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The creation of geometrical plan on the boundary of two cadastral areas with a digitized cadastral map.  [PDF]
Alena Berková,Ji?í Bure?
Acta Montanistica Slovaca , 2005,
Abstract: After reconstruction of communication passing through two cadastral areas, geometrical plans were made for the property dividing for each areas independently. The cadastral boundary is a water flow. The digitized cadastral maps of the former cadastre in the Cassini - soldner datum in the scale 1:2880, (the coordinate system St. Stephan), were used. The contact of drafting on the cadastral boundary was not adjusted. The changed boundary and reference points were surveyed in the field in the datum JTSK. The surveyed data were transformed into digitized maps separately for each cadastral area. The unadjusted cadastral boundary, many calculations and also the lack of reference points casued main difficulties. These problems are solved by digitized cadastral maps in datum JTSK with adjusted cadastral boundaries.
Digitized cadastral map from a point of view of compiler of geometric plan  [PDF]
Alena Berková
Acta Montanistica Slovaca , 2007,
Abstract: The digitized cadastral map (KM-D) comes up during a renewal of cadatral documents without new mapping using convertion of current cadastral map in digital form in given form and data structure. This method is used in areas with the map scale 1:2880. These map cover approx. 70 % of the Czech Republic. The files of raster images of cadastral maps and former land evidences are the ground for convertion. In the present time we attend from older coordinates system of cadastre to the system S-JTSK. The insular maps are converted into a continuos projection. The used method is based on elimination of a map deformation using the bicubic Coonson patch transformation, adjustment of cadastral district boundry and transformation. The paper deals with experience with compilation of the geometrical plans.
Lex et Scientia , 2011,
Abstract: The traditional problem posed by the organization of public administration is to determine whether the activities that offer it content are going to be entrusted to one and the same administration – the State’s one – or are they going to be distributed to several components, having their own authority and territorial dispersion. Without denying the unity of Romanian public administration, we are going to notice that we are facing in front of an administration built in such a manner to ensure two main categories of interest: the national interest and the local ones. In the field literature we find the opinion of two subsystems of the public administration: the national subsystem and the local subsystem. Both public administrations have a common territorial support, even if it has different significations as the one of administrative circumscription in the national subsystem and the other one of collectivity in the local subsystem The reorganization of the Romanian public administration must be grounded on the consecrated scientific significance of the terms employed, the present study aiming to be a contribution to this process of clarification.
Development disparities in the administrative-territorial units in Romania
Marinic? DOBRIN,Antonio TACHE,Alexandru-Ionu? PETRI?OR
Revista Roman? de Statistic? , 2010,
Abstract: The paper summarizes methods, data and information used for theresearch project “OpenGIS system informational for monitoring the impact of spatial planning policies – GISTEREG”. The problems proposed for resolution refer to the current planning issues of the national territory, involving:(a) developing advanced techniques and instruments for the spatial planning of national, urban and rural areas in order to strengthen the administrative capacity of accessing structural and cohesion funds(b) utilize information technology for monitoring the level of development in Romanian spatial planning according to the development guidelines of the European Union, established through Lisbon and Gothenburg strategies. Consequently, a set of proposed indices specific to regional development accounted for the administrative units and regions were transposed in a geographic information system. Using mathematical evaluation and prognosis models (ELECTRE ranking method) “hierarchies” were established for groups of territorial indicators, displayed in charts and maps underlining the socioeconomic development disparities among different regions of Romania.
Tatiana P. Khlynina
History and Historians in the Context of the Time , 2011,
Abstract: The article deals with Adygs integration into Soviet administrative-territorial space, considers state national construction process and its con-sequences for different groups of Adygs – Kabardians, Adygeis, Circassians and Shapsygs.
The Territorial Issue in Cyprus According to the Ghali Plan
Soyalp Tam?elik
Journal of Gazi Academic View , 2012,
Abstract: In this research, the essentials concerning the territorial negotiations in Cyprus have been addressed according to the Ghali Plan. Based on this, the main purpose of this research is to display the technical dimension of the above-mentioned negotiations, the political approaches of the parties, the economic features, and the possible effects of the negotiations according to the new system wanted to be established in Cyprus. Actually, the works conducted regarding territorial adjustments in Cyprus could be understood by correctly examining the reasons of events and the factors affecting these, because considering the territorial negotiations developed between the sides simply as ‘expansionism’ or ‘territorial fetishism’ is a great mistake. Therefore, making territorial adjustments between the sides draws attention as one of the most important parts of the solution considered. Moreover, the issue of territory stands out as one of the main criteria in the meetings held over Cyprus, because breaking off the connection of the issue with other factors or displaying it as if ‘this is the only issue’ during the adjustments to be made is not a correct approach. If an opposite situation develops, it will not be possible to meet the parties’ legal requirements, expectations and worries. Therefore, in order for both sides to achieve a permanent solution, making mutual and balanced concessions to each other seems as the most realistic approach. Based on this, the research consists of two main sections. The first section deals with the essentials of the territorial negotiations according to the Ghali Plan, while the second and final section examines the negotiations conducted on the territorial adjustments.
