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Interoperability of Geoprocessing Geoinformation/Geodata
“Interoperable geoprocessing” refers to the ability of digital systems to
  • 1) freely exchange all kinds of spatial information about the Earth and about objects and phenomena on, above, and below the Earth's surface; and
  • 2) cooperatively, over networks, run software capable of manipulating such information.
[OpenGIS Guide 1996, p. xi]