Geography Markup Language (GML) provides the basis for domain- or community-specific "application schemas", which in turn support data interoperability within a community of interest. Application schemas are normally designed using ISO 19103(Geographic information -- Conceptual schema language) conformant UML, and then the GML Application created by following the rules given in Annex E of ISO 19136.

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  • Geography Markup Language (GML) provides the basis for domain- or community-specific "application schemas", which in turn support data interoperability within a community of interest. Application schemas are normally designed using ISO 19103(Geographic information -- Conceptual schema language) conformant UML, and then the GML Application created by following the rules given in Annex E of ISO 19136. (en)
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  • Geography Markup Language (GML) provides the basis for domain- or community-specific "application schemas", which in turn support data interoperability within a community of interest. Application schemas are normally designed using ISO 19103(Geographic information -- Conceptual schema language) conformant UML, and then the GML Application created by following the rules given in Annex E of ISO 19136. (en)
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  • GML application schema (en)
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