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The 3rd ISPRS Workshop on Dynamic and Multi-Dimensional GIS & the 10th Annual Conference of CPGIS on Geoinformatics
Chen, Jun

ISPRS, Vol.34, Part 2W2, “Dynamic and Multi-Dimensional GIS", Bangkok, May 23-25, 2001
listed as below.
• Management and application of the large amount of
geo-spatial data and the spatial databases in LMIS;
• Design and implementation of Web-based LMISs on
Intranet/Internet for provincial and local governments
in China.
• Research of the methods of the update, application,
integration and distrbution of geospatial data in LMIS.
• Study of the criteria, classification and coding,
metadata and management of data/information in
We solve these problems by use of spatial DBMS such as
Oracle 8i, Informix, Web GIS and Intranet/Internet technologies.
In addition, the institutional and systematic peculiarities of land
management in China should also be deeply studied.
As mentioned above, LMISs in China have four levels. They
are national, provincial, city and county level LMIS. Up to date
there are no national even provincial LMISs developed in China,
although they have been put into the agenda. Considering from
the investment, technologies and time frame, it is very difficult to
build a complete LMIS suitable for land management at national
or provincial level at present. It is more reasonable and
appropriate, instead, to develop LMIS at local/regional (city
and/or county) level and then progress to provincial level. And if
carefully organized, a provincial-level LMIS could be the basis
for a national LMIS plan and implementation. Several years ago
we did a project trying to develop a cadastral management and
land registration information system, named CMLRIS, which
was implemented and widely applied to the bureaus of land
management of counties and cities in Yunnan and other
provinces in China. At present we are upgrading this system to
a true LMIS to county and city level. The outlines of the LMIS we
designed and are implementing can be shown in Figurel and
Figure 2.
Figure 1: The LMIS at state level