)

Merriam Webster on-line, Merriam Webster Dictionary
(On-line dictionary, American)