Presentation on "The Use of GIS in Water Cadastre"


Loredana Crenganis

Department of Terrestrial Measurements and Cadastre

Faculty of Hydrotechnical Engineering, Geodesy, and Environmental Engineering
Technical University "Gheorghe Asachi" of Iasi, Romania


Wednesday 9.04.2014 at 09:00 h


Seminar Raum 127 
Neues E.I., Room # CD 03 24
Gusshausstrasse 27-29, 1040 Wien


The Use of GIS in Water Cadastre


This talk proposes the classification of the main issues that GIS have to meet in water cadastre, the possibility to introduce specialized cadastral information in predefined relational data structures, according to cadastral rules and getting the integrated Data Bank in any GIS system. Real world entities are so complex that they should be classified in classes of objects with certain thematic similarities and modeled in spatial database. Objects from a spatial database are defined as representations of the real world that have associated attributes. Generally, geospatial data have three major components: location, attributes and time. Attributes are often referred to as "data subject" or "non-spatial data" and related to spatial or geometric data. An attribute has a defined characteristic of the entity in the real world. Attributes can be classified as normal, ordinal, numeric, conditional or who describe other features.

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