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Towards a research agenda for geoprocessing services
Geoprocessing services are currently a hot topic in research and industry for enabling the dynamic generation of web-based geoinformation in Spatial Data Infrastructures. An overview and an in-depthExpand
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Establishing an OGC Web Processing Service for generalization processes
Exchanging knowledge in terms of sharing and reusing generalization algorithms was identified as a key requirement by the generalization research community to ease further research (Edwardes et al.,Expand
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DECLARATIVE SENSOR INTERFACE DESCRIPTORS FOR THE SENSOR WEB
The Sensor Web Enablement (SWE) initiative of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) defines standards for Web Service interfaces and data encodings usable as building blocks to implement a Sensor Web.Expand
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Future SDI - Impulses from Geoinformatics Research and IT Trends
The term Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) was defined in the nineties as a set of policies, technologies and institutional arrangements for improving the availability and accessibility of spatialExpand
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The Geoprocessing Web
As Web services technology has matured in recent years, an increasing amount of geospatial resources and processing functions are available in the form of online Web services. Consequently, effectiveExpand
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Towards Spatial Data Infrastructures in the Clouds
Cloud Computing is one of the latest hypes in the mainstream IT world. In this context, Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDIs) have not been considered yet. This paper reviews this novel technology andExpand
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Towards a formal classification of generalization operators
Classification of generalization operators is one of the challenges in current generalization research in order to provide generalization functionality meaningfully on the web. This paper proposes aExpand
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Geospatial Web Services for Distributed Processing: Applications and Scenarios
Processing and modeling of geodata are essential parts of the daily work of GIS technology experts. Domain experts often need to perform sophisticated GIS analysis of complex data. Currently,Expand
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Challenges for Automated Generalisation at European Mapping Agencies: A Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis
Abstract The automation of generalisation is an important issue at National Mapping Agencies (NMAs) to reduce data production costs and to improve data maintenance. This paper presents theExpand
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Interaction patterns for bridging the gap between sensor networks and the Sensor Web
The Sensor Web Enablement (SWE) initiative of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) defines standards for Web Service interfaces and data encodings usable as building blocks to implement a Sensor WebExpand
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