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How to quickly detect the overlap and the consistency between LADM with LandInfra and LandXML

@inproceedings{Pouliot2019HowTQ,
  title={How to quickly detect the overlap and the consistency between LADM with LandInfra and LandXML},
  author={Jacynthe Pouliot and C. Monney and Jens Ingensand and Suzie Larriv{\'e}e},
  year={2019}
}
In this paper, we explore the schema matching techniques to compare the content of three geospatial standards which are LADM, LandInfra (InfraGML) and LandXML. Those standards all refer to the concept of “land” and we will try to quantify the similarity of them based on syntax and semantic comparison of the class names exposed in their respective schema. Consequently, we will demonstrate the applicability, the accuracy and the usefulness (rapidity and automation) of schema matching techniques… 

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