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The effective preservation of both current and historical scientific data will underpin a multitude of ecological, economic and political decisions that shape the future of our society. The SCIDIP-ES project addresses the long-term preservation of the knowledge encoded in scientific data by providing preservation e-infrastructure services which support the(More)
Today's Web contains not only conventional textual data, but also raster data, e.g., 2-D satellite images, 3-D or 4-D seismic sense data. Coverage is a core abstract feature of raster data, and coverage services are becoming a very important kind of web applications, especially in the geospatial domain. The OGC WCS and WCPS standards have invested a lot of(More)
In the era of Big Data, being able to work with multidimensional arrays in a robust and consistent manner as the number and variety of dimensions increase, is just as important as being able to handle the large volumes inherent to this type of data. Usually, array analytics is carried out to extract meaningful information for further applications, e.g.(More)
Geospatial data, such as 2-D satellite images, 3-D image time-series, or 4-D climate/ocean data, provide important information for Earth Science System research. Standardized communication protocols, such as those established by Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC), help to achieve interoperability between clients and servers. To achieve real interoperability,(More)