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From AMILA RANATUNGA <newair...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Research project on integrating geoservices with Apache Airavata
Date Wed, 29 May 2013 05:36:20 GMT
Hi all,

Thanks a lot for the contribution and help given. We have prepared a brief
report about what are in our mind about this whole scenario. I am posting
this if you have missed the new
thread<https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#search/report+dev%40airavata.apache.org/13ec2f36f36a76bb>we
started. Anyway the the report can also be accessed
here<https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vATyBC7ZoH9hSgbpqCHSH4abyUC0eAMu-eG6ZPjyScc/edit#>.
Lot of modifications needs to be carried out conceptual and hence
architectural level. So your valuable comments are highly appreciated and
help given thus far has kept us going on right track.

Thank you !











On Sun, Apr 21, 2013 at 1:43 AM, Martin Desruisseaux <
martin.desruisseaux@geomatys.fr> wrote:

> Hello Bruce
>
> Le 20/04/13 21:01, Bruce Barkstrom a écrit :
>
>  If you approached this from a kind of generic computer science standpoint,
>> it would seem natural to create a record structure at the finest spatial
>> resolution.
>> At each point in this structure, you would define a record such as
>>
>> type Data_Record is record
>>     longitude : double;
>>     latitude : double;
>>     SST : double;
>>     Chlorophyl_A : double;
>>     SLA : double;
>>     Eckman_Pumping : double;
>>     ...
>> end record;
>>
>
> Yes, this is basically what I did, where (longitude, latitude) were
> locations of fisheries data, and some additional columns exist for the
> fisheries data themselves. The mechanism that I wanted to describe was
> precisely about generating those records (more precisely, about filling the
> SST, Chlorophyl_a, SLA and Eckman_Pumping columns in those records).
>
>     Regards,
>
>         Martin
>
>

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