Grid Technologies for Satellite Data Processing and Management Within International Disaster Monitoring Projects

@inproceedings{Kussul2011GridTF,
  title={Grid Technologies for Satellite Data Processing and Management Within International Disaster Monitoring Projects},
  author={Nataliia Kussul and Andrii Shelestov and Serhiy Skakun},
  booktitle={Grid and Cloud Database Management},
  year={2011}
}
This chapter describes the use of Grid technologies for satellite data processing and management within international disaster monitoring projects carried out by the Space Research Institute NASU-NSAU, Ukraine (SRI NASU-NSAU). This includes the integration of the Ukrainian and Russian satellite monitoring systems at the data level, and the development of the InterGrid infrastructure that integrates several regional and national Grid systems. A problem of Grid and Sensor Web integration is… 
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