The traditional Geographical Information Systems (GIS) have to be migrated to the internet eventually much like every other software today. The article has explored ways of utilizing the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) standards to come up with ways of achieving a workflow for the development of a service-based implementation of a customized Web Processing Service (WPS). The proposed concept has explored multiple workflows using various combinations of the publishing and development options and the simplest and the least resource intensive one has been identified as the outcome of this project. The workflow identified was then split into two section to make it even more simplify and adaptable, aiding development from the WPS that has to publish. The development process used for the final workflow is done without the use of a resource intensive IDE keeping in mind the major aim of the proposed model is to reduce the dependency on resource intensive software and services. The proposed model is built solely on open source platforms which are in tandem with second stipulation of proposed model is promoting community-based development. The proposed system provides the better execution time and retrieval time. The execution time is compared with similar system, open source Geographical system provide less execution time. The retrieval time is also reduced this indicated Quality of Service is increased.
Jayapandian, N., Negi, M. S., Agarwal, S., & Prasanna Y, A. (2019). Community based open source geographical classical data analysis. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(1), 413–418.