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Geo-processing in cyberinfrastructure: making the web an easy to use geospatial computational platform

Abstract : Access to data on the web has become routine based upon open standards from IETF and W3C. Access to explicitly geospatial data is routinely done using data access standards from the OGC. Geoprocessing services on the web are now being developed. Processing of data must be done to apply or fuse the data to meet specific applications. Standards and implementations for processing of data on the web are just now becoming established. For geospatial data, the OGC has defined the Web Processing Service (WPS) interface standard. Now is a critical time to bring convergence to WPS profiles that make the web an easy to use geospatial computational service. Access to network accessible processing services is bringing geoprocessing to the cyberinfrastructure.
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George Percivall, Lionel Ménard, Lan-Kun Chung, Stefano Nativi, Jay Pearlman. Geo-processing in cyberinfrastructure: making the web an easy to use geospatial computational platform. 34th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment, Apr 2011, Sydney, Australia. pp.USBkey. ⟨hal-00608573⟩

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