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1. Data

1.1. infrastructure

1.1.1. of

1.1.1.1. Germany registry implementation for SDI

1.1.1.2. Catalonia

1.1.1.3. Turkey with a view to complying with INSPIRE

1.1.1.4. Mexico

1.1.1.4.1. and the new law of the national system of statistical and geographical information

1.1.1.4.2. the GDI-NRW as a component of the German, European and global SDI Chilean experience

1.1.1.5. Spain

1.1.1.5.1. organisational and legal framework available web services at Spanish NSDI

1.1.1.5.2. national SDI for India the Cuban SDI as the backbone of the national geographical portal survey of India provides framework spatial data

1.1.2. for

1.1.2.1. Europe

1.1.2.1.1. a trains-national SDI for academic geo-information

1.1.2.1.2. the INSPIRE progress and the challenges ahead what do we need laws for?

1.1.2.2. local governments based on OGC web services SDI initiatives North Rhine

1.1.2.3. sustainable development in the middle East and North Africa GSDI

1.1.3. in

1.1.3.1. disaster management Gideon turns on year old

1.1.3.2. India: status, governance challenges, and strategies for effective functioning SDI

1.1.3.3. the

1.1.3.3.1. context of the growth of the national geographic information system user driven regional networking in land related knowledge transfer

1.1.3.3.2. federal republic of Germany the emerging Spanish national SDI

1.1.3.3.3. Americas (2000-2008) Chinese rural land registration

1.1.3.3.4. Caribbean developing a comprehensive address data standard for the United States towards an international address standard SDI

1.1.3.3.5. management of

1.1.3.3.6. republic of Uzbekistan by the creation of committee (on the example of South African committee)

1.1.3.3.7. Europe Sdiger

1.1.3.3.8. South

1.1.3.4. Bahia - Brazil and its potential repercussions to environmental impact assessments

1.1.3.5. volcanic disaster risk management

1.1.3.6. Japan spatially enabling zone management: drivers, design elements, and future research directions

1.1.3.7. Timor - Leste, a newly independent state assessing the current status of data sharing

1.1.3.8. Colombia: a high level strategy to support policy formulation and spatial information management

1.1.3.9. Uganda national geospatial data infrastructure

1.1.3.10. Cuba: state and perspectives access and use of publicly funded geospatial data in South America

1.1.3.11. Africa: spotting the elephant behind the trees digital national framework

1.1.3.12. sustainable development: Indian perspective GIS for e-governance the role of NSDI in the development of China the future

1.1.3.13. Friuli Venenzia Giulia, Italy scenarios for the spatially enabled society open data

1.1.3.14. Turkey and projects

1.1.3.14.1. strengthening national geographic service in Lao

1.1.3.14.2. the role of national mapping and cadastre agencies in establishment of NSDI

1.1.3.15. Denmark the telematic updating of cadastral data communication in Italy e-governance

1.1.3.16. Indonesia positional accuracy improvement

1.1.3.17. Croatia enabling spatial data infrastructures for sustainable development comparative analysis of NSDI in Greece and Cyprus

1.1.3.18. line with the European standards SDI in China

1.1.3.19. Chile quality beyond metadata implementing quality in spatial data infrastructures implementation factors

1.1.3.20. Nigeria

1.1.4. development

1.1.4.1. the real and potential role of the university site characterization using GIS applications

1.1.4.2. in

1.1.4.2.1. the Caribbean towards building a strong spatial data infrastructure

1.1.4.2.2. Germany SDI development in Losotho: overcoming obstacles

1.1.4.2.3. Hong Kong development of cadastral information system in correlation with NSDI in Kosova

1.1.4.3. NSDI as complex adaptive system downstream benefits of GSDI

1.1.5. as

1.1.5.1. complex adaptive system downstream benefits of GSDI

1.1.5.2. a

1.1.5.2.1. vehicle for sustainable development in Zimbabwe Ethiopian natural resources

1.1.5.2.2. service for efficient spatial management SDI development in the Russian federation

1.1.5.3. tools in environment and geohazard managment examples from Norway geoinformation

1.2. infrastructures

1.2.1. in

1.2.1.1. Portugal sharing energy information through INSPIRE

1.2.1.2. land management and administration improving disaster management in Jamaica using SDI

