Details of the methodology by which geographic information was derived from the instrument readings.
Information about the events or source data used in constructing the data specified by the scope or lack of knowledge about lineage.
Distance between consistent parts of (centre, left side, right side) adjacent pixels.
Comprehensive information about the procedure(s), process(es) and algorithm(s) applied in the process step.
Information about an event or transformation in the life of a resource.
Report of what occurred during the process step.
Information about the source data used in creating the data specified by the scope.
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