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MODEL GENERALISATION IN THE CONTEXT OF NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE FOR SPATIAL INFORMATION

Citace: [] MILDORF, T., ČADA, V. MODEL GENERALISATION IN THE CONTEXT OF NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE FOR SPATIAL INFORMATION. In GIS Ostrava 2011. Ostrava: VŠB - Technická univerzita Ostrava, 2011. s. 297-306. ISBN: 978-80-248-2406-2
Druh: STAŤ VE SBORNÍKU
Jazyk publikace: eng
Anglický název: MODEL GENERALISATION IN THE CONTEXT OF NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE FOR SPATIAL INFORMATION
Rok vydání: 2011
Místo konání: Ostrava
Název zdroje: VŠB - Technická univerzita Ostrava
Autoři: Ing. Tomáš Mildorf , Doc. Ing. Václav Čada CSc.
Abstrakt EN: Human activity is one of the most important factors that drive the changes of our living environment. Sustainable development aims to eliminate the negative activities and to support the positive ones in a long term approach. The role of infrastructure for spatial information and the advantage of its use to support sustainable development have been demonstrated in a range of projects and studies; e.g. (Corbin 2008) or (ACIL Tasman 2008). Many specialisms including policy, economics, industry and environment profit from the extensive use of infrastructure for spatial information and its components. These are metadata, spatial data sets and spatial data services including the network services and technologies; agreements on sharing, access and use; and coordination and monitoring mechanisms, processes and procedures. Many processes using spatial information are scale or resolution dependent. Each specialism requires changing degree of detail especially when activities are performed at different levels of abstraction. This contribution introduces use case from the Czech Republic where model generalisation should play a crucial role ? cadastral data model. In the context of the INSPIRE (Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community) and related initiatives it is shown how model generalisation can contribute to better exploitation of cadastral data in connection with spatial planning and other activities. The stress is on model generalisation of cadastral data model into middle scale data model. The aim is to present the ideas of the authors to address an important aspect of the infrastructure for spatial information ? model generalisation. This should contribute to long-term research goal of generalisation which is formalising the generalisation problem. As described by (van Oosterom 2009)) the generalisation problem is specifying user needs from the geo-information producers and geo-information users points of view.
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