Charakterystyka opracowywanych w ZETO-Lublin systemów informatycznych dla potrzeb zarządzania regionem i metody ich projektowania
Description of Computerized Systems Designed by Computer Techniques Centre in Lublin for Regional Administration Purposes and Methods of Their Designing
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The Computer Techniques Centro in Lublin (ZETO-LUDLIN) prepared in 1972 "Draft Project of Stato Computerized System for Regional Administration Purposos" in close co-operation with some research centres and a number of interested institutions and companies. Searching for the best concept the Nadler's method was finally chosen. Work on the above system was complemented by preparation of the land-recording subsystem "EKGRUN" designed by the same centre. This subsystem represents a separate element in the goodesic-cartographic information system "GEOKART" being designed now. It is an attempt at computerization of work on establishing and running a land cadastre making provisions for previously binding base contents and enriohod by a number of additional elements enhancing its utility values. This subsystem will be mainly used by local administration organs of all levels. The subsystem calls for application of the computer equipment of the ODRA 1300 series with tape recordings btit, taking into account the fact of systematic installation of RIAD equipment in computer centros work was started on redesigning the system to use RIÁD-32 computer in its disk version. Another subsystem being designed at present in the ZETO-Lublin encompasses "Soil Environment". It is worth noting here that the computer centre in Lublin observes the principle that all subsystems about "land-region" designed in the ZETO-Lublin must be coherent, that is they should allow for reciprooal transfer of information being indispensable for effective management. Search for methods and designing solutions regional systems or those co-operating within a given region will be continued until there are elaborated and become binding certain norms, prinoiples of cohesion, and until there is performed a proper division of subject scope for particular subsystems excluding a chance of repetition in collection of the same data.
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