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Fog Computing based SDI Framework for Mineral Resources Information Infrastructure Management in India

  title={Fog Computing based SDI Framework for Mineral Resources Information Infrastructure Management in India},
  author={Rabindra Kumar Barik and Rakesh Kumar Lenka and N. Vijaya Simha and Harishchandra Dubey and Kunal Mankodiya},
  journal={arXiv: Distributed, Parallel, and Cluster Computing},
Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) is an important concept for sharing spatial data across the web. With cumulative techniques with spatial cloud computing and fog computing, SDI has the greater potential and has been emerged as a tool for processing, analysis and transmission of spatial data. The Fog computing is a paradigm where Fog devices help to increase throughput and reduce latency at the edge of the client with respect to cloud computing environment. This paper proposed and developed a… 

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