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  • ISO/IEC 18023-1:200x(E) — Table 6.141 DRM_Location_Surface
    Range Field data type None Field elements Field name Range Field data type None Default field values Default field values for DRM Location Surface Associated to one way inherited None Associated to one way None Associated by one way inherited None Associated by one way None Associated with two way inherited None Associated with two way None Composed of two way inherited None Composed of two way None Composed of two way metadata inherited None Composed of two way metadata None Component of two way inherited zero or more DRM Arc instances zero or more DRM Camera Point instances zero or more DRM Directional Light Behaviour instances zero or one DRM Distance LOD Data instance zero or more DRM Ellipse instances zero or more DRM Feature Edge instances zero or more DRM Feature Face instances zero or one DRM Feature Node instance zero or more DRM Image Anchor instances zero or more DRM Label instances zero or more DRM Perimeter Data instances zero or more DRM Point instances zero or more DRM Property Grid Hook Point instances zero or one DRM Reference Origin instance zero or more DRM Reference Vector instances zero or more DRM Spatial Extent instances zero or

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  • ISO/IEC 18023-1:200x(E) — Table 6.216 DRM_Reference_Surface
    case the combination of the individual reference surfaces forms the composite reference surface The third coordinate component of a conforming point is determined as specified in 4 7 3 Location Within the reference surface only geometry matching the possibly elaborated classification specified by the classification field is used The multiplicity rule field specifies a rule to select a single point from multiple intersections of a ray with the reference surface defined by the instance of DRM Reference Surface The lod rule field specifies a rule to select one LOD branch Class diagram Figure 6 266 DRM Reference Surface Inherited field elements Field name Range Field data type None Field elements Field name Range Field data type classification EDCS Classification Code multiplicity rule Reference Surface Elevation Select lod rule Reference Surface LOD Select Default field values Default field values for DRM Reference Surface Associated to one way inherited None Associated to one way one DRM Geometry Hierarchy instance 1 Associated by one way inherited None Associated by one way None Associated with two way inherited None Associated with two way None Composed of two way inherited None Composed of two way zero or more DRM Property Value instances 2 Composed of two way metadata inherited None Composed of two way metadata None Component of two way inherited None Component of two way zero or more DRM Feature Hierarchy instances zero or more DRM Geometry Hierarchy instances Constraints DRM Model SRF DRM Property constraints DRM Reference Surface constraints Publishable object Clarifications 1 This specifies the DRM Geometry Hierarchy instance containing the DRM Surface Geometry instances and or DRM Property Grid instances to be used as the reference surface 2 A DRM Reference Surface instance has DRM Property Value components only when the classification of the DRM Reference Surface requires elaboration by DRM Property Value components Example s Consider a DRM Environment Root instance ER having both a DRM Union Of Geometry Hierarchy component UGH and a DRM Union Of Features component UF UGH contains a DRM Union Of Primitive Geometry instance UPG 1 classified as ECC TERRAIN ELEVATION and containing DRM Polygon components that inherit the DRM Classification Data instance UPG 1 is a polygonal representation of terrain forming part of the larger environmental representation ER UF the feature representation of ER has a DRM Reference Surface component that associates to UPG 1 as depicted in Figure 6 267 Figure 6 267 DRM Reference Surface ECC TERRAIN ELEVATION example Consequently conforming points found in the component tree of UF use the terrain polygons of UPG 1 to resolve elevation Continuing the previous example the DRM Union Of Geometry Hierarchy instance UGH under ER contains another DRM Union Of Primitive Geometry instance UPG 2 with DRM Polygon components classified as ECC INLAND WATER ELEVATION as depicted in Figure 6 268 Figure 6 268 DRM Reference Surface ECC INLAND WATER ELEVATION example UF in turn has a DRM Union Of Features component UF 2 that is classified as ECC ENGINEERING BRIDGE and contains DRM