1.2.1.3. Europe a successful policy approach in service provision by the Dutch Cadastre

1.2.1.4. delivering an enabling platform for decision making the UNSDI vision

1.2.1.5. marine environment - a case study critical metadata protocols

1.2.1.6. a small, centralised nation state Brazilian universities and the beginning of the Brazilian SDI

1.2.2. an

1.2.2.1. overview of SDI of Turkey with a view to complying with INSPIRE standards

1.2.2.2. integrated decision support system for the evaluation of risks and disasters management

1.2.3. analyzing organizational structures and SDI performance

1.2.4. the

1.2.4.1. Swedish geodata portal

1.2.4.2. importance of geographic information in biodiversity and nature conversation setting up a GI research agenda

1.2.4.3. development of land information policies in the Americas federated data model

1.2.4.4. global public commons and marketplace in geographic data a conceptual model

1.2.5. with

1.2.5.1. particular focus on the Dutch SDI the eGIS+project

1.2.5.2. semantic web services advancing in SDI's through knowledge management creation

1.2.6. for

1.2.6.1. integrated coastal management presenting environmental models for disaster management

1.2.6.2. e-government sharing data is good, but are we concerned enough about the public protection and ethical data dissemination?

1.2.6.3. sustainable development comparative analysis of NSDI policies in Greece and Cyprus

1.2.7. and

1.2.7.1. public sector innovation in Flanders (Belgium)

1.2.7.2. their administration a regional collaborative network to improve spatial information sharing in Australia

1.2.7.3. web mapping administration and management of georeferenced information

1.2.8. to

1.2.8.1. help blind pedestrians navigate urban areas exploring LIDAR data

1.2.8.2. people the uptake of SDI components in businees processes

1.2.8.3. a grid environment for optimized processing of large amounts of spatial data institutional networking

1.2.9. developing

1.2.9.1. and managing an operational global spatial data infrastrucure

1.2.9.2. spatially enabled business process

1.3. management

1.3.1. of cultural and environmental heritage

1.3.2. is SDIs land administration

1.3.3. an essential building block for land management in Ireland enhancement of urban SDI

1.4. integration

1.4.1. : an architecture for complex transformation services specialist networks for the INSPIRE thimes in Germany

1.4.2. lynx: the information infrastructure facilitating collaboration and delivering capability of the governments of Australia

1.4.3. framework based on ontology user-generated spatial content and the need for SDI standards active exploration

1.5. sharing

1.5.1. a health perspective research study from Mozambique evaluation of SDI

1.5.2. through multi-source spatial data lynx

1.5.3. policies in Uganda onegeology Europe

1.5.4. for sustainable development in landlocked countries

1.5.5. partnerships for SDI development a framework for comparing SDI on the basis of web services and metadata maangment

1.6. clearinghouses

1.6.1. improving SDI local relevance

1.6.2. (2000-2005) towards user-driven spatial data infrastructures

1.6.3. the value of performance indicators to spatial data infrastructure development

1.6.4. to society ISO 19115 based metadata cataloguing tool for the Portuguese SDI

1.7. in

1.7.1. Denmark INSPIRE data specifications highlights

1.7.2. republic of Croatia the Swedish model for data and service sharing with EU data

1.7.3. the

1.7.3.1. republic of Croatia spatial data infrastructures

1.7.3.2. Netherlands for applicability in a European context is there is an SDI 2

1.7.3.3. Russian federation the need for national SDI in Nigeria

1.7.4. European geoportals and their compliance with ISO and OGC standards an organisational frame for interoperability

1.7.5. mathematical simulation models dynamic GIS new open standards for emergency response

1.7.6. South America

1.7.6.1. geoportals in selected European states

1.7.6.2. real-time content transformations in the European spatial data infrastructure

1.8. and

1.8.1. services in a federal environment ontology as knowledge base for spatial data harmonization

1.8.2. users national geospatial data infrastructure development in Nigeria

1.8.3. application in cadastre data updating methods for spatial data infrastructure that maintain infrastructure quality

1.9. for

1.9.1. eia and sea studies evaluating the extent to which SDIs realize their goals investing in infrastructure

1.9.2. e-government and public service integration of grid approaches in to the geographic web service domain

1.9.3. an efficient management of agriculture water need spatial data modelling

2. Planning

2.1. and

2.1.1. decision support system infrastructure and spatial data infrastructure opengeo

