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Tactile guide maps are well-known information support tools for visually impaired people. In a tactile guide map, area information is expressed by use of raised dot patterns and raised boundary lines. Tactile guide map designers must place spaces between these raised dot patterns and raised boundary lines so that tactile guide map users can easily identify the lines. However, there is a lack of quantitative data on the perceptibility of tactile guide map lines. In this study, we investigateddoi:10.1299/transjsme.16-00267 fatcat:xot6plglebh3paeei7243qyrw4