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        1            ISO 19111-2:2009



        2            ISO 19114:2003



        3            ISO 19115-2:2009


        4            ISO 19125-2:2004


        5            ISO 19125-2:2004


        6            ISO 19125-2:2004


        7            ISO 19126:2009

       10            ISO 19132:2007


       11            ISO 19136:2007


       13            ISO 19137:2007


       12            ISO 19137:2007


       16            ISO 19141:2008

       17            ISO 19144-1:2009


       22            ISO 19145:????



       19            ISO 19146:2010



       21            ISO/TS 19103:2005




        9            ISO/TS 19127:2005
8    ISO/TS 19127:2005



20   ISO/TS 19135-2:????


14   ISO/TS 19138:2006


15   ISO/TS 19139:2007
                                dependencyText                                        FK_Document_ScopeReference
It applies the schema of ISO 19111 to combine a position referenced by
coordinates with a parametric value to form a spatio-parametric coordinate           ISO 19111
reference system (CRS).
This International Standard provides a framework of procedures for determining
and evaluating quality that is applicable to digital geographic datasets, consistent ISO 19113
with the data quality principles defined in ISO 19113.

This part of ISO 19115 extends the existing geographic Metadata standard by
                                                                                     ISO 19115
defining the schema required for describing imagery and gridded data.
This part of ISO 19125 specifies an SQL schema that supports storage, retrieval,
query and update of simple geospatial feature collections via the SQL Call Level
Interface (SQL/CLI) (ISO/IEC 9075-3:1999).
This part of ISO 19125 defines a simple feature profile of ISO 19107, Geographic
                                                                                     ISO 19107
information ― Spatial schema.
The Geometry Types and Functions described in this part of ISO 19125 represent
a profile of ISO 13249-3, Information technology — Database languages — SQL ISO/IEC 13249-3
Multimedia and Application Packages — Part 3: Spatial.
These registers are in accordance with ISO 19135.                                    ISO 19135
This International Standard addresses for an LBS system the first three basic
viewpoints as defined in the Reference Model for Open Distributed Processing         ISO/IEC 10746-2
(RM-ODP; ISO/IEC 10746).
The Geography Markup Language (GML) is an XML encoding in compliance with
                                                                                     ISO 19118
ISO 19118 for the ...
This International Standard defines a core profile of ISO 19107 that specifies, in
accordance with ISO 19106, a minimal set of geometric elements necessary for         ISO 19107
efficient creation of application schemata.
This International Standard defines a core profile of ISO 19107 that specifies, in
accordance with ISO 19106, a minimal set of geometric elements necessary for         ISO 19107
efficient creation of application schemata.
The feature moves within any domain composed of spatial objects as specified in
                                                                                     ISO 19107
ISO 19107.
This International Standard also defines the technical structure of a register of
                                                                                     ISO 19135
classifiers in accordance with ISO 19135.
This International Standard specifies the process for establishing, maintaining
and publishing registers of representation of geographic point location in           ISO 19135
compliance with ISO 19135.
It also specifies an implementation of ISO 19135 (Geographic information —
Procedures for item registration) for the registration of geographic information     ISO 19135
concepts for the purpose of integrating multiple domain-based vocabularies.
This Technical Specification provides a profile of the Unified Modeling Language
(UML) for use with geographic information. In addition, it provides guidelines on
how UML should be used to create standardized geographic information and
service models.
This Technical Specification defines rules for the population and maintenance of
registers of geodetic codes and parameters and identifies the data elements, in
                                                                                  ISO 19111
compliance with ISO 19135, Geographic information -- Procedures for
registration of geographical information items and ISO 19111
This Technical Specification defines rules for the population and maintenance of
registers of geodetic codes and parameters and identifies the data elements, in
                                                                                 ISO 19135
compliance with ISO 19135, Geographic information - Procedures for registration
of geographical information items
This Technical Specification defines Geographic ReGister XML (grg) encoding; an
XML Schema implementation derived from ISO 19135, Geographic information – ISO 19135
Procedures for item registration.
The data quality measures are structured so that they may be maintained in a
                                                                                ISO 19135
register established in conformance with ISO 19135.
This Technical Specification defines Geographic MetaData XML (gmd) encoding,
an XML Schema implementation derived from ISO 19115, Geographic                 ISO 19115
information ― Metadata.
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ISO/IEC 9075-3:2003




ISO/IEC 19501:2005
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Normative reference to ISO 19115:2003 is dated



Normative reference to ISO 19113:2002 is dated



Normative reference to ISO 19115:2003 is dated




Normative reference to ISO 19107:2003 is dated


Normative reference is dated to ISO/IEC 13249-3:1999


Normative reference is dated to ISO 19135:2005

Not a normative reference; undated in the bibliography


Normative reference is dated to ISO 19118:2005

Not a normative reference; dated to ISO 19106:2004 in the
bibliography


Normative reference is dated to ISO 19107:2003




Normative reference is dated to ISO 19135:2005


Normative reference is dated to ISO 19135:2005



Normative reference is dated to ISO 19135:2005



Normative reference is dated to ISO/IEC 19501:2005,



Normative reference is dated to ISO 19111:2003, Geographic
Normative reference is dated to ISO 19135:---1),



Normative reference is dated to ISO 19135:2005


Normative reference is dated to ISO 19135:2005


Normative reference is dated to ISO 19115:2003

				
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