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  • Store varieties of data Physical terrain (grid or vector data), human terrain, and multimedia (video, textual, and GeoPDF, etc)Handle large scale data HDF5 includes features specifically designed to store and access large datasets effectively and efficiently
  • Facilitate data integration, fusion and analysisRelations among data entities can be represented in HDF5 with metadata and other HDF5 features

Exploiting HDF5 Technologies to Represent Geo-Information-An Example with Complex Terrain Data Exploiting HDF5 Technologies to Represent Geo-Information-An Example with Complex Terrain Data Presentation Transcript

  • The HDF Group Exploiting HDF5 Technologies to Represent Geo-Information An Example with Complex Terrain Data Peter Cao, Jacob Grubar, Mike Folk The HDF Group September 28-30, 2010 HDF and HDF-EOS Workshop XIV 1 www.hdfgroup.org
  • Acknowledgment This work was funded by US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering Research and Development Center (ERDC), BAA Contract No. W9132V-08-C-0028 Special thanks to John Nedza of ERDCTEC, whose ideas are the basis for this work. September 28-30, 2010 HDF and HDF-EOS Workshop XIV 2 www.hdfgroup.org
  • Goals of This Study • Explore a unified data model for information retrieval, visualization, and analysis • Identify the role that HDF5 can play as a data management platform for Battlefield operations • Demonstrate the use of web-based tools in combination with HDF5 to organize and work with a wide range of operational data September 28-30, 2010 HDF and HDF-EOS Workshop XIV 3 www.hdfgroup.org
  • The HDF Group HDF5 Capabilities September 28-30, 2010 HDF and HDF-EOS Workshop XIV 4 www.hdfgroup.org
  • Variety and Scale Copyright © 2010 The HDF Group. All Rights Reserved 5 www.hdfgroup.org
  • Relationships / Parameters 10;100;1000 Timestep 36,000 lat | lon | temp ----|-----|----12 | 23 | 3.1 15 | 24 | 4.2 17 | 21 | 3.6 Copyright © 2010 The HDF Group. All Rights Reserved 6 www.hdfgroup.org
  • Demo • Uses Qt user interface framework as a web-browser plugin • Demo will focus on: • • • • Heterogeneous Information Layers Dynamic Data Management Multidimensional Scales Scalable Data Structures September 28-30, 2010 HDF and HDF-EOS Workshop XIV 7 www.hdfgroup.org