publication . Article . 2014

EPOS: A Novel Use of CERIF for Data-intensive Science

Daniele Bailo; Keith G. Jeffery;
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  • Published: 02 Jul 2014 Journal: Procedia Computer Science, volume 33, pages 3-10 (issn: 18770509, Copyright policy)
Abstract
AbstractOne of the key aspects of the approaching data-intensive science era is integration of data through interoperability of systems providing data products or visualization and processing services. Far from being simple, interoperability requires robust and scalable e-infrastructures capable of supporting it. In this work we present the case of EPOS, a plan for data integration in the field of Earth Sciences. We describe the design of its e-infrastructure and show its main characteristics. One of the main elements enabling the system to integrate data, data products and services is the metadata catalogue based on the CERIF metadata model. Such a model, modif...
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free text keywords: Research Infrastructure, e-infrastructure, data integration, data intensive, metadata, cerif, epos, Scalability, Data products, Metadata, Visualization, Data integration, computer.software_genre, computer, Architecture, Metadata modeling, World Wide Web, Computer science, Interoperability
Funded by
EC| EPOS IP
Project
EPOS IP
EPOS Implementation Phase
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 676564
  • Funding stream: H2020 | RIA
Validated by funder
Communities
EPOSEPOS Projects: EPOS IP
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