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  • ISO/IEC 18023-1:200x(E) — Table 6.45 DRM_Conformal_Behaviour
    Conformal Behaviour Inherited field elements Field name Range Field data type None Field elements Field name Range Field data type classification EDCS Classification Code parallel gravity Boolean offset distance Float Default field values Default field values for DRM Conformal Behaviour Associated to one way inherited None Associated to one way None Associated by one way inherited None Associated by one way None Associated with two way inherited None Associated with two way None Composed of two way inherited None Composed of two way zero or more DRM Property Value instances 1 Composed of two way metadata inherited None Composed of two way metadata None Component of two way inherited None Component of two way zero or more DRM Aggregate Geometry instances zero or more DRM Geometry Model Instance instances zero or more DRM Point instances zero or more DRM Vertex instances Constraints DRM Conformal Behaviour constraints Publishable object Clarifications 1 A DRM Conformal Behaviour instance has DRM Property Value components only when the classification of the DRM Conformal Behaviour instance requires elaboration by DRM Property Value components Example s Consider a DRM Model instance M being placed on terrain where the DRM Geometry Model Instance instance specifies a DRM Conformal Behaviour component indicating conformance to the terrain skin The terrain skin uses a DRM Classification Related Geometry instance to separate the surface to which M conforms from the rest of the terrain geometry in that area If so the DRM Conformal Behaviour instance can associate with the terrain skin This would help the consumer resolve ambiguities when deriving the actual 3D location The surface to be conformed to can be further qualified by the DRM Property Value instance that has been extended Consider a tree canopy that conforms to multiple or continuous LOD terrain The entire collection of tree canopy

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  • ISO/IEC 18023-1:200x(E) — Table 6.217 DRM_Reference_Vector
    or more DRM Infinite Light instances zero or more DRM Line instances zero or more DRM Lobe Data instances zero or more DRM LSR Transformation Step instances zero or more DRM Moving Light Behaviour instances zero or more DRM Parallelepiped Volume Extent instances zero or more DRM Point instances zero or more DRM Polygon instances zero or more DRM Union Of Geometry instances zero or more DRM Vertex instances Constraints Publishable object Required reference vector location Clarifications None Example s Consider a DRM Polygon instance specified in a 3D LSR SRF for which a data provider wishes to explicitly provide the surface normal vector so that consumers do not need to calculate the surface normal when consuming that particular DRM Polygon instance The data provider specifies this vector information as a DRM Reference Vector component of the DRM Polygon instance as depicted in Figure 6 270 Figure 6 270 DRM Reference Vector surface normal example Since the DRM Reference Vector instance is a component of a DRM Polygon instance it specifies a DRM LSR 3D Location component in order to comply with 7 2 61 Required reference vector location Consider a DRM Reference Vector instance contained by a DRM Polygon instance representing a normal vector that is used for rendering purposes that is to calculate colour and shading when rendering the DRM Polygon instance This DRM Reference Vector instance has a vector type of RENDERING NORMAL Consider a DRM Polygon instance F classified as ECC FENCE where F is a quadrilateral F is instanced on some terrain representation such that the plane of F is perpendicular to the surrounding terrain F has radar cross sections that are dependent on aspect angles azimuth and elevation These aspect angles are defined with respect to F s normal vector and F s azimuth

