Journal article

A structured framework for 3D cadastral data validation − a case study for Victoria, Australia

Ali Asghari, Mohsen Kalantari, Abbas Rajabifard

Land Use Policy: the international journal covering all aspects of land use | Elsevier BV | Published : 2020

Abstract

There are a wide variety of cadastral objects, ranging from simple 2D entities such as a land parcel, to complex 3D objects such as multistory/multi-owned buildings. The complex infrastructures development happening above and below the ground complicates the processes required for defining rights, restrictions and responsibilities in 3D (3D RRRs). Even in the current, predominantly, 3D analogue cadastral system which relies on 2D drawings and representations, defining 3D RRRs is still a complicated task. With the widespread use of 3D geospatial information technologies, it is increasingly becoming easy to realise and interpret a 3D digital cadastre system. As part of the process of transitio..

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Grants

Awarded by Australian Research Council


Funding Acknowledgements

This research was supported by Australian Research Council (ARC) [grant number LP160100292]. The authors acknowledge the support of project partners: Land Use Victoria, Intergovernmental Committee on Surveying and Mapping (ICSM) and City of Melbourne. The first author would also like to extend his thanks to Dr. Behnam Atazadeh, Mr. Brian Marwick and Mr. Anthony Campbell, who offered their time and support throughout this research. The authors emphasise that the views expressed in this article are the authors' alone.