Difference between revisions of "Infrastructure standards"

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* ISO 19101-1:2014, Geographic information -- [[Reference model]], describes the standardization environment within which the standardization of geographic information is expected to take place.  
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* [[ISO 19101-1:2014 Geographic information - Reference model - Part 1: Fundamentals]], describes the standardization environment within which the standardization of geographic information is expected to take place.  
  
 
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* ISO 19104, Geographic information -- Terminology, lays out a methodology for defining the terms needed in the area of geographic information.  
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* [[ISO 19104 Geographic information - Terminology]], lays out a methodology for defining the terms needed in the area of geographic information.  
  
 
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* ISO 19103:2015, Geographic information -- [[Conceptual schema language]], identifies the conceptual schema language selected for characterization of geographic information and describes how that language is to be used.  
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* [[ISO 19103:2015 Geographic information - Conceptual schema language]], identifies the conceptual schema language selected for characterization of geographic information and describes how that language is to be used.  
  
 
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* ISO 19105:2000, Geographic information -- [[Conformance and testing]], specifies general principles for describing how geographic information products and services are expected to conform to the standards developed by ISO/TC 211.  
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* [[ISO 19105:2000 Geographic information - Conformance and testing]], specifies general principles for describing how geographic information products and services are expected to conform to the standards developed by ISO/TC 211.  
  
 
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* ISO 19106:2004, Geographic information -- [[Profiles]], specifies how profiles of the ISO/TC 211 standards are to be structured.
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* [[ISO 19106:2004 Geographic information - Profiles]], specifies how profiles of the ISO/TC 211 standards are to be structured.
  
 
==See also==
 
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* [[Standards#Groups of standards for geographic information]]
 
* [[Standards#Groups of standards for geographic information]]

Latest revision as of 07:56, 12 June 2017

This group of standards provides the infrastructure for further standardization of geographic information:

  • The OGC Abstract Specification references many ISO standards and provides a reference model for the development of OGC Implementation Standards.
  • OGC Reference Model describes the OGC Standards Baseline, i.e. the approved OGC Abstract and Implementation Standards and OGC Best Practice documents (informative documents).

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