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Issue No.05 - Sept.-Oct. (2012 vol.14)
pp: 21-30
Jun Wang , Indiana University
Marlon Pierce , Indiana University
Yu Ma , Indiana University
Geoffrey Fox , Indiana University
Andrea Donnellan , Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA
Jay Parker , Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA
Margaret Glasscoe , Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA
ABSTRACT
Service-based geographic information system (GIS) technologies can enable an open-architecture cyberinfrastructure to provide standards-compliant data products and computing services for both earthquake research and disaster planning and response. Here, a service-based GIS framework is evaluated using examples from two earthquake science projects: QuakeSim and E-Decider.
INDEX TERMS
Earthquakes, Cloud computing, Geospatial analysis, Service oriented architecture, Geographic information systems, Computational modeling, Predictive models, geographic information system, GIS, earthquake, service-oriented architecture, cloud computing, scientific computing
CITATION
Jun Wang, Marlon Pierce, Yu Ma, Geoffrey Fox, Andrea Donnellan, Jay Parker, Margaret Glasscoe, "Using Service-Based GIS to Support Earthquake Research and Disaster Response", Computing in Science & Engineering, vol.14, no. 5, pp. 21-30, Sept.-Oct. 2012, doi:10.1109/MCSE.2012.61
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