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1 False Easting

A value applied to the origin of a coordinate system to change the x-coordinate readings.

2 False Northing

A value applied to the origin of a coordinate system to change the y-coordinate readings.

3 Feature

A feature is a cartographic point, line or polygon object with a spatial location in the real-world landscape that can be used in a GIS for storage, visualization and analysis.

4 Feature

Abstraction of real world phenomena

5 Feature Catalogue

Catalogue containing definitions and descriptions of the feature types, feature attributes, and feature associations occurring in one or more sets of geographic data, together with any feature operations that may be applied.

6 Feature class

The type of feature represented in a coverage. Coverage feature classes include arcs, nodes, label points, polygons, tics, annotation, links, boundaries, routes, and sections.

7 Feature Domain Model

The definition (typing framework and properties) of a domain-specific application schema for a well-known class of geospatial features, in vector form (i.e., points, lines and polygons). For example: Transportation, Hydrographic, Electric Utility, etc.

8 Federated Database

Separate databases that are structured, perhaps with middleware or special database access software, in such a way that they can be queried as a single database.

9 Field

In a database, another term for column.

10 Field (Attribute Table)

[data structure] An attribute field (or item) are characteristics used to describe each feature in a geographic data set usually viewed as columns in a table.

11 Final Title

The final title is only issued after a final survey of the area has been carried out by the government. The land area stated in the qualified title (hakmilik sementara) is usually the provisional area and may differ slightly after a final survey has been carried out. The qualified title issued before a final title is issued.

12 Format

The way in which data are systematically arranged for storage in a computer and for transmission between computers, or between a computer and a device. Standard format systems are used for many purposes.

13 Framework

Basic geographic data incorporating the most common data themes that geographic data users need, as well as an environment to support the development and use of those data.

14 Fundamental Data

A dataset for which several government agencies, regional groups and/or industry groups require a comparable national coverage in order to achieve their corporate objectives and responsibilities.