• I.S. EN ISO 19101:2005

    Superseded A superseded Standard is one, which is fully replaced by another Standard, which is a new edition of the same Standard.

    GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION - REFERENCE MODEL

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Superseded date:  07-12-2014

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-2005

    Publisher:  National Standards Authority of Ireland

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    Foreword
    Introduction
    1 Scope
    2 Conformance
    3 Normative references
    4 Terms and definitions
    5 Symbols and abbreviated terms
       5.1 Abbreviations
       5.2 UML notation
    6 Concepts and organization of the reference model
       6.1 Integration of geographic information with information
           technology
       6.2 Focus of standardization in the ISO 19100 series of
           geographic information standards
       6.3 Reference model organization
       6.4 Interoperability of geographic information
           6.4.1 Definition of interoperability
           6.4.2 Aspects of interoperability
           6.4.3 Interoperability in the ISO 19100 series of
                 geographic standards
    7 Conceptual modelling
       7.1 Content of this Clause
       7.2 Definition of conceptual modeling
       7.3 Use of this Clause
       7.4 Specification of conceptual schema language for the
           ISO 19100 series of geographic information standards
       7.5 The approach to conceptual modelling
       7.6 Principles of conceptual modelling
       7.7 Model integration
    8 The Domain reference model
       8.1 Content of this Clause
       8.2 Definition of Domain reference model
       8.3 Uses of the Domain reference model
       8.4 Overview of the Domain Reference model
       8.5 Use of abstraction levels in the Domain Reference model
       8.6 Detailed description of the Domain reference model
           8.6.1 Introduction
           8.6.2 Application schema
           8.6.3 Spatial objects and position
           8.6.4 Reference systems
           8.6.5 Quality
           8.6.6 Metadata
           8.6.7 General feature model
    9 The Architectural reference model
       9.1 Content of this Clause
       9.2 Definition of the Architectural reference model
       9.3 Uses of the Architectural reference model
       9.4 Overview of the Architectural reference model
           9.4.1 Introduction
           9.4.2 Services and service interfaces
           9.4.3 Identifying services and service interfaces for
                 geographic information
       9.5 Types of geographic information services
           9.5.1 Introduction
           9.5.2 Types of information technology services relevant
                 to geographic information
           9.5.3 Extension of service types for geographic information
           9.5.4 Service types in the ISO 19100 series compared to
                 other service models
       9.6 Service interfaces and standardization requirements
           9.6.1 Introduction
           9.6.2 Identifying standardization requirements for
                 geographic information services
           9.6.3 Fulfilling standardization requirements and the role
                 of profiles
           9.6.4 Elaboration of standardization requirements
           9.6.5 Using this procedure to identify requirements for
                 geographic information standards
    10 Profiles and functional standards
       10.1 Content of this Clause
       10.2 Profiles and base standards
       10.3 Modularity concept
       10.4 Use of profiles
       10.5 Product specifications
       10.6 Relationship of profiles to base standards
       10.7 Functional standards
       10.8 Registration of profiles
    Annex A (informative) The Conceptual Schema Modelling Facility
       A.1 Introduction
       A.2 The ISO Conceptual Schema Modelling Facility Schema
           architecture
       A.3 ISO CSMF schema architecture and the ISO 19100 series
           of geographic information standards
    Annex B (informative) Focus of standardization in the ISO 19100
                          series of geographic information standards
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    Specifies the framework for standardization in the field of geographic information and sets forth the basic principles by which this standardization takes place.

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    Document Type Standard
    Publisher National Standards Authority of Ireland
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By

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

    ISO/IEC TR 10000-1:1998 Information technology Framework and taxonomy of International Standardized Profiles Part 1: General principles and documentation framework
    ISO 19114:2003 Geographic information Quality evaluation procedures
    ISO/TR 9007:1987 Information processing systems Concepts and terminology for the conceptual schema and the information base
    ISO 19117:2012 Geographic information — Portrayal
    ISO 19119:2016 Geographic information Services
    ISO 19109:2015 Geographic information Rules for application schema
    ISO/IEC 10027:1990 Information technology Information Resource Dictionary System (IRDS) framework
    ISO/TR 19120:2001 Geographic information Functional standards
    ISO 19108:2002 Geographic information Temporal schema
    ISO 19118:2011 Geographic information — Encoding
    ISO/TR 19122:2004 Geographic information / Geomatics Qualification and certification of personnel
    ISO 19104:2016 Geographic information Terminology
    ISO 19111:2007 Geographic information Spatial referencing by coordinates
    ISO 10303-11:2004 Industrial automation systems and integration Product data representation and exchange Part 11: Description methods: The EXPRESS language reference manual
    ISO 19110:2016 Geographic information Methodology for feature cataloguing
    ISO/TR 19121:2000 Geographic information Imagery and gridded data
    ISO 19115:2003 Geographic information Metadata
    ISO/IEC TR 10000-3:1998 Information technology Framework and taxonomy of International Standardized Profiles Part 3: Principles and Taxonomy for Open System Environment Profiles
    ISO 19116:2004 Geographic information Positioning services
    ISO 19106:2004 Geographic information Profiles
    ISO/IEC 14750:1999 Information technology Open Distributed Processing Interface Definition Language
    ISO 19107:2003 Geographic information Spatial schema
    ISO 19112:2003 Geographic information Spatial referencing by geographic identifiers
    ENV 12009 : DRAFT 1997 GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION - REFERENCE MODEL
    ISO 19105:2000 Geographic information — Conformance and testing
    ISO/IEC 10746-1:1998 Information technology Open Distributed Processing Reference model: Overview Part 1:
    ISO/TS 19103:2005 Geographic information Conceptual schema language
    ISO/IEC TR 14252:1996 Information technology — Guide to the POSIX Open System Environment (OSE)
    ISO 19113:2002 Geographic information Quality principles
    ISO 19123:2005 Geographic information Schema for coverage geometry and functions
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