Iz znanosti in stroke prilagoditev zemlji kokatstrskega prikaza pri izdelavi geodetskega na rta ; Land cadastral representation adjustment when making land survey plan
Miran Brumec,Janez Kole?a
Geodetski Vestnik , 2011,
Abstract: Geodetske na rte izdelujemo v dr avnem koordinatnem sistemu. Ker je zemlji kokatastrski prikaz za ve ino dr ave izdelan iz katastrskih na rtov grafi ne izmere, je treba pri izdelovanju geodetskega na rta s to vsebino izrez zemlji kokatastrskega prikaza prilagoditi, da je zemlji kokatastrska vsebina v dr avnem koordinatnem sistemu. Podlaga za prilagoditev so katastrski na rti, zbirka listin, zemlji kokatastrske to ke, izmera mejnih to k, ortofoto, kontrola podatkov in ustrezen model transformacije. V kakovostno izdelanem geodetskem na rtu z zemlji kokatastrskim prikazom je prikaz usklajen s topografsko vsebino, zadnjimi vpisanimi podatki zemlji kega katastra in podatki iz zbirke listin. Po sedanjih pravilih stroke je vsaka prilagoditev izreza zemlji kokatastrskega prikaza enkratni neponovljiv izdelek, saj se informacije o podlagi za prilagoditev praviloma ne hranijo. Obstaja velika verjetnost, da neodvisno izdelana geodetska na rta istega obmo ja nimata skladnega zemlji kokatastrskega prikaza. Izreze zemlji kokatastrskega prikaza, ki so bili prilagojeni pri izdelavi geodetskih na rtov, bi bilo smiselno uporabiti kot enega od virov za polo ajno izbolj anje zemlji kokatastrskega prikaza ; Surveying plans are made in the national coordinate system. Land cadastral representation is based on cadastral plans of graphical measurements for the most of the country. Therefore, when a land survey plan with the land cadastre content is made, it is necessary to adjust the cutting area of the surveying plan to the national coordinate system in order to archive optimal adjustment of the land cadastral content inside national coordinate system. The foundation for the adjustment are cadastral plans, a collection of documents, land cadastre points, boundary points of measurement, orthophotos, data controls and the corresponding model of transformation. A high quality constructed land survey plan with land cadastral content is also harmonized with the topographical contents. Furthermore, the land survey plan contains the most recent recorded data of the land cadastre and data from the document collection. Applicable professional standards in the surveying branch require that every adjustment of the cutting area in the surveying plan be unique, because storing the information that serves as the basis for adjustments is not typically done. There is a strong likelihood that two land survey plans of the same area do not have a coherent land cadastre representation.
Munteanu Nicolae-Eugen
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2011,
Abstract: It is very important to be found methods to increase the competitiveness between the Romanian administrative-territorial units, under the current conditions of the economic crisis, by means of the existing economic levers successfully used within the European Union regions. The development regions of Romania do not have the statute of administrative units, but they represent territorial units large enough to constitute a good basis for the elaboration and implementation of regional development strategies, allowing an efficient use of the financial and human resources. The scope for which these development regions were created had in view the support granted for the larger communities in their action to settle the problems which go beyond the administrative borders and which surpass the financial possibilities of one county. In Romania, the communes, towns, municipalities and counties are defined as administrative-territorial units within which the local autonomy is exercised and the authorities of the local public administration are organized and operate. The local, communal, town, municipality and county councils, as deliberative authorities, and also the mayors and the presidents of county councils as executive authorities have the duties to solve the public matters of the community, acting as authorities of the Romanian public administration. In Romania, the local autonomy is only administrative and financial, having as objective the organization, operation, competencies and tasks, and also the management of the inland resources. The principle of the local financial autonomy implies the fact that the administrative-territorial units have the right to financial resources, which can be used by the authorities of the local public administration when exercising their tasks. According to the Law of the local public finances, the local budget incomes could be made also of the non-reimbursable funds granted by the European Union. Based on the elaborated and assumed strategies of local development, and also on the experience gained by the administrative-territorial units in accessing the governmental funds and the pre-accession programs, the authorities of the local public administration from the West Development Region knew how to successfully access the non-reimbursable financing opportunities granted through the Regional Operational Programme 2007 - 2013. The status analysis of the implementation of the projects submitted by the administrative-territorial units from the West Development Region and financed through the Regional Operational Programme 2007 -
Digital Cadastral Maps in Land Information Systems
Piotr Cichocinski
Liber Quarterly : The Journal of European Research Libraries , 1999,
Abstract: This paper presents the problem of cadastral maps. The hitherto existing cadastre, consisting of paper maps and land registers, is now becoming insufficient. Its shortcomings force developments leading to its improvement. One of the ways is the creation of a Land Information System. A digital cadastral map is the main component of this system. The structure and information content of the map is presented, its differences from analogue maps are shown, and the process of map creation is described. A digital cadastral map can be the basis for additional thematic layers, successively converting it into a complex system for management of administrative units. Some examples of such layers and their usage are presented here.
Regions in Romania: Purpose and Territorial Realities
Romanian Review of Regional Studies , 2005,
Abstract: Regionalisation as a process and regions as territorial entities reappeared in the political, economic, administrative, and scientific discourse. In Romania, even since the Middle Ages, there have been regional type entities called “ ri”/ “countries.” They covered areas of approximately 400 km2. These regions have remained as such until nowadays and therefore, they are irrefutable territorial proofs of the continuity of the Romanian people in the area. The territorial and administrative divisions that appeared later were the result of the effort to keep pace with the necessity to modernize the society and with the consequences of different historical events. The present eight development regions in Romania try to emulate the territorial realities that had occurred earlier in Western Europe. The Romanian regions emerged from the need to fit the statistical requirements of the rank 2 NUTS regions, but they are not functional.The same thing is true about Euroregions, which, in fact, have a rather cartographic functionality, the normal territorial relationships being obstructed by the frontier effect. This effect has increased lately because visas have again become compulsory for some of the would-be partners in the co-operation on which the construction of these regions relies.
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