Department of Infrastructure Engineering The Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructures & Land Administration

A Multi-View Framework to Assess Spatial Data Infrastructures

Edited by:
Joep Crompvoets, Abbas Rajabifard, Bastiaan van Loenen, Tatiana Delgado Fernández
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Table of contents
Acknowledgments
Contents
Contributors
Forewords
Introduction
Notes on Editors
   
PART ONE - Theoretical Background and Framework to Assess SDIs
Chapter 1 Spatial Data Infrastructure for a Spatially Enabled Government and Society.
Chapter 2 The multi-faceted nature of SDIs and their assessment - dealing with dilemmas.
Chapter 3 SDI for public governance - implications for evaluation research.
Chapter 4 SDI evaluation and budgeting processes: linkages and lessons.
Chapter 5 Theoretical introduction to the Multi-view Framework to assess SDIs.
   
PART TWO Approaches to Assess SDIs
Chapter 6 The Spatial Data Infrastructure Readiness model and its
worldwide application
Chapter 7 Clearinghouse suitability index
Chapter 8 INSPIRE State of Play: Generic approach to assess the status of NSDIs
Chapter 9 Assessment of Spatial Data Infrastructures From an Organisational Perspective
Chapter 10 Evaluation and Performance Indicators to Assess Spatial Data Infrastructure Initiatives
Chapter 11 A Framework for Designing Performance Indicators for Spatial Data Infrastructure Assessment
Chapter 12 Assessing the organisational aspects of SDI:metaphors matter
Chapter 13 A legal approach to assessing Spatial DataInfrastructures.
Chapter 14 SDI Effectiveness from the User Perspective
   
PART THREE SDI-Assessment in Practice
Chapter 15 Towards key variables to assess National Spatial Data Infrastructures (NSDIs) in developing countries
Chapter 16 INSPIRE Directive: Specific requirements to monitor its implementation
Chapter 17 Changing demands for Spatial Data Infrastructure assessment: experience from The Netherlands
Chapter 18 Applying the Multi-view Spatial Data Infrastructure Assessment Framework in several American countries and The Netherlands
   
PART FOUR Future View to SDI Assessment
Chapter 19 Future directions for Spatial Data Infrastructure Assessment
   
Authorts’ Short Biography

 

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