Towards information management for the synoptic interpretation of complex geoscientific models - the virtual CO2storage project "CO2-MoPa" as an example
Analysis, simulation and interpretation of complex subsurface processes involve a considerable number of different types of models, which are developed by cooperating research groups of different disciplines of the earth sciences. Whereas for the individual processes, theories, methods, algorithms and modeling software are well established and documented, there is no canonical set of methods for the integration of process simulations from a network of different disciplines into one complex model. Within the scope of the virtual CO2 storage research project "CO2MoPa", we consider modern methods of information handling, namely Semantic Web, spatiotemporal DBMS, and visualization technology, which can be employed in the workflow of a multi-disciplinary cooperation of participating research groups. This approach enhances the information exchange, documentation, and finally the analysis and synoptic interpretation of the obtained results.
Thomsen, Andreas / Götze, Hans-Jürgen / Altenbrunn, Kerstin: Towards information management for the synoptic interpretation of complex geoscientific models - the virtual CO2storage project "CO2-MoPa" as an example. 2012.
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