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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Graph and cartographic visualization have the common objective to provide intuitive understanding of some underlying data. We consider a problem that combines aspects of both by studying the problem of fitting planar graphs on planar maps. After providing an NP-hardness result for the general decision problem, we identify sufficient conditions so that a fit is possible on a map with rectangular regions. We generalize our techniques to non-convex rectilinear polygons, where we also address thedoi:10.1007/978-3-319-04298-5_6 fatcat:ipcr3mskk5fjppqat2lbqmkh5a