Implementation of a Data Node in China's Spatial Information Grid Based on NWGISS. Zhang, D. G.; Yu, L.; Zhang, D. H.; and Di, L. In 2006 IEEE International Symposium on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, pages 321–324, July, 2006.
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Spatial Information Grid (SIG) is the fundamental structure of share and interoperation with geospatial. Several SIG reference specifications have been constituted by ISO and OGC to provide standard interfaces. This paper pays attention to construct and implement SIG's resource layer, which is the most important part, studies its conception structure and required functions. A SIG data service node is designed based on OGC and NWGISS. Three different access modes are employed to test the availability of this node. Experimental results demonstrate this service node can successfully respond to standard OGC requests and returns specific spatial data in different network environment, also shows a good capability of sharing data under isomerous operation environment.
@inproceedings{zhang_implementation_2006,
	title = {Implementation of a {Data} {Node} in {China}'s {Spatial} {Information} {Grid} {Based} on {NWGISS}},
	doi = {10.1109/IGARSS.2006.87},
	abstract = {Spatial Information Grid (SIG) is the fundamental structure of share and interoperation with geospatial. Several SIG reference specifications have been constituted by ISO and OGC to provide standard interfaces. This paper pays attention to construct and implement SIG's resource layer, which is the most important part, studies its conception structure and required functions. A SIG data service node is designed based on OGC and NWGISS. Three different access modes are employed to test the availability of this node. Experimental results demonstrate this service node can successfully respond to standard OGC requests and returns specific spatial data in different network environment, also shows a good capability of sharing data under isomerous operation environment.},
	booktitle = {2006 {IEEE} {International} {Symposium} on {Geoscience} and {Remote} {Sensing}},
	author = {Zhang, D. G. and Yu, L. and Zhang, D. H. and Di, L.},
	month = jul,
	year = {2006},
	keywords = {Access protocols, Assembly, China NWGISS based SIG, data node availability, data node implementation, data sharing, File servers, geographic information systems, Geographic Information Systems, geophysical techniques, geophysics computing, Image databases, information retrieval, information services, ISO, ISO standards, Kernel, OGC, Packaging, SIG data service node, SIG reference specifications, SIG resource layer, Spatial databases, spatial information grid, standard interfaces, Testing, visual databases, Web services},
	pages = {321--324},
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