11 November 1996 OASIS: an EOSDIS science computing facility
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Abstract
In the course of global change studies, a scientist would often like to efficiently store, retrieve, analyze and interpret selected data sets from a large collection of scientific information scattered across heterogeneous computational environments, Earth observing system data repositories, and to share the gleaned information with other scientific communities. To facilitate the above activities, we have developed OASIS, a flexible, extensible, and seamless environment for scientific data analysis, knowledge discovery, visualization, and collaboration.
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Edmond Mesrobian, Edmond Mesrobian, Richard R. Muntz, Richard R. Muntz, Eddie C. Shek, Eddie C. Shek, Silvia Nittel, Silvia Nittel, Marc LaRouche, Marc LaRouche, Mark Kriguer, Mark Kriguer, Frank Fabbrocino, Frank Fabbrocino, "OASIS: an EOSDIS science computing facility", Proc. SPIE 2820, Earth Observing System, (11 November 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.258110; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.258110
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