[Gfoss] INSPIRE - The Methodology for the Development of Data Specifications (D 2.6)

Piergiorgio Cipriano pg.cipriano at gmail.com
Mon Sep 3 12:00:04 CEST 2007


Il documento INSPIRE Data Specifications - Methodology for the development
of data specifications<http://inspire.jrc.it/reports/ImplementingRules/inspireDataspecD2_6v2.0.pdf>contiene
varie indicazioni su "come" realizzare le specifiche dei dati
Tra queste:
Requirement 16:
The INSPIRE data specifications shall conform with ISO 19131 (Data Product
(il 19131 è stato pubblicato come standard ISO quest'anno)

Si tratta di una modalità per definire le "specifiche di un prodotto", sia
esso un dataset oppure una serie di dataset, con una serie di informazioni
utili per chi deve acquisire, distribuire oppure utilizzare il prodotto in
E' molto interessante, perchè ricorda lo scopo delle specifiche IntesaGIS
sui dbTopografici<http://www.freegis-italia.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=31&Itemid=84&limit=1&limitstart=3>

Ecco un esempio concreto (estratto Annex F della versione Final Draft dello
standard ISO19131<http://www.freegis-italia.org/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=42>

Cosa prevede il 19131
Il 19131 prevede che un prodotto sia descritto indicando questi elementi:

   - Overview
   - Specification scopes
   - Data product identification
   - Data content and structure (con modello UML delle classi +
   descrizione del feature catalogue) >>il contenuto di questa sezione
   può considerarsi simile al contenuto di 1n1007 di
   - Reference systems
   - Data quality
   - Data product delivery
   - Metadata

e opzionalmente, informazioni su:

   - Data capture
   - Data maintenance
   - Portrayal
   - Additional information


2007/9/2, Piergiorgio Cipriano <pg.cipriano a gmail.com>:
> Pubblicato il 24 agosto:
> http://inspire.jrc.it/reports/ImplementingRules/inspireDataspecD2_6v2.0.pdf
> In order to prepare the Commission proposals, an international team of
> experts has been working since October 2005 to review available reference
> material and international standards to create a set of prime reference
> documents that will govern the development of the draft IR for data
> specifications:
> – DS-D2.3 Definition and scoping of the Annex themes;
> – DS-D2.5 Generic Conceptual Model;
> – DS-D2.6 Methodology for the development of data specifications;
> – DS-D2.7 Guidelines for the encoding of spatial data.
> This document, DS-D2.6 Methodology to develop the data specifications
> <http://inspire.jrc.it/reports/ImplementingRules/inspireDataspecD2_6v2.0.pdf> is
> therefore not a draft IR, but a document that, together with user
> requirements and the other documents mentioned above, is targeted to help in
> the process of developing the IR for data specifications.
> In particular, this document specifies how individual INSPIRE spatial data
> themes have to be modelled based on the user requirements, the INSPIRE
> Generic Conceptual Model (DS-D2.5) and the relevant international and
> industrial standards.
> DS-D2.6 will be used by the Thematic Working Groups as described in the INSPIRE
> Work Programme Transposition Phase 2007-2009<http://inspire.jrc.it/reports/transposition/INSPIRE_IR_WP2007_2009_en.pdf>and in the Terms of Reference of the actors involved in the data
> specification process. The result of applying DS-D2.6 will be the data
> product specifications, prepared according to ISO 19131:2007 Geographic
> information - Data product specifications<http://www.iso.org/iso/iso_catalogue/catalogue_tc/catalogue_detail.htm?csnumber=36760&commid=54904>,
> for the individual themes, i.e. conceptual information models that
> describe the relevant classes, their attributes,
> relationships and constraints, as well as other information as appropriate
> like data capturing information or data quality requirements.
> ...
> It does not create direct obligations to the Member States.
> pg
> --
> Piergiorgio Cipriano
> pg.cipriano a gmail.com

Piergiorgio Cipriano
pg.cipriano a gmail.com
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