Environmental Data Exchange Network for Inland Water

  • ID: 1760476
  • Book
  • 328 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Understanding and protecting our environment is a key component of environmental development, yet access to a wide range of high-quality information is currently based on very limited data due to lack of the exchange of data between source and recipient.

This three part book that first discusses the importance of data exchange and describes why it is essential for gathering data in the environmental sciences. Part Two takes the results of the Environmental Data Exchange Network for Inland Water project (EDEN-IW), and addresses its objectives for ensuring that the needs of citizens and enterprises of the environmental sciences community are met. Finally, Part Three takes a look at the wide variety of data policies and addresses how environment administrators in Europe can enhance their efficiency, openness and accountability.

- Discusses the importance of data exchange, as well as database integration and distribution of data with software agents- Provides the results, objectives, and focus of the EDEN-IW project for sharing knowledge- Addresses current data exchange policies and its future impact within the environmental fields

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Part I: Environmental Data Exchange

Chapter 1: Environmental Data Exchange for Inland Water

Chapter 2: An Example of a Data Exchange Network: The French System for Water Data

Chapter 3: The Evolution of Thematic Reporting Into a Shared Information System: An Example on Water

Chapter 4: Agent-Based Concepts For Environmental Data

Chapter 5: Review of Models and Technologies for Database Integration

Chapter 6: Security Issues For Distributed Software Agents

Part II: The EDEN-IW Project

Chapter 7: Introduction and Overview of Results

Chapter 8: Multi-Agent System Technology in Distributed Database Systems

Chapter 9: An Ontology-Based Approach for Enhancing Inland Water Information Retrieval from Heterogeneous Databases

Chapter 10: Quadrilingual List and Terminology Reference System

Chapter 11: Agent Communication Visualising Technologies

Chapter 12: Interaction with the User

Chapter 13: Geographical Information and Map Services

Chapter 14: Performance Issues of Distributed Systems

Part III: Perspectives and Data Harmonisation

Chapter 15: Environmental Data: Edge Issues and the Path Forward

Chapter 16: A Water Reference for Europe

Chapter 17: Perspectives for Information Systems for Water

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