Department of Infrastructure Engineering The Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructures & Land Administration

Towards a Spatially Enabled Society

Edited by: Associate Professor Abbas Rajabifard (2007)
   
Table of Contents
   
Foreword, Stig Enemark
Foreword, Peter Holland
Foreword, Ian Bishop
Preface, Abbas Rajabifard
   
Part 1 The Next Generation of Land Administration Systems to Support Sustainable Development
Chapter 1 Land Administration – the Next Generation, Peter Dale
Chapter 2 The Global Agenda: Towards Pro Poor Land Tenure Systems and Integrated Land-Use Management for Sustainable Development, Stig Enemark
Chapter 3 Good Governance – What Does It Mean for Surveyor’s Profession and Contributions?, Holger Magel and Silke Franke
Chapter 4 E-Government and e-Land administration in Order to Spatially Enable a Society, Paul Van Der Molen
Chapter 5 Institutional Renewal-Challenges and Opportunities, Don Grant
Chapter 6 Natural Resources Information - A Vital Component of the Next Generation of LAS to Support Sustainable Development, Brian G. Lees
Chapter 7 The Next Generation of LAS to Support Sustainable Development, Filling the ‘Holes in the Maps’ Tony Burns
Chapter 8 Reducing Urban Poverty through Pro Poor Approaches on Land Governance, Spatial Units and Land Registration, Clarissa Augustinus and Ulrik Westman
Chapter 9 Spatially Enabling Mortgage Markets in Australia, Jude Wallace
Chapter 10 Adverse Possession as Repair Mechanism: Recent Developments and Further Reflections, Malcolm McKenzie Park
Chapter 11 Land Administration and Sustainable Development: Informed for Engagement, Lisa Ting-Chan
Chapter 12 An Evaluation Framework for Land Administration Systems, Daniel Stuedler
Chapter 13 Next Generation of Land Administration Systems to Support Sustainable Development, Kate Dalrymple
Chapter 14 Brave New World: Innovative Tools for Spatially Enabling Land Administration, Rohan Bennett
Chapter 15 Spatially Enabling Societies by Shifting the Basic Building Block, Mohsen Kalantari
   
Part 2 SDI development to support a spatially enabled society
Chapter 16 Monitoring SDI Developments to Support a Spatially Enabled Society, Ian Masser
Chapter 17 SDI Design to Facilitate Spatially Enabled Society, Abbas Rajabifard
Chapter 18 SDI and the Revolution in Land Administration Policy, Jim Riddell
Chapter 19 Shared Land Information Platform – Spatially Enabling Western Australian Business and Citizens,D. Britton, M. Bradford and G. Searle
Chapter 20 Cultural Diversity and the GSDI Vision,Santiago Borrero
Chapter 21 SDI and Privacy: Conflicting Interests of the Spatially Enabled Society, Bastiaan van Loenen and Jitske de Jong
Chapter 22 SDI Management: a Framework to Guide Business Design, T O Chan
Chapter 23 Geographically Referenced Statistics within a SDI, Serryn Eagleson
Chapter 24 SDI Development to Support a Spatially Enabled Society, Jessica Davies
Chapter 25 Measuring and Modelling the Performance of SDI at the Sub-National Level – Some Research Challenges, Kevin McDougall
Chapter 26 Re-engineering SDI Development to Support a Spatially Enabled Society, Andrew Binns
Chapter 27 Spatial Data Integration: a Necessity for Spatially Enabling Government, Hossein Mohammadi
Chapter 28 Seamless SDI Model to Facilitate a Spatially Enabled Society, Sheelan Vaez
Chapter 29 The Role of Urban Planning and Local SDI Development in a Spatially Enabled Government, Faisal Qureishi
Chapter 30 Spatial Enablement Current Activities and Future Directions, Abbas Rajabifard, Jude Wallace and Andrew Binns
   
Part 3 Career of Prof Ian Williamson
  Historical Moments in Geomatics, Arnold Bregtand Joep Crompvoets
  Message from John McLaughlin
  Research Contribution of Professor Ian Williamson

 

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