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Linking environmental models together to make the world a better place: the GIS approach

by Engineer at HydroloGIS, Free University of Bolzano on May 24, 2011

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The JGrass team has spent the last 5 years to try to create an appropriate ecosystem for researchers to share their knowledge and for professionals to have innovative tools at hand. The long road lead ...

The JGrass team has spent the last 5 years to try to create an appropriate ecosystem for researchers to share their knowledge and for professionals to have innovative tools at hand. The long road lead through various applications and libraries, from GRASS to JGrass, from JGrass to uDig, from OpenMI to OMS. The current scenario presents a central library, the JGrasstools, and the desktop GIS framework uDig. All glued through the OMS3 modeling system, a code annotation framework developed in joint effort between Colorado State University and USDA, that supports the connection between models from different authors and domains.

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