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Models as web services using the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Web Processing Service (WPS) standard
Environmental modeling often requires the use of multiple data sources, models, and analysis routines coupled into a workflow to answer a research question. Coupling these computational resources canExpand
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Modeling water resource systems using a service-oriented computing paradigm
Service-oriented computing is a software engineering paradigm that views complex software systems as an interconnected collection of distributed computational components. Each component has a definedExpand
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Integrated modeling within a Hydrologic Information System: An OpenMI based approach
This paper presents a prototype software system for integrated environmental modeling that provides interoperability between the Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science,Expand
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A generic approach for developing process-level hydrologic modeling components
Component software architectures offer an alternative approach for building large, complex hydrologic modeling systems. In contrast to more traditional software paradigms (i.e. procedural orExpand
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Hydroshare: Sharing Diverse Environmental Data Types and Models as Social Objects with Application to the Hydrology Domain
The types of data and models used within the hydrologic science community are diverse. New repositories have succeeded in making data and models more accessible, but are, in most cases, limited toExpand
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Design of a metadata framework for environmental models with an example hydrologic application in HydroShare
Environmental modelers rely on a variety of computational models to make predictions, test hypotheses, and address specific problems related to environmental science and natural resource management.Expand
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Simulating watersheds using loosely integrated model components: Evaluation of computational scaling using OpenMI
Complicated research and management questions regarding watershed systems often require the use of more than one simulation model. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a means to integrate multipleExpand
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Calibration of SWAT models using the cloud
This paper evaluates a recently created Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) calibration tool built using the Windows Azure Cloud environment and a parallel version of the Dynamically DimensionedExpand
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An Architectural Overview of Hydroshare, A Next-Generation Hydrologic Information System
JEFF HEARD (1,2), DAVID TARBOTON (3), RAY IDASZAK (1,2), JEFF HORSBURGH (3), DAN AMES (4), ALEX BEDIG (5), ANTHONY M. CASTRONOVA (3), ALVA COUCH (5), PABITRA DASH (3), CUYLER FRISBY (4), TIAN GANExpand
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