Difference between revisions of "ISO 19125-1:2004 Geographic information - Simple feature access - Part 1: Common access"
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| ISO 19125-1 is popular in web applications where the feature needs to be simple and when topology is not a requirement. GeoJSON and GML are examples of implementations of ISO 19125-1.
| ISO 19125-1 is popular in web applications where the feature needs to be simple and when topology is not a requirement. GeoJSON and GMLare examples of implementations of ISO 19125-1.
Revision as of 18:20, 11 June 2017
|Full name||ISO 19125-1:2004, Geographic information -- Simple feature access – Part 1: Common access|
|Published by||ISO/TC 211|
|Type of standard||ISO International Standard |
|Application||This part of ISO 19125 describes the common architecture for simple feature geometry.|
|Conformance classes||Geometry model |
Correspondence – Geometry type
Correspondence – “Atomic” subtype of the Geometry type
Correspondence – Collection subtypes of the Geometry type
|Implementation benefits||ISO 19125-1 specifies a class Geometry with the following subclasses: Point, Curve, Surface and GeometryCollection. Each geometric object is associated with a Spatial Reference System that describes the coordinate space in which the geometric object is defined. ISO 19125-1 also specifies attributes, methods, and assertions with the geometries. However, ISO 19125-1 does not support topology. ISO 19125-1 allows geometric features to be defined that are interoperable and ‘integratable’ with other objects created using the requirements set out in this standard.|
|Products||ISO 19125-1 is popular in web applications where the feature needs to be simple and when topology is not a requirement. GeoJSON and ISO 19136:2007 Geographic information - Geography Markup Language (GML) are examples of implementations of ISO 19125-1.|