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Yu, Changbin (author), Li, Lin (author), Ying, Shen (author), He, Biao (author), Zhao, Zhigang (author), Wan, Yuan (author)
When the land use pattern changes from an extensive way to an intensive way, the development of 3D land-use has become reality. Due to the vertical heterogeneity of property rights, establishment of 3D cadastre is imperative. Meanwhile, registration and certification of the property rights have become important approaches to serve public and...
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Stoter, Jantien (author), van Oosterom, Peter (author), Ploeger, Hendrik (author)
After more than a decade of 3D cadastre research in the Netherlands, including detailed analysis of various complex 3D right configurations and development of several prototypes, the Dutch Kadaster is implementing a 3D cadastre solution. Earlier research showed that the registration and publication of rights on multi-level property is possible...
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Paulsson, Jenny (author)
The aim of the paper is to present the Swedish types of 3D property, how they are designed and related to each other, and to make a comparison with other types of 3D property that can be found internationally. The Swedish 3D property system is presented and compared with the international standard types of 3D property. In this comparison...
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Navratil, Gerhard (author)
3D cadastres as currently designed aim at providing information on private rights (ownership, easements, etc.). However, from an economic perspective, public-law restrictions are at least equally important because they might restrict different kinds of use on the land. This has a dramatic impact on the value of the land. Since land value is...
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Abdul Rahman, Alias (author), van Oosterom, Peter (author), Chee Hua, Teng (author), Sharkawi, Khairul Hafiz (author), Duncan, Edward Eric (author), Azri, Norsuhaibah (author), Hassan, Muhammad Imzan (author)
Three-dimensional (3D) modelling of cadastral objects (such as legal spaces around buildings, around utility networks and other spaces) is one of the important aspects for a multipurpose cadastre (MPC). This paper describes the 3D modelling of the objects for MPC and its usage to the knowledge of 3D cadastre since more and more related agencies...
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Sapelnikov, Sergey (author), Vandysheva, Natalia (author), Pakhomov, Sergey (author), van Oosterom, Peter (author), de Vries, Marian (author), Stoter, Jantien (author), Ploeger, Hendrik (author), Spiering, Boudewijn (author), Wouters, Rik (author), Hoogeveen, Andreas (author), Penkov, Veliko (author)
This paper presents results of the Russian-Dutch project on 3D cadastre modelling in the Russian Federation. The purpose of the project was to assess added value of a 3D cadastre for better registration and recording of (rights regarding) multilevel complex buildings and constructions, and subsurface networks such as gas pipelines. The project...
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Guo, Renzhong (author), Luo, Ping (author), Jiang, Renrong (author), Wang, Weixi (author)
Focusing on the recent management problem of 3D land utilization in the administrative procedure in China, this paper firstly elaborates the basic characteristics of land ownership and management in China, and then introduces the main concepts and steps in the current urban land management procedure, and reveals the deficiency in supporting 3D...
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Soon, Kea (author)
The Land Survey Division of Singapore Land Authority (SLA) has recently embarked on LandXML to replace the existing in-house cadastral submission format for cadastral job processing. The rationale of adopting LandXML is to support automated job processing for cadastral job submissions from registered surveyors. LandXML is capable of capturing...
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Wang, Chen (author), Pouliot, Jacynthe (author), Hubert, Frédéric (author)
This paper proposes to investigate which among visual variables are more appropriate (if they are) for geo-visualization of 3D legal units in a probable 3D cadastre system. Visual variables, as proposed by Bertin (1983), include position, size, shape, value, color, orientation and texture. The appropriateness is evaluated base on whether a...
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Chiang, Hun-Chin (author)
Real estate follows a registration system in Taiwan. Property rights guarantee protection once registered. Currently land registration is enforced by the government; while constructional improvement registration is submitted on owner’s request. In the metropolitan areas, a majority of owners have applied improvement registrations in order to...
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Dimopoulou, Efi (author), Elia, Elikkos (author)
This paper aims to identify and evaluate the constraints imposed by the legal framework both in Greece and Cyprus that prohibit the extensive development and application of 3D Cadastres. Property laws and customary rights in both countries present several similarities; e.g. co-ownership in shares as the result of the existing inheritance system,...
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Guo, Renzhong (author), Yu, Changbin (author), He, Biao (author), Zhao, Zhigang (author), Li, Lin (author), Ying, Shen (author)
The establishment of 3D cadastre is imperative and needs support from legal, organizational and technological aspects. In Shenzhen, China, establishment of 3D cadastre has achievedgreat progress. The joint register mechanism was employedfirstly in Shenzhen, and related research is going on, including definitions, visualization and topological...
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Zhao, Zhigang (author), Guo, Renzhong (author), Li, Lin (author), Ying, Shen (author)
With the accelerated urbanization process, the trend of three-dimensional land use makes the traditional model of 2D cadastral management encounter challenges, because of insufficiency to express in 3D. Therefore, the 3D cadastre and related concepts have been proposed. The breadth and depth of its research are gradually broadened and refined....
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Erba, Diego Alfonso (author), Piumetto, Mario Andrés (author)
Latin America is a diverse region, where social and legal inequities can be seen in many ways. The region is very rich in natural resources, such as minerals, water, forests and productive land; however, its distribution and access are limited and uneven. The concentration of property and resources, as well as the high value of the urban land,...
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Ying, Shen (author), Guo, Renzhong (author), Li, Lin (author), He, Biao (author)
Rapid development has promoted the 3D land use in the urban environment with the increasing requirements of the complex interweaving, such as dwellings, commercial areas, public transportation and urban utilities and infrastructure.3D cadastral object are features which concern unban planning, land resource and real estate of municipalities,...
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Thompson, Rodney James (author), van Oosterom, Peter (author)
The Land Administration Domain Model (ISO 19152) (ISO-TC211 2012) defines a specific geometry form which allows the clean and simple mixing of 3D cadastral objects such as volumetric parcels with the more common 2D parcels. It does this by introducing a concept of boundary surfaces, known as “face strings”. The unbounded nature in the vertical...
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Tomić, Hrvoje (author), Roić, Miodrag (author), Mastelić Ivić, Siniša (author)
An assessment of real estate value is a prediction of its value based on experience, and taking into consideration its spatial, physical, legal and economic factors. Location has great influence on value because the real estate is being significantly determined by its spatial properties. In the urban areas, correlation between the value of real...
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Khoo, Victor H.S. (author)
Singapore Land Authority (SLA) is the government agency responsible for the cadastral survey and property title registration in Singapore. We have implemented the SVY21 cadastral survey system which adopted the “Coordinated Cadastre” concept in 2004. In 2005, Electronic Submission of cadastral survey jobs and paperless job processing was...
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Ho, Serene (author), Rajabifard, Abbas (author)
Urbanisation presents myriad challenges for countries, primarily by increasing pressure on limited land resources through demands for housing, services and infrastructure. This is exacerbated in city centres, where land values are often highest, resulting in acute needs to effectively manage land resources while capitalising on land and property...
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Jeong, Dong-Hoon (author), Jang, Bong-Bae (author), Lee, Ji-Yeong (author), Hong, So-Il (author), van Oosterom, Peter (author), de Zeeuw, Kees (author), Stoter, Jantien (author), Lemmen, Christiaan (author), Zevenbergen, Jaap (author)
Korea and The Netherlands have started a 3 year cooperation covering joint research, capacity building and international advisory in the domain of cadastre and land administration with a special focus on 3D developments. At the Korean side the Korea Cadastral Survey Corporation and the University of Seoul are involved, while at the Netherlands...
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