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Hogan, Richard

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Works: 3 works in 7 publications in 1 language and 205 library holdings
Genres: History 
Classifications: G70.212, 307.12160979498
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Most widely held works by Richard Hogan
The failure of planning : permitting sprawl in San Diego suburbs, 1970-1999 by Richard Hogan ( Book )
5 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 203 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"Law and order" in Colorado, 1858-1888 by Richard Hogan ( Book )
1 edition published in 1983 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Violent class conflict, as the frontier industries are capitalized and the Carnival no longer defends the economic control of the productive classes. The strategies for effecting and defending local governance are described and explained in terms of the economic basis for establishing local authority and the political consequences of adopting Carnival and Caucus
Spatial database transfer standards 2 characteristics for assessing standards and full descriptions of the national and international standards in the world by Harold Moellering ( Book )
1 edition published in 1997 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This book represents five and a half years of work by the ICA Commission on Standards for the Transfer of Spatial Data during the 1991- 95 ICA cycle. The effort began with the Commission working to develop a set of scientific characteristics by which every kind of spatial data transfer standard could be understood and assessed. This implies that every facet of the transfer process must be understood so that the scientific characteristics could be most efficiently specified. The members of the Commission spent hours looking at their own standard and many others, to ascertain how to specify most effectively the characteristic or subcharacteristic in question. The result is a set of internationally agreed scientific characteristics with 13 broad primary level classes of characteristics, 85 secondary characteristics, and about 220 tertiary characteristics that recognizes almost every possible capability that a spatial data transfer standard might have. It is recognized that no one standard possesses all of these characteristics, but contains a subset of these characteristics. However, these characteristics have been specified in such a way to facilitate understanding of individual standards, and use by interested parties of making comparisons for their own purposes. Although individual applications of a standard may be for different purposes, this set of characteristics provides a uniform measure by which the various standards may be assessed. The book presents an Introduction and four general chapters that describe the spatial data transfer standards activities happening in Europe, North America, Asia/Pacific, and the ISO community. This provides the context so the reader can more easily understand the scientific and technical framework from which a particular standard has come. The third section is a complete listing of all of the three levels of characteristics and their meaning by the inclusion of a set of definitions for terms used in the book. The fourth section, and by far the largest, contains 22 chapters that assess each of the major national and international spatial data transfer standards in the world in terms of all three levels of characteristics. Each assessment has been done by a Commission member who has been an active participant in the development of the standard being assessed in the native language of that standard. A cross-table chart is also provided
 
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