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STedi : une infrastructure logicielle pour renforcer la qualité des données territoriales statistiques

Abstract : Spatial information must now meet standards to ensure data systems interoperability. While ISO standards, recommended by the INSPIRE directive in force, are adapted to environmental data, still many adjustments are necessary to adapt standards to territorial statistical data. Therefore, the INSPIRE data model is extended as part of the " ESPON Database 2013 " project. This article presents the " STedi " software infrastructure and its components based on the INSPIRE extended model proposed. This operational infrastructure enables the management of a data flow as a whole: from the provider to the user, from the acquisition to the retrieval of data and metadata. The infrastructure provides the oversight of data and metadata collected through software components such as the " Checking tool " , which is in charge of datasets quality process organisation. The modular infrastructure is compliant with standards and is transposable to multiple domains. MOTS-CLES : INSPIRE, modèle de données, qualité des données, infrastructure logicielle.
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Camille Bernard, Benoit Le Rubrus, Marlène Villanova-Oliver, Jérôme Gensel, Ronan Ysebaert, et al.. STedi : une infrastructure logicielle pour renforcer la qualité des données territoriales statistiques. SAGEO Spatial Analysis and GEOmatics, Nov 2014, Grenoble, France. ⟨hal-01232153⟩



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