PD CEN ISO/TS 19139-1:2019 Geographic information. XML schema implementation. Encoding rules

PD CEN ISO/TS 19139-1:2019

Geographic information. XML schema implementation. Encoding rules

Status : Current   Published : April 2019

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What is this standard about?

This document defines XML based encoding rules for conceptual schemas specifying types that describe geographic resources. The encoding rules support the UML profile as used in the UML models commonly used in the standards developed by ISO/TC 211. The encoding rules use XML schema for the output data structure schema.

The encoding rules described in this document are not applicable for encoding UML application schema for geographic features (see ISO 19136 for those rules).




Standard NumberPD CEN ISO/TS 19139-1:2019
TitleGeographic information. XML schema implementation. Encoding rules
StatusCurrent
Publication Date10 April 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 19118
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 19105, ISO 19107, ISO 19119, ISO 19110, ISO/TS 19115-3, ISO/TS 19157-2, ISO 19157, ISO 19115-1, ISO 19136, ISO 19103:2015
ReplacesDD CEN ISO/TS 19139:2009
International RelationshipsCEN ISO/TS 19139-1:2019,ISO/TS 19139-1:2019
DescriptorsGeography, Data handling, Data organization, Data codes, Data representation, Data layout, Markup, Data transfer, Coordinates (geography), Information, Data processing
ICS35.240.70
Title in FrenchInformation géographique. Implémentation de schémas XML Règles de codage
Title in GermanGeoinformation. Metadaten. XML-Schema Implementierung
CommitteeIST/36
ISBN978 0 539 00310 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages50
File Size3.431 MB
Price£240.00


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