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|Title:||Inter-disciplinary Interoperability for Global Sustainability Research|
|Authors:||CRAGLIA Massimo; NATIVI Stefano; SANTORO Mattia; VACCARI LORENZINO; FUGAZZA CRISTIANO|
|Citation:||GeoSpatial Semantics, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference, Geos 2011, Brest, France, May 2011 - ISBN 978-3-642-20629-0, ISSN 0302-9743 vol. 6631 p. 1-15|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||The implementation of the INSPIRE Directive in Europe and similar efforts around the globe to develop spatial data infrastructures and global systems of systems have been focusing largely on the adoption of agreed technologies, standards, and specifications to meet the (systems) interoperability challenge. Addressing the key scientific challenges of humanity in the 21st century requires however a much increased multi-disciplinary effort, which in turn makes more complex demands on the type of systems and arrangements needed to support it. This paper analyses the challenges for interdisciplinary interoperability using the experience of the EuroGEOSS research project. It argues that interdisciplinary requires mutual understanding of requirements, methods, theoretical underpinning and tacit knowledge, and this in turn demands for a flexible approach to interoperability based on mediation, brokering and semantic multidisciplinary interoperability. The paper demonstrates the implications of adopting this approach and charts the trajectory for the evolution of current spatial data infrastructures.|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for Environment and Sustainability|
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