Grid metadata catalog service-based OGC web registry service

@inproceedings{Zhao2004GridMC,
  title={Grid metadata catalog service-based OGC web registry service},
  author={Peisheng Zhao and Aijun Chen and Yang Liu and Liping Di and Wenli Yang and Peichuan Li},
  booktitle={GIS},
  year={2004}
}
Grid is a promising e-Science infrastructure that promotes and facilitates the sharing and collaboration in the use of distributed heterogeneous resources through Virtual Organization (VO). A critical factor to the overall utility of Grid is a scalable, flexible and robust registry mechanism. Although it provides some mechanisms to store and access metadata for publishing and discovering resources, such as MCS (Metadata Catalog Service), the Grid registry is inadequate for dealing with domain… CONTINUE READING
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