The first issue, No. 1
The first issue, No. 1 (2019)
The first page (No. 1, 2019)
Scientic Board, Content
A comparative anaLysis of real estate property markets in the cities of Cieszyn and Český Těšín
The article presents a comparative analysis of real estate markets in the cities of Cieszyn and Český Těšín. For almost 100 years these two cities have been divided by interstate borders, currently between Poland and the Czech Republic. Previously, they constituted one city. Due to the difficulties in obtaining transactional data from Český Těšín, the analysis was carried out for real estate properties offered on the market. The research covered real estate developed with singlefamily houses and undeveloped land designated for development. The analysis showed that in terms of real estate prices, Český Těšín is more attractive for a potential buyer.
The concept for numerical development of modular networks integrated with the GNSS measurements
The paper presents a proposed adjustment algorithm for an integrated method of measuring situational and altitude details, consisting in combining the modular network elements (classical terrestrial measurements) with the GNSS vectors. Satellite measurements are treated as additional observations, strengthening the network structure, or playing the role of binding (tie) elements between the classical modules. The proposed algorithm is based on the idea of total adjustment of all types of observations (terrestrial, satellite) with the intermediary method, according to the least squares procedure. In order to determine the necessary approximate values of the unknowns (coordinates of the points, which are being determined), the GNSS vectors may be used.
Changes in the representation of buildings in databases of the land and property register (EGIB) in Poland, in 1955–2018
The article presents changes in the manner of representing buildings in the Land and Property Register (EGIB) database based on seven documents constituting the legal foundation for keeping Land and Property Register in Poland in the period of 1955–2018. The scope of the graphic part, the descriptive part including distinguishing the building status, the definitions of the contour and the built-up area, as well as attention to the types of buildings and building registration data were subjected to comparison. For the guidelines as to the building’s contour included in descriptive part, the numerical image of three selected buildings for the 5 analysed time periods has been presented in order to illustrate the changes that have occurred, relating to the graphic part.
Selected aspects of practical projects for property delimitation and resumption of boundary marks, in view of the current legislation in Poland
The aim of this publication is to present, discuss and compare two geodetic-legal procedures in the scope of drawing up a survey report (basic trig data) on two particular geodetic tasks, namely the delimitation (demarcation) of a real estate property, and the resumption (restoration) of boundary marks. The analyses were carried out, based on the current applicable legal acts and relevant implementing rules regarding the surveying activities in question and on the basis of geodetic basic trig data surveys, accepted by the State Geodetic and Cartographic Documentation Centre. The publication presents selected aspects of the discussed works from the point of view of geodetic practice in the field. The author indicates the responsibilities of the authorized (certified) surveyor, and the surveyor’s role in these two different geodesic procedures. The effect of the study is to point to the main differences between the two procedures, the effects of which – both in the field and on the map – are similar. The analysis shows the varied level of difficulty of the discussed surveying tasks in the context of formal and legal stipulations currently existing in Poland. Due to the nature of the subject of this study, the conclusions are of local (Poland-specific) nature, without reference to global solutions.
Analysis of changes in land cover structure using ring-shaped polygons of evaluation, on the example of selected areas of Slovakia, Poland and the Czech Republic
The objective of this paper is the assessment of the share of individual land cover categories in centric and ring-shaped evaluation polygons. In the analyses the data from the Corine Land Cover project for 2006 and 2012 were used. These data are available through the Urban Atlas. The basic spatial statistics concerning the land cover categories were determined. As a result of the analyses, information about land cover changes that took place over a period of 6 years was obtained, observed with increasing distance from the assumed reference point. An inference was also made regarding the possibility of determining the changes taking place in selected units in the period of 2006–2012.
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