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A versatile data-intensive computing platform for information retrieval from big geospatial data

  
Future Generation Computer Systems, Vol. 81 (April 2018), pp. 30-40
edited by Elsevier
Keywords: big-data   cloud-computing   foss   geospatial  

Abstract

The increasing amount of free and open geospatial data of interest to major societal questions calls for the development of innovative data-intensive computing platforms for the efficient and effective extraction of information from these data. This paper proposes a versatile petabyte-scale platform based on commodity hardware and equipped with open-source software for the operating system, the distributed file system, and the task scheduler for batch processing as well as the containerization of user specific applications. Interactive visualization and processing based on ...

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