Sensor Model Language ( SensorML ) for In-situ and Remote Sensors

@inproceedings{Botts2002SensorML,
  title={Sensor Model Language ( SensorML ) for In-situ and Remote Sensors},
  author={Mike Botts},
  year={2002}
}
class names begin with an underscore). The _Component class utilizes a composite design pattern, such that any component can be an aggregate of other components which are described using the hasComponent property. The base _Component class has several optional properties, many of which take abstract classes for their value. These properties will be described individually below. The use of abstract classes throughout the SensorML specification allows for extensibility of the standard, as well as… CONTINUE READING
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