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  • ISO/IEC 18023-1:200x(E) — Table 6.206 DRM_Property_Value
    of two way None Composed of two way metadata inherited None Composed of two way metadata None Component of two way inherited None Component of two way zero or more DRM Camera Point instances zero or more DRM Classification Data instances zero or more DRM Conformal Behaviour instances zero or more DRM Environmental Domain Summary instances zero or more DRM Feature Representation instances zero or more DRM Feature Topology instances zero or more DRM Geometry Representation instances zero or more DRM Model instances zero or more DRM Property Description instances zero or more DRM Property Set instances zero or more DRM Reference Surface instances zero or more DRM Table Property Description instances Constraints DRM Property Characteristic constraints DRM Property constraints Publishable object Clarifications None Example s The DRM Property Value instances of a representation of a lake might include the EAC SURFACE MATERIAL TYPE of the lake Consider the man made materials that can be found on any surface such as cloth carpet asphalt silk metal and natural materials such as wood To specify the material making up a wooden wall represented by a DRM Polygon instance the data provider represents it as depicted in Figure 6 252 Figure 6 252 DRM Property Value example Consider a DRM Areal Feature instance representing a surface covered with vegetation To specify the type of vegetation the data provider gave it a DRM Property Value component with a meaning of EAC VEGETATION TYPE and the value specifying the exact type of vegetation Consider a DRM Areal Feature instance labeled as Red Field because the surface represented has clay soil present To describe the soil composition at some point or for some surface DRM Property Value instances are used so a DRM Property Value instance of the appropriate attribute is attached to the DRM

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  • ISO/IEC 18023-1:200x(E) — Table 6.307 DRM_World_Transformation
    instance A DRM World Transformation instance is applied as specified in 4 7 6 Representing models within an environment Class diagram Figure 6 381 DRM World Transformation Inherited field elements Field name Range Field data type None Field elements Field name Range Field data type None Default field values Default field values for DRM World Transformation Associated to one way inherited None Associated to one way None Associated by one way inherited None Associated by one way None Associated with two way inherited None Associated with two way None Composed of two way inherited None Composed of two way one DRM Location instance zero or one DRM World 3x3 instance Composed of two way metadata inherited None Composed of two way metadata None Component of two way inherited zero or more DRM Feature Model Instance instances zero or more DRM Geometry Model Instance instances Component of two way None Constraints Publishable object Clarifications None Example s Let H be a DRM Model instance classified as ECC HOUSE such that H is specified within a 3D LSR SRF and H has a DRM Geometry Model component G Let X be a DRM Geometry Model Instance instance specified within a CD 3D

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  • ISO/IEC 18023-1:200x(E) — Table 6.284 DRM_Transformation
    instances Class diagram Figure 6 354 DRM Transformation Inherited field elements Field name Range Field data type None Field elements Field name Range Field data type None Default field values Default field values for DRM Transformation Associated to one way inherited None Associated to one way None Associated by one way inherited None Associated by one way None Associated with two way inherited None Associated with two way None Composed

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  • ISO/IEC 18023-1:200x(E) — Table 6.149 DRM_LSR_Transformation
    7 2 24 DRM LSR Transformation components is obeyed Class diagram Figure 6 179 DRM LSR Transformation Inherited field elements Field name Range Field data type None Field elements Field name Range Field data type None Default field values Default field values for DRM LSR Transformation Associated to one way inherited None Associated to one way None Associated by one way inherited None Associated by one way None Associated with two way inherited None Associated with two way None Composed of two way inherited None Composed of two way zero or one DRM Local 4x4 instance zero or more ordered DRM LSR Transformation Step instances Composed of two way metadata inherited None Composed of two way metadata None Component of two way inherited zero or more DRM Feature Model Instance instances zero or more DRM Geometry Model Instance instances Component of two way zero or more DRM Aggregate Geometry instances zero or one DRM Geometry Model instance zero or more DRM Property Grid Hook Point instances Constraints DRM LSR Transformation components Publishable object Clarifications None Example s Let V be a DRM Model instance classified as ECC GROUND VEHICLE such that V represents a ground vehicle with four wheels Let W be another DRM Model instance where W represents one such wheel and V and W are specified in identical 3D LSR SRFs Rather than V specifying the geometry of a wheel four times once for each instance of such a wheel V contains DRM Geometry Model Instance instances that reference W once for each wheel where a given DRM Geometry Model Instance instance has a DRM LSR Transformation component specifying how to transform that instance of the wheel model to position and orient it on the appropriate axle of V The DRM Translation instances DRM Rotation instances and DRM

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