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Digital Cadastral Maps in Land Information Systems

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Piotr Cichocinski

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This paper presents the problem of cadastral maps. The hitherto existing cadastre, consisting of paper maps and land registers, is now becoming insufficient. Its shortcomings force developments leading to its improvement. One of the ways is the creation of a Land Information System. A digital cadastral map is the main component of this system. The structure and information content of the map is presented, its differences from analogue maps are shown, and the process of map creation is described. A digital cadastral map can be the basis for additional thematic layers, successively converting it into a complex system for management of administrative units. Some examples of such layers and their usage are presented here.
DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/lq.7535
How to Cite: Cichocinski, P., (1999). Digital Cadastral Maps in Land Information Systems. LIBER Quarterly. 9(2), pp.211–221. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/lq.7535
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Published on 14 Apr 1999.
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