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Correlation Analysis Between Casual and Outcome Factors for Developing Land Information System
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 Title & Authors
Correlation Analysis Between Casual and Outcome Factors for Developing Land Information System
Choe, Byong Nam; Jin, Heui Chae;
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 Abstract
This study aims to suggest key strategy for successful establishment of LIS (Land Information System). Survey questionnaires on casual and outcome factors for LIS establishment are distributed to the LIS users and developers. Analysis results show that user participation has statistically significant, positive effect on business efficiency, user satisfaction, data sharing and services. Government support and developer technical skill are appeared to be the two important factors for improving the business efficiency and user satisfaction of LIS. Based on such results, this study suggests different strategies for successful development and implementation of LIS, including the definition of users' role and their proactive participation, visionary guide and support by government, cooperative relationship based government support and user participation, sufficient technology for land informatization. This study contributes to systematic organization of situational factors of South Korea's LIS towards its achievements. The results of this study could also be utilized for strengthening global competitiveness of the domestic geospatial information firms, in particular in supporting the development of land information projects in developing countries.
 Keywords
LIS (Land Information System);Geospatial Information;successful factor;casual factor;outcome factor;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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토지정보화 방법론의 개발에 관한 연구,진희채;김은우;

지적과 국토정보, 2016. vol.46. 2, pp.155-168 crossref(new window)
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