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ISO 19111:2007 Coordinate Systems
http://standards.iso.org/iso/19111/ed-2/en/
2007-07-01
CS_AffineCS
A two- or three-dimensional coordinate system with straight axes that are not necessarily orthogonal. An AffineCS shall have two or three axis associations; the number of associations shall equal the dimension of the CS.
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CS_CartesianCS
A two- or three-dimensional coordinate system with orthogonal straight axes. In the 2D case both axes and in the 3D case all axes shall have the same length unit. A CartesianCS shall have two or three axis associations; the number of associations shall equal the dimension of the CS.
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CS_CoordinateSystem
A coordinate system (CS) is the non-repeating sequence of coordinate system axes that spans a given coordinate space. A CS is derived from a set of mathematical rules for specifying how coordinates in a given space are to be assigned to points. The coordinate values in a coordinate tuple shall be recorded in the order in which the coordinate system axes associations are recorded.
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CS_CoordinateSystemAxis
Definition of a coordinate system axis.
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CS_CylindricalCS
A three-dimensional coordinate system consisting of a polar coordinate system extended by a straight coordinate axis perpendicular to the plane spanned by the polar coordinate system. A CylindricalCS shall have three axis associations.
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CS_EllipsoidalCS
A two- or three-dimensional coordinate system in which position is specified by geodetic latitude, geodetic longitude, and (in the three-dimensional case) ellipsoidal height. An EllipsoidalCS shall have two or three associations; the number of associations shall equal the dimension of the CS.
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AffineCS
A two- or three-dimensional coordinate system with straight axes that are not necessarily orthogonal. An AffineCS shall have two or three axis associations; the number of associations shall equal the dimension of the CS.
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CartesianCS
A two- or three-dimensional coordinate system with orthogonal straight axes. In the 2D case both axes and in the 3D case all axes shall have the same length unit. A CartesianCS shall have two or three axis associations; the number of associations shall equal the dimension of the CS.
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CylindricalCS
A three-dimensional coordinate system consisting of a polar coordinate system extended by a straight coordinate axis perpendicular to the plane spanned by the polar coordinate system. A CylindricalCS shall have three axis associations.
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LinearCS
A one-dimensional coordinate system that consists of the points that lie on the single axis described. The associated coordinate is the distance - with or without offset - from the origin point, specified through the datum definition, to the point along the axis. Example: usage of the line feature representing a pipeline to describe points on or along that pipeline. A LinearCS shall have one axis association.
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PolarCS
A two-dimensional coordinate system in which position is specified by the distance from the origin and the angle between the line from the origin to a point and a reference direction. A PolarCS shall have two axis associations.
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SphericalCS
A three-dimensional coordinate system with one distance measured from the origin and two angular coordinates. Not to be confused with an ellipsoidal coordinate system based on an ellipsoid "degenerated" into a sphere. A SphericalCS shall have three axis associations.
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UserDefinedCS
A two- or three-dimensional coordinate system that consists of any combination of coordinate axes not covered by any other Coordinate System type. An example is a multilinear coordinate system which contains one coordinate axis that may have any 1-D shape which has no intersections with itself. This non-straight axis is supplemented by one or two straight axes to complete a 2 or 3 dimensional coordinate system. The non-straight axis is typically incrementally straight or curved. A UserDefinedCS shall have two or three axis associations; the number of associations shall equal the dimension of the CS.
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EllipsoidalCS
A two- or three-dimensional coordinate system in which position is specified by geodetic latitude, geodetic longitude, and (in the three-dimensional case) ellipsoidal height. An EllipsoidalCS shall have two or three associations; the number of associations shall equal the dimension of the CS.
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CS_LinearCS
A one-dimensional coordinate system that consists of the points that lie on the single axis described. The associated coordinate is the distance - with or without offset - from the origin point, specified through the datum definition, to the point along the axis. Example: usage of the line feature representing a pipeline to describe points on or along that pipeline. A LinearCS shall have one axis association.
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CS_PolarCS
A two-dimensional coordinate system in which position is specified by the distance from the origin and the angle between the line from the origin to a point and a reference direction. A PolarCS shall have two axis associations.
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CS_SphericalCS
A three-dimensional coordinate system with one distance measured from the origin and two angular coordinates. Not to be confused with an ellipsoidal coordinate system based on an ellipsoid "degenerated" into a sphere. A SphericalCS shall have three axis associations.
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CS_UserDefinedCS
A two- or three-dimensional coordinate system that consists of any combination of coordinate axes not covered by any other Coordinate System type. An example is a multilinear coordinate system which contains one coordinate axis that may have any 1-D shape which has no intersections with itself. This non-straight axis is supplemented by one or two straight axes to complete a 2 or 3 dimensional coordinate system. The non-straight axis is typically incrementally straight or curved. A UserDefinedCS shall have two or three axis associations; the number of associations shall equal the dimension of the CS.
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CS_VerticalCS
A one-dimensional coordinate system used to record the heights or depths of points. Such a coordinate system is usually dependent on the Earth's gravity field. An exact definition is deliberately not provided as the complexities of the subject fall outside the scope of this document. A VerticalCS shall have one axis association.
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axisAbbrev
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axisDirection
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axisUnitID
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minimumValue
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maximumValue
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rangeMeaning
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affineCS
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cartesianCS
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cylindricalCS
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linearCS
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polarCS
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sphericalCS
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userDefinedCS
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ellipsoidalCS
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axis
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partOfSharedAggregation
coordinateSystem
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CS_AxisDirection
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CS_AxisDirection - ConceptScheme
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north
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northNorthEast
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northEast
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eastNorthEast
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east
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eastSouthEast
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southEast
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southSouthEast
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south
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southSouthWest
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southWest
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westSouthWest
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west
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westNorthWest
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northWest
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northNorthWest
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up
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down
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geocentricX
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geocentricY
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geocentricZ
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columnPositive
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columnNegative
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rowPositive
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rowNegative
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displayRight
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displayLeft
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displayUp
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displayDown
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CS_AxisDirection - Collection
CS_EngineeringCS
A coordinate system used by an Engineering CRS. It shall be one of affine coordinate system, Cartesian coordinate system, cylindrical coordinate system, linear coordinate system, polar coordinate system, spherical coordinate system or user-defined coordinate system.
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CS_GeodeticCS
A coordinate system used by a Geodetic CRS. It shall be one of Cartesian coordinate system, ellipsoidal coordinate system, or spherical coordinate system.
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CS_ImageCS
A coordinate system used by an Image CRS. It shall be one of affine coordinate system or Cartesian coordinate system.
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CS_RangeMeaning
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CS_RangeMeaning - ConceptScheme
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exact
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wraparound
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CS_RangeMeaning - Collection