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Automatic Interaction and
seamless Integration of Big
Data Hubs on Internet
Dr. Shaozhong SHI
drshishaozhong@gmail.com
Big Data Hubs on the Internet
Data are trapped in isolated islands
 The world has seen creation of a great number of
data...
Can they talk to each other for exchange
data?
 Critical barriers of server-to-serve communication and
data exchange need...
Open Geospatial Consortium
specifications and Standardisation of
Spatial Data
 With the development of new initiatives in...
References
 S. Shi and N. Walford: Web-based Spatio-temporal Interpolator for Census Area Statistics (Grant reference:
RE...
GI2016 ppt shi (automatic interaction and seamless integration of big data hubs on internet)
GI2016 ppt shi (automatic interaction and seamless integration of big data hubs on internet)
GI2016 ppt shi (automatic interaction and seamless integration of big data hubs on internet)
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GI2016 ppt shi (automatic interaction and seamless integration of big data hubs on internet)

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16. Sächsisches GIS-Forum, Dresden: 4. Oktober, 2016

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GI2016 ppt shi (automatic interaction and seamless integration of big data hubs on internet)

  1. 1. Automatic Interaction and seamless Integration of Big Data Hubs on Internet Dr. Shaozhong SHI drshishaozhong@gmail.com
  2. 2. Big Data Hubs on the Internet Data are trapped in isolated islands  The world has seen creation of a great number of data hubs globally.  However, at present, the most of such data hubs are functioning as if they were “isolated islands” of data and information.  The data hubs are deployed with different technologies at geographically dispersed locations.  There has been a critical barrier to the interconnectivity and interoperability between big data hubs.
  3. 3. Can they talk to each other for exchange data?  Critical barriers of server-to-serve communication and data exchange needs to be overcome.  Automatic interaction and seamless integration of Big Data hubs have been found feasible to allow fast response time of communication and geodata transfer for future development of interoperable services.  Critically important to seamless integration of big data hubs are interoperable communication protocols.  High performance processors in live distributed computing systems can be developed for finding new solutions for ensuring prompt Internet services.
  4. 4. Open Geospatial Consortium specifications and Standardisation of Spatial Data  With the development of new initiatives in Open data and Open Standards, a showcase is presented to illustrate how geodata hubs can interact and communicate with each other automatically for timely data exchange.  Showcased are the design and development of an Internet-based geodata processing service demonstrator system and the operation of critical data bridges between geodata services with the use of Open Geographical Consortium (OGC)’s specifications.  Standards are important.  Application examples of geo-data standards.
  5. 5. References  S. Shi and N. Walford: Web-based Spatio-temporal Interpolator for Census Area Statistics (Grant reference: RES-348-25-0012)  http://www.researchcatalogue.esrc.ac.uk/grants/RES-348-25-0012/outputs/read/bde08626-a6bb-411f-9f14- 6705d71b9a2e  S. Shi and N. Walford: AN AUTOMATED INTERNET GEOINFORMATION SERVICE FOR INTEGRATING ONLINE GEOINFORMATION SERVICES AND GENERATING QUASI-REALISTIC SPATIAL POPULATION GIS MAPS  http://www.isprs.org/proceedings/XXXVIII/part2/Papers/134_Paper.pdf  https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/esrc- files/outputs/JobgvbumH0GfFGcF1xuaLg/VDLSdadh4k28mtUQmWIOsA.pdf  S. Shi, 2015: Design and Development of an Online Geoinformation Service Delivery of Geospatial Models in the United Kingdom. Environmental Earth Sciences. Springer: Volume 74, Issue 10, Pages 7069-7080.  DOI:10.1007/s12665-015-4243-8. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs12665-015-4243-8  Contact  4 Haythrop Close, Downhead Park, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom, MK15 9DD  Mobile: +44-7909844462  EMail: drshishaozhong@gmail.com

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