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  • AS/NZS ISO 19101:2003

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    Geographic information - Reference model

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF 1 User, PDF 3 Users, PDF 5 Users, PDF 9 Users

    Superseded date:  30-06-2017

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  12-05-2003

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS/NZS ISO 19101:2003 GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION-REFERENCE MODEL
    4 - PREFACE
    5 - CONTENTS
    7 - INTRODUCTION
    9 - 1 Scope
    9 - 2 Conformance
    9 - 3 Normative reference
    9 - 4 Terms and definitions
    9 - 4.1 application
    9 - 4.2 application schema
    10 - 4.3 conceptual formalism
    10 - 4.4 conceptual model
    10 - 4.5 conceptual schema
    10 - 4.6 conceptual schema language
    10 - 4.7 dataset
    10 - 4.8 data level
    10 - 4.9 data quality element
    10 - 4.10 data quality overview element
    10 - 4.11 feature
    10 - 4.12 feature attribute
    11 - 4.13 feature catalogue
    11 - 4.14 feature operation
    11 - 4.15 functional standard
    11 - 4.16 geographic information
    11 - 4.17 geographic information service
    11 - 4.18 geographic information system
    11 - 4.19 graphical language
    11 - 4.20 lexical language
    11 - 4.21 metadata schema
    12 - 4.22 profile
    12 - 4.23 quality
    12 - 4.24 quality schema
    12 - 4.25 schema
    12 - 4.26 service
    12 - 4.27 service interface
    12 - 4.28 spatial object
    12 - 4.29 universe of discourse
    12 - 5 Symbols and abbreviated terms
    12 - 5.1 Abbreviations
    13 - 5.2 UML notation
    13 - 6 Concepts and organization of the reference model
    13 - 6.1 Integration of geographic information with information technology
    15 - 6.2 Focus of standardization in the ISO 19100 series of geographic information standards
    15 - 6.3 Reference model organization
    16 - 6.4 Interoperability of geographic information
    16 - 6.4.1 Definition of interoperability
    17 - 6.4.2 Aspects of interoperability
    17 - 6.4.3 Interoperability in the ISO 19100 series of geographic standards
    18 - 7 Conceptual modelling
    18 - 7.1 Content of this clause
    18 - 7.2 Definition of conceptual modelling
    19 - 7.3 Use of this clause
    19 - 7.4 Specification of conceptual schema language for the ISO 19100 series of geographic information standards
    19 - 7.5 The approach to conceptual modelling
    20 - 7.6 Principles of conceptual modelling
    21 - 7.7 Model integration
    21 - 8 The Domain reference model
    21 - 8.1 Content of this clause
    21 - 8.2 Definition of Domain reference model
    22 - 8.3 Uses of the Domain reference model
    22 - 8.4 Overview of the Domain reference model
    24 - 8.5 Use of abstraction levels in the Domain reference model
    25 - 8.6 Detailed description of the Domain reference model
    25 - 8.6.1 Introduction
    25 - 8.6.2 Application schema
    27 - 8.6.3 Spatial objects and position
    28 - 8.6.4 Reference systems
    30 - 8.6.5 Quality
    31 - 8.6.6 Metadata
    32 - 8.6.7 General feature model
    33 - 9 The Architectural reference model
    33 - 9.1 Content of this clause
    34 - 9.2 Definition of the Architectural reference model
    34 - 9.3 Uses of the Architectural reference model
    34 - 9.4 Overview of the Architectural reference model
    34 - 9.4.1 Introduction
    34 - 9.4.2 Services and service interfaces
    36 - 9.4.3 Identifying services and service interfaces for geographic information
    36 - 9.5 Types of geographic information services
    36 - 9.5.1 Introduction
    36 - 9.5.2 Types of information technology services relevant to geographic information
    38 - 9.5.3 Extension of service types for geographic information
    38 - 9.5.4 Service types in the ISO 19100 series compared to other service models
    38 - 9.6 Service interfaces and standardization requirements
    38 - 9.6.1 Introduction
    39 - 9.6.2 Identifying standardization requirements for geographic information services
    40 - 9.6.3 Fulfilling standardization requirements and the role of profiles
    40 - 9.6.4 Elaboration of standardization requirements
    41 - 9.6.5 Using this procedure to identify requirements for geographic information standards
    42 - 10 Profiles and functional standards
    42 - 10.1 Content of this clause
    42 - 10.2 Profiles and base standards
    42 - 10.3 Modularity concept
    42 - 10.4 Use of profiles
    42 - 10.5 Product specifications
    42 - 10.6 Relationship of profiles to base standards
    43 - 10.7 Functional standards
    43 - 10.8 Registration of profiles
    44 - Annex A - The Conceptual Schema Modelling Facility
    44 - A.1 Introduction
    44 - A.2 The ISO Conceptual Schema Modelling Facility Schema architecture
    46 - A.3 ISO CSMF schema architecture and the ISO 19100 series of geographic information standards
    47 - Annex B - Focus of standardization in the ISO 19100 series of geographic information standards
    49 - Bibliography

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    Provides the framework for the methods and contents of the ISO 19100 series of Standards.

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    This International Standard defines the framework for standardization in the field of geographic information and sets forth the basic principles by which this standardization takes place.This framework identifies the scope of the standardization activity being undertaken and the context in which it takes place. The framework provides the method by which what is to be standardized can be determined and describes how the contents of the standards are related.Although structured in the context of information technology and information technology standards, this International Standard is independent of any application development method or technology implementation approach.

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    Committee IT-004
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By
    Supersedes

    History - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    First published as AS/NZS ISO 19101:2003.

    Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    AS/NZS ISO 19120:2006 Geographic information - Functional standards (Reconfirmed 2016)
    AS/NZS ISO 19117:2006 Geographic information - Portrayal
    AS/NZS ISO 19106:2005 Geographic information - Profiles (Reconfirmed 2016)
    AS/NZS ISO 19156:2012 Geographic information - Observations and measurement
    AS/NZS ISO 19121:2006 Geographic information - Imagery and gridded data (Reconfirmed 2016)
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