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February 27, 2017

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Ron Lake

Good opportunity to combine the registry standard CSW-ebRIM and Geography Markup Language (GML). GML supports 3d geometry description while CSw-ebRIM provides mechanisms for data classification (multiple inheritance and more flexible than GML), associations and logical collections. Registtues can track the state of underground structures and relate them to one snother and to other objects. Registries based on CSW-ebRIM can also associate underground structures to design drawings, images etc regardless of their encoding.

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