3 edition of Spatial database transfer standards found in the catalog.
Spatial database transfer standards
by Published on behalf of the International Cartographic Association by Elsevier Applied Science, Sole distributor in the USA and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in London, New York, New York, NY, USA
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by H. Moellering.|
|Contributions||Moellering, Harold., International Cartographic Association.|
|LC Classifications||G70.2 .S63 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 247 p. :|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||91019018|
(5). MOELLERING, Harold (ed.)(). Spatial database transfer standards 2: characteristics for assessing standards and full descriptions of the national and international standards in the world. p. ISBN , NLG / US $ Back to document (6).The following standards are available orin development. National standards. Over the next 2 to 5 years, the world around us is about to light up with layer upon layer of rich and dynamic data that you can see and interact with. This magical future ahead is called the Spatial Web and will transform every aspect of our lives, from retail and advertising, to work and education, to entertainment and social interaction.
ACRONYMS 82 NRCS Natural Resource Conservation Service NSDI National Spatial Data Infrastructure NSGIC National States Geographic Information Council OGC Open GIS Consortium OMB Office of Management and Budget PLSS Public Lands Survey System SCSD Street Centerline Spatial Database SDTS Spatial Data Transfer Standard SPC State Plane . o Spatial Database Engine (SDE) Retrieved dynamically from a database server Relies on a heavy-duty RDBMS such as Oracle o Other GIS packages (MapInfo, Intergraph, TransCAD, Maptitude) use their own proprietary data formats, making for a Babel of GIS data o Standards: SDTS (spatial data transfer standard for archival fileFile Size: 90KB.
Two infrastructures in particular facilitate the use of geographic data: spatial data and telecommunications infrastructures. This chapter begins by describing and illustrating national and global spatial data infrastructures. 1 To realize the full potential of a spatial data infrastructure (SDI) requires a telecommunications infrastructure that eases access, use, and sharing of . Another way to specify the accuracy of an entire spatial database is to calculate the average difference between many measured positions and actual positions. Control network accuracy standards used for U.S. National Spatial Reference System (Federal Geodetic Control Committee, ). The chap down on one knee is noting in a field book.
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Therefore, it was acknowledged that spatial database transfer standards were needed to facilitate the exchange and transfer of digital geographic data. Throughout the 's several organisations worldwide began working on the problem of producing spatial database transfer standards.
The book presents an Introduction and four general chapters that describe the spatial data transfer standards activities happening in Europe, North America, Asia/Pacific, and the ISO community. This provides the context so the reader can more easily understand the scientific and technical framework from which a particular standard has come.
The book will be useful to anyone attempting to understand the recent history and basis of spatial database transfer standards in the world. Libraries should have this book, as it is a good reference describing the highly complex universe of spatial database transfer standards and geographic information Edition: 1.
Purchase Spatial Database Transfer Standards - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Spatial database transfer standards: current international statusPublished on behalf of the International Cartographic Association by Elsevier Applied Science, Sole distributor in the USA and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub.
Get this from a library. Spatial Database Transfer Standards: Current International Status. [H Moellering] -- Throughout the 's several organisations worldwide began working on the problem of producing spatial database transfer standards.
As this work was initiated, research workers began to informally. Get this from a library. Spatial database transfer standards: current international status. [Harold Moellering; International Cartographic Association.;] -- Since the 's individuals and organisations throughout the world have been building geographic databases used in conjunction with geographic hardware and software systems to collect, analyse.
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Spatial Data Standards and GIS Interoperability J January 2 5. Common features in a database management system (DBMS) (OGC Simple Feature Specification for SQL™) 6.
Integration of standardized GIS Web services (WMS, WFS, ArcIMS) All six of these approaches and related technologies are important and continue to play aFile Size: KB. Describes how to use Oracle Database utilities to load data into a database, transfer data between databases, and maintain data.
The topics discussed include Data Pump Export, Data Pump Import, SQL*Loader, external tables and associated access drivers, the Automatic Diagnostic Repository Command Interpreter (ADRCI), DBVERIFY, DBNEWID, LogMiner, the. Sondheim, M., P.
Friesen, D. Lutz, and D. Murray. Spatial Archive and Interchange Format (SAIF). in Spatial Database Transfer Standards 2: Characteristics for Assessing Standards and Full Descriptions of the National and International Standards in the World.
edited by Moellering H. and Hogan R. Elsevier, Netherlands. ISBN A spatial data infrastructure (SDI) is a data infrastructure implementing a framework of geographic data, metadata, users and tools that are interactively connected in order to use spatial data in an efficient and flexible r definition is "the technology, policies, standards, human resources, and related activities necessary to acquire, process, distribute, use, maintain, and.
Spatial uses secondary filters to determine the spatial relationship between entities in the database. The spatial relationship is based on geometry locations.
Most applications that use point cloud data seek to minimize data transfer by retrieving objects based on their distance from a view point. standards compliance testing for. Continuous, non-tiled, spatial database for adding spatial data to a relational database management system (RDBMS).
• Database interface that couples spatial data to the RDBMS allowing for high-performance access to all the data in there, spatial and non-spatial.
• No more split system data management-single source Size: KB. Describes a structure and content for spatially referenced data in order to facilitate data transfer between dissimilar spatial database systems.
This standard is very appropriate for archive purposes because of its emphasis on self documenting data transfers. SDTS stands for Spatial Data Transfer Standard. SDTS was a standard for transferring earth-referenced spatial data across disparate computer programs.
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) released SDTS after twelve years of development and testing in and was subsequently approved as Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS).
CAD Standards for LAWA Projects. SDSFIE - Spatial Data Standards for Facilities, Infrastructure, and Environment. and all relationships between database tables, shall be preserved or automatically reconstructed when data is transferred to the LAWA GIS environment. Relevant applications of remotely sensed imagery and information technology during map generation are discussed, as are the international needs for the implementation of spatial database transfer standards, together with clearly set.
Spatial Database Transfer Standards 2: Characteristics for Assessing Standards and Full Descriptions of the National and International Standards in the World. Elsevier. ISBN Moellering H and Wortman K (). Technical Characteristics for Assessing Standards for the Transfer of Spatial Data and Brief International Description.
standards is to ensure a smooth data transfer of information into the LAWA geospatial database tables, shall be preserved or automatically reconstructed when data is Spatial Data Standards for Facilities, Installations and Environment (SDSFIE), Release.
The Look of Maps: An Examination of Cartographic Design is a cartographic classic by Arthur H. Robinson originally published in The book was based on Robinson’s doctoral research “which investigated the relationship between science and art in cartography and the resultant refinement of graphic techniques in mapmaking to present dynamic geographic information.”.BOOK REVIEW SECTION Harold Moellering, Editor; Richard Hogan, Associate Editor.
Spatial Database Transfer Standards 2. Mission Statement The focus of the International Society of Spatial Sciences (ISSS: "I-triple-S) is to place in a core position those sciences, of spatial character, that are often relegated to the periphery within academic institutional structure.A review of: “National Transfer Format, ReleaseJanuary, ” By THE WORKING PARTY TO PRODUCE NATIONAL STANDARDS FOR THE TRANSFER OF NATIONAL DIGITAL MAP DATA.
(Southampton: The NTF.