application schema. Information géographique — Règles de schéma d’ application. STANDARD. ISO. Second edition. Reference number. Download scientific diagram | Attributes of feature types (adapted from ISO ) from publication: Implementing ISO-compliant Feature Metadata | Metadata. Full name, ISO , Geographic information – Rules for application schema. Version, Edition 2. Amendments, None. Corrigenda, None.
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This shifts the support of interoperability from creating transfer formats, to creating inclusive, flexible – and thereby interoperable – data stores that are usable by a wide range of applications. This is derived from and extends ISOwhich, in its current form, only addresses schema-based data storage defined in UML, but leaves possibilities open for other non-schematic design systems.
The Open Geospatial Consortium OGC is an international consortium of more than companies, government agencies, research organizations, and universities participating in a consensus process to develop publicly available geospatial standards.
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Wednesday, 27 June UTC. About OGC The Open Geospatial Consortium OGC is an international consortium of more than companies, government agencies, research organizations, is universities participating in a consensus process to develop publicly available geospatial standards. The major advantage to the approach taken with the multi-part Feature and Geometries standard is that the parts are each relatively small and focused in content and ease the burden of implementation of the standard.
The Features and Geometries candidate standard provides the requirements for defining and representing geographic features in geographic information systems, applications, databases, and data formats.
The Features and Geometry standard describes semantically-structured data sets aimed to represent reality, not the specific needs of a single application. The data structures described in the candidate standard have been made more flexible than in earlier versions of this and supporting standards.