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Issue No.04 - April (2008 vol.41)
pp: 33-40
Yong Xue , State Key Laboratory of Remote Sensing Science
Wei Wan , State Key Laboratory of Remote Sensing Science
Yingjie Li , Graduated University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
Jie Guang , State Key Laboratory of Remote Sensing Science
Linyian Bai , State Key Laboratory of Remote Sensing Science
Ying Wang , State Key Laboratory of Remote Sensing Science
Jianwen Ai , State Key Laboratory of Remote Sensing Science
ABSTRACT
The remote sensing information service grid node (RSIN) is a tool for dealing with climate change and quantitative environmental monitoring. Based on the high-throughput computing grid, RSIN enables a workflow management system for data placement. The accompanying unified data-and-computation-schedule algorithm helps load balancing between and within workflow steps.
INDEX TERMS
data-intensive computing, distributed system, grid computing, remote sensing
CITATION
Yong Xue, Wei Wan, Yingjie Li, Jie Guang, Linyian Bai, Ying Wang, Jianwen Ai, "Quantitative Retrieval of Geophysical Parameters Using Satellite Data", Computer, vol.41, no. 4, pp. 33-40, April 2008, doi:10.1109/MC.2008.132
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