Weather Exchange Models

Introduction

If we wish to have interoperability with a range of OGC standards such as WMS, WCS, GML, WFS, Processing and Sensor related services, such as for vector meteorological data, we need to start looking at common underlying conceptual models and also 'application schemas'.

For example, a legally mandated presentation map layer may show an area of turbulence or cumulus cloud, but this area may have been drawn by a human, or may have been derived automatically from an underlying coverage grid, or even derived directly from a set of scattered observations. To ensure such seamless processing, the underlying conceptual models and derived schemas have to be consistent and unambiguous.



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ConceptualModellingWGReport_20091125.pdfpdf ConceptualModellingWGReport_20091125.pdf manage 266.6 K 01 Dec 2009 - 13:03 MarieFrancoiseVoidrotMartinez 2nd Workshop on the use of OGC standards in Meteorology : Report of the Working Group on Conceptual modelling
Topic revision: r11 - 20 Apr 2011, JeremyTandy
 

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