Land parcel identifiers for information systems

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American Bar Foundation, Apr 1, 1973 - Business & Economics - 591 pages
Elaborates a single compatible land parcel & point identifier system that can facilitate the collection, storage, manipulation & retrieval of all land-related data. Details defects of various systems in use in the United States. Outlines steps for implementation of the system. Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Land Tide Recording System
11
Identifier Functions for LandUse and Other Related Data
31
Criteria for a Compatible Parcel Identifier
51
Parcel Identifier Systems
65
Evaluation of Parcel Identifier Systems
91
Recommendation of a Compatible Land Parcel Identifier
105
Papers of the Conference on Land Identifiersthe Problems
1-1
The Contribution of Geodetic Control to Better Land Identifiers Captain
1-75
Benefits Accruing from an Improved Land Records System Dr Everett
1-99
Fairfax County MapsTheir Origin and Cost John C Lay 1129
1-129
The Use of the DIME System for Identification of Places and Description
1-149
Development of a Geographic Index System Eric S Hanssen
1-177
New Approaches W L Bathke
1-191
The Common Denominator Tom A Saunders 1213
1-213
Copyright

Needs and Costs
1-33

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