2.1.2. disaster risk reduction at the local level in the context of spatially enabled governement

2.1.3. informal settlements: women and adequate housing formal cadastre and information land tenure

2.2. data

2.2.1. harmonization: land use the SDI-edu project

2.2.2. harmonisation and transnational SDI - building urban information system

2.3. spatial data infrastructures in Portugal sharing energy information through INSPIRE

2.3.1. Prepare Product Evaluation

2.3.2. Conduct Product Evaluation

2.3.3. Initiate Maintenance Process

2.4. process of Turkey socio-economic impact of the SDI of Catalonia

2.4.1. Prepare for Project Closure Meeting

2.4.2. Conduct Project Closure Meeting

2.4.3. Follow Up Project Closure Meeting

2.5. compliant to policy requirements implementing INSPIRE in a UK policy context INSPIRE implementation

2.5.1. Prepare Project Review

2.5.2. Conduct Project Review

2.5.3. Implement Process Improvement

2.6. in geo-government implementing INSPIRE geoportal in Turkey

2.7. investigation of user requirements for soil related applications as an aid to data specification for the inspire initiative good practice

2.8. SDI in the Netherlands web-based GIS decision support system

2.9. through an effective exchange of geo-information between involved parties spatially e-government applications

2.10. location and cartographic integration for multi-provider location based services advances toward expanding gazetteer

3. Information

3.1. infrastructure

3.1.1. geoportal

3.1.2. the RRR toolbox

3.1.3. obstacles and solutions

3.1.4. geospatial

3.1.5. developing

3.2. infrastructures

3.2.1. bench-marking SDI devevelopment in Hong Kong development of cadastral information system

3.2.2. sozo and hydro thematic databases as a component of NSDI in Poland design aspetcs of a thesaurus

3.2.3. integrating data and services into a single collection a proposed framework for data sharing

3.3. management

3.3.1. efforts and activities to make data accessible through development of a national geospatial data clearinghouse ontology

3.3.2. in the contest of

3.3.2.1. the Colombian space commission the use of SDI in aid management

3.3.2.2. organizational development

3.3.2.3. SDI and e-governement

3.3.3. technical innovation in management of spatial data case studies on mega cities

3.3.4. of Croatian ministry of defence spatially enabling governments

3.4. system

3.4.1. of water resources

3.4.2. with high added value

3.4.3. for good governance in Slovenia

3.5. on

3.5.1. utilities in the Netherlands space core data for GI

3.5.2. forest resources the emergence of geoportals and their role in SDIs

3.6. in

3.6.1. registration of the immovable property

3.6.2. the republic of Moldova progress in cadastral mapping

3.6.3. europe (INSPIRE)

3.6.3.1. and global spatial data infrastructure

3.6.3.2. development of a virtual Australia utinising an SDI platform

3.6.3.3. from cartography to spatial objects and network services

3.6.4. rebuilding a sustainable future

3.6.5. Croatia approaches to public partnership in the development of national geospatial data infrastructure

3.6.6. Great Britain the Danish way to a national spatial data infrastructure

3.7. for

3.7.1. building SDI a framework for understanding participants' motivations in VGI

3.7.2. environmental assessments towards INSPIRE in Germany

3.7.3. risk management underground facilities

4. spatial enablement

4.1. a

4.1.1. web based multi-layered insitutional GIS infrastructure application

4.1.2. registry based governance model for SDIs a national grid cell data infrastructure

4.2. high resolution spaceborne imagery for emergency response through faster image processing

4.3. spatially enabling society: the contribution of global map spatially enabled administration

4.4. managing megacities: a spatial solution SDI in cities

4.5. of government and NSDI

5. database

5.1. creation of national GIS for Uzbekistan creation of the SDI

5.2. SDIs and emergency planning and management

5.3. on water environment in China under framework of national SDI meteo-village

5.4. to facilitate road maintenance tasks the permanent system of migration observation and data collecting toward an e-government project

5.5. redesign research of the "prove" and conservation of the real rights within the modern, technological and telematic cadastre establishment

5.6. design and implementation at the mappin center for topographic & spatial arrangement

5.7. model under grid computing environment research on spatial information / knowledge resource organization in grid environement metadata portal