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CEN/TR 15449:2011

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Geographic information - Standards, specifications, technical reports and guidelines, required to implement Spatial Data Infrastructures

Withdrawn date

11-03-2023

Published date

03-08-2011

FOREWORD
0 INTRODUCTION
1 MANAGEMENT SUMMARY
2 SCOPE
3 NORMATIVE REFERENCES
4 TERMS AND DEFINITIONS
5 ABBREVIATED TERMS
6 SDI INTEROPERABILITY
7 REFERENCE MODEL FOR A SDI
8 DATA-CENTRIC VIEW ON SDI
9 SERVICE-CENTRIC VIEW
10 CULTURAL AND LINGUISTIC ADAPTABILITY
11 GEO-PORTALS
12 IMPLEMENTATION STEERING MECHANISMS
13 REQUIREMENTS NOT CURRENTLY COVERED
   SUFFICIENTLY BY GI STANDARDS
ANNEX A (INFORMATIVE) - DESCRIPTION OF
        REFERENCED ISO STANDARDS
ANNEX B (INFORMATIVE) - CEN/TC 287 AND
        ISO/TC 211 STANDARDS
ANNEX C (INFORMATIVE) - OPEN GEOSPATIAL
        CONSORTIUM SPECIFICATIONS
ANNEX D (INFORMATIVE) - INFRASTRUCTURE
        FOR SPATIAL INFORMATION IN EUROPE
BIBLIOGRAPHY

This Technical Report identifies and describes standards that are required for a spatial data infrastructure (SDI). This Technical Report describes a reference model for a spatial data infrastructure, covering framework standards, metadata and catalogue services and geospatial reference systems. It provides both data-centric and service-centric views.This Technical Report discusses issues associated with implementation of a spatial data infrastructure, in particular cultural and linguistic adaptability and geo-portals, and identifies the standards, technical specifications, technical reports and guidelines, required to implement a spatial data infrastructure in Europe. This Technical Report proposes a roadmap for future standards work items, and makes recommendations for measures to be taken in order to support implementation and maintenance of a spatial data infrastructure.

Committee
CEN/TC 287
DocumentType
Technical Report
PublisherName
Comite Europeen de Normalisation
Status
Withdrawn
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ISO/IEC 19501:2005 Information technology — Open Distributed Processing — Unified Modeling Language (UML) Version 1.4.2

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