Integrating semantic and syntactic descriptions to chain geographic services

  • Lemmens R
  • Wytzisk A
  • de By R
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Abstract

Integrating multiple geographic services from different information communities and spatiolinguistic regions is challenging because of its inherent complexity and heterogeneity. A geographic information systems workflow approach can use semantic and syntactic service descriptions to form service chains that can integrate service discovery, composition,and reuse.Service chaining links remote geographic services to help expert users form complex geoprocessing services and perform timely analysis of geodata. This method facilitates the use of XMLbased service description languages to build a geoservice-reuse architecture based on common ontologies and shared service descriptions. © 2006 IEEE.

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