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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Adatok az EU Térinformációs Infrastruktúrájában: az INSPIRE MódszerTOTH KatalinArticles in Journals
2012A Conceptual Model for Developing Interoperability Specifications in Spatial Data InfrastructuresTOTH Katalin; PORTELE Clemens; ILLERT Andreas; LUTZ Michael; NUNES DE LIMA MariaJRC Reference Reports
2009Cost-Benefit Considerations in Establishing Interoperability of the Data Component of Spatial Data InfrastructuresTOTH Katalin; SMITS PaulContributions to Conferences
2007Data Consistency and Multiple-Representation in the European Spatial Data InfrastructureTOTH KATALINContributions to Conferences
2005Data Quality and Scale in Context of Data HarmonisationTOTH KATALIN; NUNES DE LIMA MARIAContributions to Conferences
2013Data Quality in INSPIRE: Balancing Legal Obligation with Technical AspectsTOTH Katalin; TOMAS Robert; NUNES DE LIMA Vanda; CETL VLADOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Development of NSDIs in Western Balkan countries in accordance with INSPIRECETL VLADO; SMITS Paul; TOTH KatalinContributions to Conferences
2006ESDI: From Inspiration to ImplementationTOTH KATALIN; FULLERTON KARENBooks
2007Infrastructure for Spatial Information In Europe (INSPIRE) - From Cartography to Spatial Objects and Network ServicesTOTH KATALIN; SMITS PAULContributions to Conferences
2012INSPIRE from the JRC point of view/INSPIRE iz perspektive JRC-aCETL VLADO; TOTH Katalin; SMITS PaulArticles in Journals
2011Quality of geographic information - simple concept made complex by the contextTOTH Katalin; TOMAS RobertContributions to Conferences
2013Report on the status of INSPIRE in the Balkan countriesCETL VLADO; TOTH Katalin; ABRAMIC ANDREJ; SMITS PaulEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Tér-Tudatos Információs TársadalomTOTH KatalinArticles in Journals
2005What Technology Does INSPIRE Need? - Development and Research RequirementsBERNARD Lars; ANNONI ALESSANDRO; KANELLOPOULOS IOANNIS; MILLOT MICHEL; NOGUERAS ISO Javier; NOWAK JOANNA; TOTH KATALINContributions to Conferences
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