GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS, ALTERNATIVE FOR THE „SYSTEMATIC” INVENTORY OF LANDS USED AS GRASSLANDS PUBLISHEDC. POPESCU, Loredana COPĂCEAN, Luminiţa COJOCARIU firstname.lastname@example.org
The systematic inventory and registration of immobile assets may be considered as one of the most ample actions of systematization performed at national level, with very important economic, judicial and social implications. The complexity of this process involves the utilization of some work techniques and methods that would generate a high degree precision and accuracy, during each of its steps, since the errors that may occur by various reasons may exert negative repercussions on persons and on the institutions involved, as well. Starting from this issue, although used on large scale, the topographic techniques may be completed and/or replaced by the methods specific to Geographic Information Systems (GIS); due to their complexity, these are qualified for the utilization as alternative in the process of systematic registration of land (also known as „General cadastre” in practice). Thus, with the help of this study, we will emphasize the possibilities of utilization and the advantages of the partial or total „replacement” of the „topographic” methods with GIS methodologies and techniques. The study is carried out on land areas used as grasslands, in an administrative-territorial unit, and the results may represent starting points or support for other research themes. The utilization of GIS applications presents several advantages, the most important being: the possibility of association between graphic information with non-graphic data and information (descriptive data bases), the generation of high-accuracy graphic and cartographic representations, complex visualisation and analysis of maps, possibility of integration and utilization of spatial data from various sources and formats. The idea of systematic registration with GIS techniques is also supported by the fact that this work environment is applied in other specialty institutions and structures that provide spatial data, too; this would avoid the operations of conversion and completion of data bases, leading to a significant reduction of work time and staff, considering the huge data volume that is generated successive to the systematic registration of land.
systematization, innovation, comparison, representation, immobile asset.
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