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|Title:||Data Quality and Scale in Context of Data Harmonisation|
|Authors:||TOTH KATALIN; NUNES DE LIMA MARIA|
|Citation:||Proceedings of The 11th EC-GIS Conference|
|Publisher:||Joint Research Centre|
|Type:||Contributions to Conferences|
|Abstract:||The proposal for the INSPIRE Directive sets out the legislative framework for implementing the European Spatial Data Infrastructure as based on the national ones. One of the elements of the future infrastructure is the harmonised spatial data and spatial data services. Keeping in mind the heterogeneity of the potential input, the compatibility of the conceptualisation and the quality of the datasets are pivotal. Scale and data quality are not only metadata, but also instruments in this process. Moreover, the distributed client server environment sets new challenges both to the metadata documentation and the quality assurance. After a historical overview and problem statement the paper proposes some pragmatic solutions.|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for Environment and Sustainability|
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