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OGC Standard for the Interoperability of Agricultural Models: Data and Processes at the Same Level, by Didier Leibovici

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Agricultural Data Interest Group (IGAD)
Pre-Meeting Agenda
Research Data Alliance
21st to 22nd September 2015
INRA, Paris (France)

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OGC Standard for the Interoperability of Agricultural Models: Data and Processes at the Same Level, by Didier Leibovici

  1. 1. 1 OGC standard for the Interoperability of agriculture models: data and processes at the same level Didier G. Leibovici, Suchith Anand, Mike Jackson University of Nottingham, UK Agricultural Data Interest Group (IGAD) Pre-Meeting 21st to 22nd September 2015 INRA, Paris (France)
  2. 2. Agricultural modelling 2
  3. 3. 3 from prototyping to operational a multidisciplinary project between Crop sciences / Plant Sciences /Agronomy & Geospatial Sciences • genetic & phenotypic & trait information • agricultural & environmental information • geospatial architecture & data & models management GRASP Geospatial Resource for Agricultural Species and Pests “Geospatial Resource for Agricultural Species and Pests with integrated workflow modelling to support Global Food Security (GRASP-GFS)” (2013)
  4. 4. Generic workflow of the GRASP project use and reuse of available information 4
  5. 5. GRASP platform part of CropBASE (CFF) 5
  6. 6. Spatial Data Infrastructure • GeogermplasmDB  genotypic variations CropStoreDB + OpenGIS ( using PostGIS) • Workflow composition  crop modelling e.g. coupling a disease model with APSIM • Quality & error propagation  metadata & decision classical error propagation (multiple-run) meta-propagation of uncertainty (WPS) 6 major crops (wheat) and underutilised crop (Bambara groundnut)
  7. 7. geogermplasmDB 7 WFS
  8. 8. Wheat Eyespot disease: Harvest Reduction Model 8 WPS BPMN Workflow as WPS Practice … different … for now! Workflow yes But within AP
  9. 9. Workflow composition of Data & Processes 9 BPMN 2.0 WPS, WFS, WCS CSW … Semantic Framework…
  10. 10. OS OS & Workflow management • Open standard BPMN 2.0, (metamodel) ISO 19115 (-1) / ISO19157 (metadata quality see also meta- propagation), ISO19119 Geoprocessing OGC WPS Datasets OGC WFS /WCS /SOS • Open Source - JBPM / Camunda / together Shark - pyWPS or WPS4R (52N) 10 Workflow Taverna (uses SCUFL2 not BPMN)
  11. 11. Quality & error propagation 11 Where really Datasets & GeoProcessing are on equal footing!
  12. 12. Some conclusions/ hopes! • Workflow Research Environment • Data Quality & Processing Quality DQ PQ sensitivity and uncertainty analysis e.g., MetaPUnT • Data and Process discovery (metadata) ISO 19115-1 / CSW / metadata brokers • Workflow editor vs Workflow Composition and Workflow Analytical tools … semantic needed • Communities of model users&modellers • H2020 EINFRA-9 … 12

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