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Published in AgroLife Scientific Journal, Volume 5, Number 2
Written by Tudor SĂLĂGEAN, Teodor RUSU, Andra PORUŢIU, Jutka DEAK, Raluca MANEA, Ana VÎRSTA, Mariana CĂLIN

Considering the development and computerization of cadastre in Europe and the importance they have land registers and real estate records in Romania, which is a member country of the European Union, and in the future will have to develop the information society and cadastre will be the main territorial database. This paper, regarding the informational system specific for real estate domain of Sărmaşu, Mureş County, is a step toward developing computerized urban and rural localities in Romania. Spatial data are taken from the cadastral plan of the city. Creating a database is to determine: the study area, the coordinate system used, the layers necessary for studying the elements (geographical objects) included in each layer, the attributes necessary for the description of each item type, the method of coding and organizing the attributes. The creation of the database was performed in three steps: i) identifying graphical objects and their attributes and organize layers; ii) defining attributes; iii) ensuring records coordinates between layers. The advantages of using a Geographic Information System over traditional methods are numerous: improving service quality, optimizing circuit information between organizations, producing interactive maps, the ability to produce standardized maps, avoiding duplicate data maintenance banks.

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