Cadastral Systems on the World Wide Web:A Multi-Purpose Vision
AuthorMajid, S. I. A.; Williamson, I. P.
Source TitleProceedings, Presented at AURISA 99 - The 27th Annual Conference of AURISA
University of Melbourne Author/sWilliamson, Ian
AffiliationEngineering: Department of Geomatics
Document TypeConference Paper
CitationsMajid, S. I. A. and Williamson, I. P. (1999) Cadastral Systems on the World Wide Web:A Multi-Purpose Vision, in Proceedings, Presented at AURISA 99 - The 27th Annual Conference of AURISA, Blue Mountains NSW,Australia.
Access StatusOpen Access
The World Wide Web (WWW) is now a reliable and efficient source of informationworldwide. With this in mind, traditional cadastral systems are looking to the WWW as atool that will better serve the users of land information. As such, this paper will outline thedevelopments of modern cadastral systems and in particular, online cadastral systems andthe increasing use of the WWW for access.The paper will then demonstrate how a modern cadastral system can benefit by beingonline on the WWW. It will also review Australian and international developments onbringing cadastral systems online and assisting in managing complex land tenure systems.The paper will discuss the realisation of a Multi-Purpose Cadastre concept through the useof the WWW, distributed databases and Map Servers. Resulting issues such as data, spatialprocessing, data delivery and client will be addressed.
KeywordsWWW; Multi-Purpose Cadastre; Cadastre 2014; Map Servers; Web Servers; land title systems
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