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authors Stoter, Jantien E. and Ploeger, Hendrik D.
year 2002
title Multiple Use of Space: Current Practice of Registration and Development of a 3D Cadastre
source UMDS '02 Proceedings, Prague (Czech Republic) 2-4 October 2002, I.1-I.16
summary A cadastral registration system provides insight in rights and limited rights related to (2D) parcels. In case of multiple use of space, the 2D parcel has shown its limitations. To illustrate this we describe two cases in this paper. At our Department a research is carried out in collaboration with the Netherlands’ Kadaster to study the 3D issue of cadastral registration in a fundamental way. During this research a prototype of a 3D cadastre is being developed, in which rights established on 2D parcels can be represented in 3D (3D right-objects). We give a description of this prototype and demonstrate that the introduction of 3D right-objects improves the insight in the vertical component of rights considerably by applying this concept to the described cases. Future research will focus on defining the 3D right-objects more precisely in 2D and 3D (geometrically as well as topologically) and on the registration of 3D physical objects (objects as they occur in the real world). The last will require more drastic adjustments in the current cadastral registration system.
keywords 3D City modeling
series other
email j.e.stoter@citg.tudelft.nl
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