Lightweight Advertising and Scalable Discovery of Services, Datasets, and Events Using Feedcasts and Social Tagging - InfoCasting

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25 janv. 2014 (il y a 3 années et 4 mois)

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Lightweight Advertising and Scalable Discovery of Services, Datasets, and
Events Using Feedcasts and Social Tagging
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InfoCasting

PI: Brian Wilson, JPL

Objectives

Milestones

Approach

Co
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I’s/Partners

Science Application


Design/Develop Authoring tool

3
rd

Q of Y1


Release Beta functionality


4
th

Q of Y1


Incorporate user/tester feedback

1
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2
nd

Q of Y1


Portal development and tool integration Y2





Provide a lightweight
authoring tool
(web
-
based)


Enable users to easily
find and invoke services


Specialized portal tools supporting casts


Provide a
rich search

interface


Semantics


Social tagging

Sara Graves (UAH); Rahul Ramachandran (UAH/ORNL); Dr. Phil Callahan (JPL)


CMS with
reusable/distributable modules


Drupal


Form based authoring


suggests and assists users


Development of Javascript
GUI widgets for reusability

across
platforms


CMS managed definitions
that are exported to casts

CMS
-
based Authoring Tool


Dr. Phil Callahan of JPL
, Co
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I, will be a user and author of Hurricane event casts,
exploiting current work that identifies PODAAC datasets that are coincident with
hurricane tracks such as QuikScat and the TOPEX and JASON altimeters.


Dr. Eric Fetzer of JPL
will be a user and author of events casts advertising multi
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sensor climate products and studies from the Water Vapor Climatology MEASUREs
project. Both scientists will help to shape the design of service and events casts so
they are maximally useful to them and to the community.

Science Focus Area: Hurricane tracks and
water vapor climatology

ESDSWG:

Technology Infusion
: Services Interoperability and Orchestration, and
Semantic Web sub groups

Standards Process Group