[CEUR Workshop Proceedings] Vol-712

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Integrating Sensor Web and Web-based Geoprocessing

Proceedings of the Workshop on Integrating Sensor Web and Web-based Geoprocessing

a workshop at AGILE 2011 conference

Utrecht, The Netherlands, April 18, 2011.

Edited by

Theodor Foerster *
Arne Broering **
Bastian Baranski *
Benjamin Pross *
Christoph Stasch *
Thomas Everding *
Stephan Maes ***

* University of Muenster, Institute for Geoinformatics, Münster, Germany
** University of Twente, Faculty of ITC, Enschede, the Netherlands
*** TU Dresden, Professorship of GIS, Enschede, the Netherlands

Table of Contents

  1. A Typology of Real-Time Parallel Geoprocessing for the Sensor Web Era, McCullough
    Aengus McCullough, Stuart Barr, Philip James
  2. Visualizing Uncertainty in Environmental Workflows and Sensor Streams
    Karthikeyan Bollu Ganesh, Patrick Maue
  3. LogicGeoObject -- A Client-side Architectural Model for Aggregating Geospatial Dynamics from Sensor Web
    Xuelin He, Jeremy G. Morley
  4. A Theory For Event Processing Of Geosensor Data
    Alejandro Llaves
  5. Marine Modeling as a Service
    Michael Bauer, Christoph Wosniok, Rainer Lehfeldt
  6. Linking Sensor Web Enablement and Web Processing Technology for Health-Environment Studies
    Simon Jirka, Stefan Wiemann, Johannes Brauner, Eike Hinderk Jürrens
  7. Error Aware Near Real-Time Interpolation of Air Quality Observations in GEOSS
    Scott Fairgrieve, Christoph Stasch, Stefan Falke, Lydia Gerharz, Edzer Pebesma
  8. GENESIS Employing Web Processing Services and Sensor Web Technology for Environmental Management
    Steven Smolders, Christian Alegre, Simone Gianfranceschi, Marc Gilles, Bernd Resch, Thomas Everding
  9. Interoperable Processing of Sensor-data in Spatial Data Infrastructures - A Use Case for Wind Power Analysis
    Sandra Lanig, Georg Walenciak, Alexander Zipf

14-April-2011: submitted by Theodor Foerster
14-Apr-2011: published on CEUR-WS.org