Grid-enabled Standard-compliant Open Computing Environment for Earth Science Exploration and Applications. Chen, A., Di, L., Wei, Y., Bai, Y., & Liu, Y. In 2006 IEEE International Symposium on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, pages 237–240, July, 2006.
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The seamless access to large quantities of distributed, heterogeneous geospatial data/ information is still a critical issues to Earth science exploration and applications now. Using Grid computing and geospatial standards technologies, we devise an open, reusable, optimized, secured and service-oriented computing environment for semi-automatically archiving, sharing and serving geospatial data/information in the way that user required. The environment uses a Grid service- oriented architecture based on the Globus toolkits. The most important of them are the data/information retrieval mediator (DIRM) and data/information serving mediator (DISM). DIRM is based on our refined geospatial metadata for describing geospatial data/information and services and Globus replica manger service for managing replicas of massive data. DISM consists of Grid-enabled geospatial standard services for providing on-the-fly user-customable data. This environment offers an open, secure, ubiquitous and standard-compliant geospatial computing platform to provide Earth science communities with access to massive geospatial data for high-performance, data- and computing-intensive scientific research and applications.
@inproceedings{chen_grid-enabled_2006,
	title = {Grid-enabled {Standard}-compliant {Open} {Computing} {Environment} for {Earth} {Science} {Exploration} and {Applications}},
	doi = {10.1109/IGARSS.2006.65},
	abstract = {The seamless access to large quantities of distributed, heterogeneous geospatial data/ information is still a critical issues to Earth science exploration and applications now. Using Grid computing and geospatial standards technologies, we devise an open, reusable, optimized, secured and service-oriented computing environment for semi-automatically archiving, sharing and serving geospatial data/information in the way that user required. The environment uses a Grid service- oriented architecture based on the Globus toolkits. The most important of them are the data/information retrieval mediator (DIRM) and data/information serving mediator (DISM). DIRM is based on our refined geospatial metadata for describing geospatial data/information and services and Globus replica manger service for managing replicas of massive data. DISM consists of Grid-enabled geospatial standard services for providing on-the-fly user-customable data. This environment offers an open, secure, ubiquitous and standard-compliant geospatial computing platform to provide Earth science communities with access to massive geospatial data for high-performance, data- and computing-intensive scientific research and applications.},
	booktitle = {2006 {IEEE} {International} {Symposium} on {Geoscience} and {Remote} {Sensing}},
	author = {Chen, A. and Di, L. and Wei, Y. and Bai, Y. and Liu, Y.},
	month = jul,
	year = {2006},
	keywords = {Collaboration, Computer architecture, data information retrieval mediator, data information serving mediator, DIRM, DISM, Distributed computing, distributed heterogeneous geospatial data, Earth science applications, Earth science exploration, geophysical techniques, geophysics computing, Geoscience, geospatial metadata, geospatial standards technologies, Globus replica manger service, Globus toolkits, Government, grid computing, Grid computing, Grid enabled computing environment, Grid service oriented architecture, Information retrieval, information retrieval systems, information services, meta data, NASA, open computing environment, open systems, Pervasive computing, semiautomatic geospatial data archiving, semiautomatic geospatial data serving, semiautomatic geospatial data sharing, service oriented computing environment, Space technology, standard compliant computing environment, visual databases},
	pages = {237--240},
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