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Upstream-Name: GeoTIFF
Upstream-Contact: GeoTIFF Developers
Source: https://download.osgeo.org/geotiff/
Comment: The csv directory is extracted from the geotiff tarball.
The non-free csv data is included in the libgeotiff-epsg package,
the rest is DFSG free and included in the libgeotiff-dfsg package.
Files: csv/*
Copyright: 1995, Niles D. Ritter
1999, Frank Warmerdam,
Comment: The EPSG Tables (from which the CSV files, and .inc files are derived)
carries the following license statement on use of the data, and is taken from
the EPSG website: http://www.epsg.org/TermsOfUse
License: EPSG
Revised 28 August 2007
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1. In this document the following definitions of terms apply:
* “Registry” means the EPSG Geodetic Parameter Registry;
* “EPSG Dataset” means EPSG Geodetic Parameter Dataset;
* “IOGP” means the International Association of Oil and Gas Producers,
incorporated in England as a company limited by guarantee (number
1832064);
* “EPSG Facilities” means the Registry, the EPSG Dataset (published
through the Registry or through a downloadable MS-Access file or
through a set of SQL scripts that enable a user to create an Oracle,
MySQL, PostgreSQL or other database and populate that database with
the EPSG Dataset) and associated documentation consisting of the
Release Notes and Guidance Notes 7.1 and 7.2
* “the data” means the geodetic parameter data and associated metadata,
contained in the EPSG Dataset; it also refers to any subset of data
from the EPSG Dataset.
2. The EPSG Facilities are published by IOGP at no charge. Distribution for
profit is forbidden.
3. The EPSG Facilities are owned by IOGP. They are compiled by the Geodetic
Subcommittee of the IOGP from publicly available and member-supplied
information.
4. In order to use the EPSG Facilities, you must agree to these Terms of Use.
You may not use the EPSG Facilities or any of them in whole or in part
unless you agree to these Terms of Use.
5. You can accept these Terms of Use by clicking the command button
‘Accept Terms’ upon registering as a new user. You will also be required
to accept any revised Terms of Use prior to using or downloading any EPSG
Facilities. You understand and agree that any use of the EPSG Facilities
or any of them, even if obtained without clicking acceptance, will be
acceptance of these Terms of Use.
6. The data may be used, copied and distributed subject to the following
conditions:
i. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the
information contained in the EPSG Facilities, neither the IOGP
nor any of its members past present or future warrants their
accuracy or will, regardless of its or their negligence, assume
liability for any foreseeable or unforeseeable use made thereof,
which liability is hereby excluded. Consequently, such use is at
your own risk. You are obliged to inform anyone to whom you
provide the EPSG Facilities of these Terms of Use.
ii. DATA AND INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE EPSG FACILITIES ARE PROVIDED
"AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND/OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
iii. The data may be included in any commercial package provided that
any commerciality is based on value added by the provider and not
on a value ascribed to the EPSG Dataset which is made available
at no charge.
iv. Ownership of the EPSG Dataset by IOGP must be acknowledged in any
publication or transmission (by whatever means) thereof
(including permitted modifications).
v. Subsets of information may be extracted from the dataset. Users
are advised that coordinate reference system and coordinate
transformation descriptions are incomplete unless all elements
detailed as essential in IOGP Surveying and Positioning Guidance
Note 7-1 annex F are included.
vi. Essential elements should preferably be reproduced as described
in the dataset. Modification of parameter values is permitted as
described in the table below to allow change to the content of the
information provided that numeric equivalence is achieved. Numeric
equivalence refers to the results of geodetic calculations in
which the parameters are used, for example (i) conversion of
ellipsoid defining parameters, or (ii) conversion of parameters
between one and two standard parallel projection methods, or
(iii) conversion of parameters between 7-parameter geocentric
transformation methods.
vii. No data that has been modified other than as permitted in these
Terms of Use shall be attributed to the EPSG Dataset.
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Table 1: permitted modifications of data
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As given in EPSG dataset Permitted change for vendors/users to adopt
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Change of ellipsoid defining parameters.
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1a Ellipsoid parameters a and b. a and 1/f ; a and f; a and e; a and e2.
1b Ellipsoid parameters a and 1/f. a and b; a and f; a and e; a and e2.
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Change of projection method
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2a Lambert Conic Conformal (1 SP) method Lambert Conic Conformal (2 SP) method
with projection parameters φO and kO. with projection parameters φ1 and φ2.
2b Lambert Conic Conformal (2 SP) method Lambert Conic Conformal (1 SP) method
with projection parametersφ1 and φ2. with projection parameters φO and kO.
3a Mercator (variant A) method with Mercator (variant B) method with
projection parameters φO and kO. projection parameter φ1.
3b Mercator (variant B) method with Mercator (variant A) method with
projection parameter φ1. projection parameters φO and kO.
4a Hotine Oblique Mercator (variant A) Hotine Oblique Mercator (variant B)
method with projection parameters method with projection parameters
FE and FN. EC and NC.
4b Hotine Oblique Mercator (variant B) Hotine Oblique Mercator (variant A)
method with projection parameters method with projection parameters
EC and NC. FE and FN.
5a Polar Stereographic (Variant A) method Polar Stereographic (Variant B) method
with projection parameters φO and kO. with projection parameter φF.
5b Polar Stereographic (Variant B) method Polar Stereographic (Variant A) method
with projection parameter φF. with projection parameters φO and kO.
5c Polar Stereographic (Variant A) method Polar Stereographic (Variant C) method
with projection parameters with projection parameters
φO, kO, FE and FN. φF, EF and NF.
5d Polar Stereographic (Variant C) method Polar Stereographic (Variant A) method
with projection parameters with projection parameters
φF, EF and NF. φO, kO, FE and FN.
5e Polar Stereographic (Variant B) method Polar Stereographic (Variant C) method
with projection parameter FE and FN. with projection parameters EF and NF.
5f Polar Stereographic (Variant C) method Polar Stereographic (Variant B) method
with projection parameters EF and NF. with projection parameter FE and FN.
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Change of transformation method
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6a Position Vector 7-parameter Coordinate Frame transformation method
transformation method parameters with signs of position vector parameters
RX RY and RZ. RX RY and RZ reversed.
6b Coordinate Frame transformation method Position Vector 7-parameter transformation method
parameters RX RY and RZ. with signs of coordinate frame parameters
RX RY and RZ reversed.
7 Concatenated transformation using Equivalent single geocentric transformation
geocentric methods (Geocentric in which for each parameter the parameter values
translations, Position Vector 7-parameter of the component steps have been summed.
transformation, Coordinate Frame
rotation).
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Change of units
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8 NTv2 method grid file filename. NTv2 method grid file relative storage path
with file name including removal (if necessary)
of “special characters” [spaces, parentheses,
etc] which are replaced by underscore characters.
9 Parameter value. Convert unit to another, for example from
microradian to arc-second, using conversion
factors obtained from the EPSG dataset Unit
table.
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