Difference between revisions of "ISO 19103:2015 Geographic information - Conceptual schema language"

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Revision as of 12:49, 24 June 2016

Overview

Full name ISO 19103:2015, Geographic information – Conceptual schema language
Version Edition 1 (but replacing ISO/TS 19103:2005)
Amendments None
Corrigenda None
Published by ISO/TC 211
Languages English
Online overview https://www.iso.org/obp/ui/#iso:std:iso:ts:19103:ed-1:v1:en
Type of standard ISO International Standard

Meta-meta level

Related standard(s) ISO 19150-1:2012, Geographic information -- Ontology -- Part 1: Framework
ISO 19150-2, Geographic information -- Ontology -- Part 2: Rules for developing ontologies in the Web Ontology Language (OWL)
S-100 IHO Universal hydrographical data model]
Application ISO 19103 specifies rules and guidelines for the use of UML, the preferred Conceptual Schema Language (CSL) in the ISO/TC 211 suite of standards. The ISO/TC 211 suite of standards aims to create a framework in which data interchange and service interoperability can be achieved across multiple implementation environments. The adoption and consistent use of a CSL is fundamental to achieving this goal because it allows the specification of unambiguous schemas, which form the basis for data interchange and definition.

External links

  • ISO/TC 211 UML Best Practices, a collection of best practices for modelling geographic information in UML, and to make the models understandable for both machines and humans.