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Graphics File Formats FAQ (Part 3 of 4): Where to Get File Format Specifications
Section - VPF - Vector Product Format

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VPF is a standard format, structure, and organization for large geographic
databases that are based on a georelational data model. VPF is primarily used
for organizing and encapsulating such digital geographic databases for
transmission.  More information on VPF may be found in the newsgroup and FAQ
of comp.infosystems.gis.

The specification for VPF may be found in the following military standard
document:

  MIL-STD-600006, Vector Product Format, 13 April 1992

This MIL-STD may be obtained from:

  Naval Publications & Forms Center
  Code 3051
  5801 Tabot Ave.
  Philadelphia, PA 19120 USA

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