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| The [http://www.opengeospatial.org/docs/as OGC Abstract Specification] is the OGC Technical Committee’s vision of geospatial technology and data interoperability. It provides the conceptual foundation for most OGC specification development activities. Open interfaces and protocols are built and referenced against the Abstract Specification, thus enabling interoperability between different brands and different kinds of spatial processing systems. The Abstract Specification provides a reference model for the development of implementation specifications in OGC.Many of the ISO standards described in these guidelines are included in the OpenGIS Abstract Specification.
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| The OGC Abstract Specification is the OGC Technical Committee’s vision of geospatial technology and data interoperability. It provides the conceptual foundation for most OGC specification development activities. Open interfaces and protocols are built and referenced against the Abstract Specification, thus enabling interoperability between different brands and different kinds of spatial processing systems. The Abstract Specification provides a reference model for the development of implementation specifications in OGC.Many of the ISO standards described in these guidelines are included in the OpenGIS Abstract Specification.
 
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==See also==
 
==See also==
 
* [[OGC Reference Model]]
 
* [[OGC Reference Model]]

Revision as of 08:11, 12 June 2017

Overview

Full name OGC Abstract Specification or OpenGIS Abstract Specification
Version Edition 1
Amendments None
Corrigenda None
Published by OGC
Languages English
Online overview http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards/as
Type of standard OGC specification

Multiple levels

Application The OGC Abstract Specification is the OGC Technical Committee’s vision of geospatial technology and data interoperability. It provides the conceptual foundation for most OGC specification development activities. Open interfaces and protocols are built and referenced against the Abstract Specification, thus enabling interoperability between different brands and different kinds of spatial processing systems. The Abstract Specification provides a reference model for the development of implementation specifications in OGC.Many of the ISO standards described in these guidelines are included in the OpenGIS Abstract Specification.

See also