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Photogrammetric mapping for cadastral and land information systems

Muzakidis, Panagiotis D.; (1990) Photogrammetric mapping for cadastral and land information systems. Masters thesis (M.Phil), UCL (University College London). Green open access

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Abstract

The creation of a "clean" digital database is a most important and complex task, upon which the usefulness of a Parcel-Based Land Information System depends. Capturing data by photogrammetric methods for cadastral purposes necessitates the transformation of data into a computer compatible form. Such input requires the encoding, editing and structuring of data. The research is carried out in two phases, the first is concerned with defining the data modelling schemes and the classification of basic data for a parcel-based land information system together with the photogrammetric methods to be adopted to collect these data. The second deals with data editing and data structuring processes in order to produce "clean" information relevant to such a system. Implementation of the proposed system at both the data collection stage and within the data processing stage itself demands a number of flexible criteria to be defined within the methodology. Development of these criteria will include consideration of the cadastral characteristics peculiar to Greece.

Type: Thesis (Masters)
Qualification: M.Phil
Title: Photogrammetric mapping for cadastral and land information systems
Open access status: An open access version is available from UCL Discovery
Language: English
Additional information: Thesis digitised by ProQuest.
Keywords: Social sciences; Earth sciences; Parcel-based land information
URI: https://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/10123996
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