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Conceptual Study of Intelligent Data Archives of the Future
A conceptual architecture study is under way to address the problem of getting the most scientific value from the large volumes of Earth and space science data that NASA expects to accumulate in the…
Achieving cost reductions in EOSDIS operations through technology evolution
The earth observing system (EOS) data information system (EOSDIS) mission includes the cost-effective management and distribution of large amounts of data to the earth science community. The effect…
Interface design challenges for single point access to diverse and dispersed science databases
Attention is given to the NASA development of the Information Management System (V. 0 IMS), a prototypic common interface for accessing dispersed earth science data.
Framework for scientific communication in Earth and space science
- G. Burrows, S. Hoban, R. Harberts, N. Lal
- Computer ScienceProceedings. Socioeconomic Dimensions of…
- 23 April 1998
Using the experience with the NASA Digital Library Technology program, a framework for scientific communication that focuses on the value of the answers provided by science is proposed, and opportunities provided for existing publishers within this new model of scientific communication are speculated.
Intelligent Archive Visionary Use Case : Advanced Weather Forecast Scenario July , 2003
It is suggested that within the context of a youth-services agency such as this, where children are at risk of exploitation and abuse, the use of these methods and methods of investigation and evaluation are to be discouraged.
Machine Learning Techniques for Decision Support in Intelligent Data Management
Interactive Visual Contextualization of Space Weather Data
Emerging technology becomes an opportunity for EOS
The authors are currently undertaking a project exploring the requirements and options of content-based search and data mining for use on EOSDIS, and developing a prototype to investigate user interface concepts, requirements, and designs relevant for EOS DIS core system (ECS) subsystem utilizing these techniques.
Concepts for Models and Virtualization in Future NASA Science Enterprise Systems