Challenges in Modelling of Environmental Semantics

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Modelling environmental semantics is a prerequisite for model and data interoperabilty and reuse, both essential for integrated modelling. This paper previews a landscape where integrated modelling activities are performed in a virtual environmental information space, and identifies challenges imposed by the nature of integrated modelling tasks and new technology drivers such as sensor networks, big data and high-performance computing. A set of requirements towards a universal framework for sharing environmental data and models is presented. The approach is demonstrated in the case study of a semantic modelling system for wildlife monitoring, management and conservation
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEnvironmental Software Systems. Infrastructures, Services and Applications
EditorsRalf Denzer, Robert Argent, Gerald Schimak, Jiří Hřebíček
ISBN (Electronic)9783319159942
ISBN (Print)9783319159935
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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NameIFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology

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