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  • ISO/IEC 18041-4
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  • ISO/IEC 18042-4:2006(E) -- SRM C index page
    Foreword provides background on the standards process for SRM language bindings The Introduction describes the purpose design criteria and characteristics of this part of ISO IEC 18042 The following clauses define this part of ISO IEC 18042 Scope defines the subject covered by this part of ISO IEC 18042 Normative references lists the normative references Concepts describes various fundamentals of this International Standard Tables describes the mapping between abstract names

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    ISO IEC 18042 4 2006 Amd 1 2011 E 2011 SEDRIS All rights reserved

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  • ISO/IEC 18042-4:2006/Amd.1:2011(E) -- SRM C index page
    Model SRM binding to the C programming language The full title of this International Standard is Information technology Computer graphics and image processing Spatial Reference Model SRM language bindings Part 4 C Background Clauses Annexes Foreword 1 Scope A Bound

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  • ISO/IEC 18023-1:2006(E) -- Foreword
    with the rules given in the ISO IEC Directives Part 2 The main task of the joint technical committee is to prepare International Standards Draft International Standards adopted by the joint technical committee are circulated to national bodies for voting Publication as an International Standard requires approval by at least 75 of the national bodies casting a vote Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of

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  • ISO/IEC 18023-1:2006 -- 1 Scope
    data including terrain ocean atmosphere and space Examples of the representation of terrain data include but are not limited to physical and administrative boundaries based on characteristics of a planetary surface terrain phenomena for example flooding volcanic eruption and tectonics natural features for example mountains canyons and rivers and artificial features for example buildings roads and vehicles Examples of the representation of ocean data include but are not limited to physical and administrative boundaries based on characteristics of a planetary ocean oceanographic phenomena including temperature and pressure natural features for example waves currents and eddies and artificial features for example buoys drilling platforms and vessels Examples of the representation of atmospheric data include but are not limited to physical and administrative boundaries based on characteristics of a planetary atmosphere atmospheric phenomena for example winds temperature and pressure natural features for example tornados fronts and fog banks and artificial features for example rockets and aircraft Examples of the representation of space data include but are not limited to physical boundaries based on characteristics of space space phenomena for example radiation and space weather natural features for example solar wind radiation belts and comets and artificial features for example satellites and spacecraft

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  • ISO/IEC 18023-1:2006(E) -- Annex A Formal grammar
    diagram the depiction is of the same DRM class A 2 Composite diagrams A 2 1 Navigation diagram The navigation diagram in Figure A 1 provides direct access to the sheets below A 2 2 Spatial concepts The spatial concepts are depicted in the UML diagram in Figure A 2 A 2 3 Library The DRM classes that relate to specifying libraries and labels are depicted in the UML diagram in Figure A 3 A 2 4 Data table and property The DRM classes related to data tables and related properties are depicted in the UML diagram in Figure A 4 A 2 5 Geometry representation The DRM classes related to specifying overall geometry are depicted in the UML diagram in Figure A 5 A 2 6 Aggregate geometry The DRM classes related to specifying aggregate geometry are depicted in the UML diagram in Figure A 6 A 2 7 Primitive geometry The DRM classes related to specifying primtive geometry are depicted in the UML diagram in Figure A 7 A 2 8 Vertex and finite element mesh The DRM classes related to specifying vertices and finite element meshes are depicted in the UML diagram in Figure A 8 A 2 9 Feature representation The DRM classes related to specifying features and aggregate features are depicted in the UML diagram in Figure A 9 A 2 10 Topology hierarchy The DRM classes related to topology hierarchies are depicted in the UML diagram in Figure A 10 A 2 11 Geometry topology The DRM classes related to specifying geometry topology are depicted in the UML diagram in Figure A 11 A 2 12 Feature topology The DRM classes related to specifying feature topology are depicted in the UML diagram in Figure A 12 A 2 13 Model The DRM classes related

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  • ISO/IEC 18023-1:2006(E) -- Introduction
    application program interface Together these components support creating and accessing transmittals as a data interchange mechanism for representing environments Two additional International Standards ISO IEC 18025 Environmental data coding specification EDCS and ISO IEC 18026 Spatial reference model SRM are required to completely and unambiguously describe environmental data The SEDRIS interchange mechanism uses the DRM in conjunction with the EDCS and the SRM to provide a means for defining all of the data elements and their relationships necessary to describe environmental data These components form the central core of successful environmental data interchange and allow the unambiguous description of environmental data The DRM can be expanded to incorporate future environmental representation needs The SEDRIS API is the component of the interchange mechanism that provides the means to describe and access data in a transmittal It enables the interchange of environmental data between different proprietary database systems or formats The API allows the underlying implementation of the transmittal to be transparent to users 0 2 Characteristics of SEDRIS technology Complete and unambiguous data representation SEDRIS specifies a standard approach to describe and communicate environmental information This approach to representation of environmental data includes support for all domains of the environment including ocean terrain atmosphere and space In addition SEDRIS supports the various techniques that are used to model environmental data in a variety of information technology applications Since such potentially diverse models and representations can describe the same object or concept through different data models SEDRIS also includes the means to capture the polymorphic relationships of these representations Furthermore the DRM includes the necessary data elements and their relationship to one another that are needed to describe the environment fully and seamlessly across all domains Universal lossless data interchange By providing a complete and unambiguous data representation and a robust interchange

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