A prototype system for the digital lodgement of spatial data
Hayes, John Francis (1997) A prototype system for the digital lodgement of spatial data. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.
This dissertation develops the model of a prototype system for the digital lodgement of spatial data sets with statutory bodies responsible for the registration and approval of land related actions under the Torrens Title system. Spatial data pertain to the location of geographical entities together with their spatial dimensions and are classified as point, line, area or surface. This dissertation deals with a sub-set of spatial data, land boundary data that result from the activities performed by surveying and mapping organisations for the development of land parcels.
The prototype system has been developed, utilising an event-driven paradigm for the user-interface, to exploit the potential of digital spatial data being generated from the utilisation of electronic techniques. The system provides for the creation of a digital model of the cadastral network and dependent data sets for an area of interest from hard copy records. This initial model is calibrated on registered control and updated by field survey to produce an amended model. The field-calibrated model then is electronically validated to ensure it complies with standards of format and content.
The prototype system was designed specifically to create a database of land boundary data for subsequent retrieval by land professionals for surveying, mapping and related activities. Data extracted from this database are utilised for subsequent field survey operations without the need to create an initial digital model of an area of interest.
Statistical reporting of differences resulting when subsequent initial and calibrated models are compared, replaces the traditional checking operations of spatial data performed by a land registry office.
Digital lodgement of survey data is fundamental to the creation of the database of accurate land boundary data. This creation of the database is fundamental also to the efficient integration of accurate spatial data about land being generated by modem technology such as global positioning systems, and remote sensing and imaging, with land boundary information and other information held in Government databases.
The prototype system developed provides for the delivery of accurate, digital land boundary data for the land registration process to ensure the continued maintenance of the integrity of the cadastre. Such data should meet also the more general and encompassing requirements of, and prove to be of tangible, longer term benefit to the developing, electronic land information industry.
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|Item Type:||QUT Thesis (PhD)|
|Additional Information:||Presented to the School of Planning and Landscape Architecture and Surveying, Queensland University of Technology in association with the Australian Key Centre in Land Information Studies.|
|Keywords:||Geographic information systems Software, Digital mapping, digital lodgement, spatial data, land boundary data, data validation, plan examination, land registraton, digital lodgement standards, quality assurance, surveying, mapping, land law, land information systems, geographic informatiopn systems, thesis, doctoral|
|Institution:||Queensland University of Technology|
|Copyright Owner:||Copyright John Francis Hayes|
|Deposited On:||22 Sep 2010 13:04|
|Last Modified:||06 Jan 2016 06:31|
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