[ESIP-all] ESIP IT&I Telecon Next Week!
ramachandran at ornl.gov
Thu Oct 28 16:52:08 EDT 2010
ESIP IT & Interop Telecon Nov 3 2010 at 02:00 PM ET
Rant and Rave Presentation:
ISO Metadata Standards and Interoperable Understanding
Ted Habermann, NOAA/NESDIS/NGDC
Documentation provides the context that adds understanding and knowledge to data. The ISO Standards for documenting data (19115, 19115-2), and services (19119) extend the range of standard documentation considerably beyond previously available approaches. They include increased utilization of technologies like UML, XML and linking and content areas like data quality and processing history. These extensions can build an emerging foundation of data interoperability into an infrastructure for interoperable understanding. This process will involve active collaboration between many environmental data providers and archives all over the world that are currently in the process of adopting and understanding how to effectively use the ISO Standards.
This seminar will describe ISO capabilities in the context of parallels between metadata tools and data interoperability approaches
developed and used by UCAR and others. I will demonstrate how directories shared over the web, transport standards, and community conventions build the foundation for documentation access and data understanding. I will also demonstrate crosswalks and connections between ISO, THREDDS, and NetCDF documentation and some ideas and approaches to improving documentation across the entire spectrum of environmental
Other Agenda Items:
- Semi-formal ESIP publication platform prototype
- Winter Meeting Planning – ideas for sessions
- Outreach Package development status
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