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Title: Interoperable domain models: the ISO land administration domain model LADM and its external classes
Authors: Lemmen, CHJ
Van Oosterom, PJM
Uitermark, HT
Zevenbergen, JA
Cooper, AK
Keywords: Land administration domain model
LADM
Domain models
Interoperability
Land Administration
Data management
Issue Date: Sep-2011
Citation: Lemmen, CHJ, Van Oosterom, PJM, Uitermark, HT. 2011. Interoperable domain models: the ISO land administration domain model LADM and its external classes. 28th Urban Data Management Symposium. Delft, The Netherlands 28-30 September 2011
Series/Report no.: Workflow request;6660
Abstract: This paper provides a brief overview of one of the first spatial domain standards: a standard for the domain of Land Administration (LA). This standard is in the draft stage of development now (May 2011). The development of domain standards is a logical follow up after domain-independent standards, which are available now in the area of geo-information processing. The Land Administration Domain Model (LADM) provides a conceptual schema with three basic packages with a limited scope: parties, rights (and restrictions/responsibilities) and spatial units. Certain classes are outside the scope but can be referred to. An important aspect in the development of a coherent (Spatial) Information Infrastructures – (S)II is that the various standardized domain models are reusing the same model patterns as solutions for the same situations. In this paper the LADM and its external classes are briefly presented. It outlines the advantages of standardized domain models in the development of (S)II and the importance of LA as an authentic register, in relation to other authentic registers, such as for addresses, population, companies, topography, or buildings. This will be illustrated with the Dutch case of authentic registers.
Description: 28th Urban Data Management Symposium. Delft, The Netherlands 28-30 September 2011
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/5401
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