[ESIP-all] Abstracts of AGU Broker Session

Jay Pearlman jay.pearlman at jandfent.com
Mon Jul 22 13:55:54 EDT 2013

Dear Colleague,
I would like to invite you to submit an abstract for the AGU 2013 Fall Meeting for the session IN033,  "The Brokering Approach for Geosciences."
The issues associated with effective multidisciplinary collaborations are being addressed through many approaches including Brokering. Authors are encouraged to submit presentations on Broker development and applications . A summary of the session is provided below.
Authors Instructions are as follows:
The deadline to submit your abstract is 6 August, 11:59 P.M. EDT.
Ready to submit? Some quick tips for authors:
·       Review the Abstract Submission Policies
·       The person submitting the abstract will automatically be the First Author.
·       The First Author MUST be an AGU member. Non-members are no longer able to submit abstracts with an AGU member sponsor. 
·       Your AGU membership fee for 2013 must be paid in order to be recognized as a member in the abstract submission system. Not sure if you've paid your 2013 dues? Log in as an AGU member to renew.
Further information for abstract submission is available at: https://fallmeeting.agu.org/2013/account/   
Please feel free to contact one of us if you have questions or need help  
Stefano Nativi 
stefano.nativi at cnr.it
Jay Pearlman
J&F Enterprise 
jay.pearlman at jandfent.com

IN033. The Brokering Approach for Geosciences

The session will cover the Brokering approach: a means of mediating interactions across heterogeneous multidisciplinary data sources and services. A distinguishing characteristic is that brokering shifts the burdens of enabling interoperability from users and providers to a third party service layer. Brokering can involve many different types of mediation and distribution services: translating and interpreting between protocols, vocabularies, business process models, etc. Brokering is being recognized as an essential component of complex (i.e. multi-organizational and multi-disciplinary) cyber-infrastructures. We solicit papers for this session on implementations that exemplify brokering-oriented architectural styles and components (i.e. Brokers).
More details are available at: https://fallmeeting.agu.org/2013/scientific-program/session-search/sessions/in033-the-brokering-approach-for-geosciences/  

Jay Pearlman, Ph.D.,  Fellow IEEE
Director, J&F Enterprise
Adjunct Professor, University of Colorado
Telephone: +1 206 713 7991 (mobile)
email: jay.pearlman at jandfent.com

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