Advances in distributed systems and universal adoption of the Internet helped academia, governments and industry to gain access to substantial amount of data, including geospatial data. Geographic Information Systems which are traditionally known to be highly data-centric are one of the important consumers of these data products. However several significant problems such as different types of distributed geophysical applications, and distributed nature of the geospatial data sources cause severe limitations for seamless integration of data and applications. Additionally proliferation of sensors introduces unique challenges for Geographic Information Systems because the observations and measurements obtained from a wide variety of sensors are of great interest to these systems.RDAHMM Filter and Data Transfer Service runs on Server-1. HPSearch kernel and NaradaBrokering server are installed on Server-2, whereas RDAHMM application, RDAHMM Runner Service and Graph Plotter Service run on Server-3 .
|Title||:||Service Oriented Architecture for Geographic Information Systems Supporting Real Time Data Grids|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|