9 October 2009 Design and implementation of GGEarth spatial data service application system
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Proceedings Volume 7471, Second International Conference on Earth Observation for Global Changes; 74711V (2009) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.836772
Event: Second International Conference on Earth Observation for Global Changes, 2009, Chengdu, China
Abstract
The digital earth concept has aroused strong repercussions and been arousing researches boom both at home and abroad once it is proposed. Many digital earth prototype systems have been researched and distributed in worldwide, and the Google Earth is more typical. The booming development of digital earth's research and its prototype's development bring about G/S mode timely, a novel spatial information distributing access, and organization software architecture mode. Based on native GML spatial database system and Google Earth, with G/S mode as its architecture, and combination with GML/KML compressive transport and transformation, this paper proposed and designed the software architecture of GGEarth spatial data service application system, the research content and key implementation technologies were given. This system provides functions of data presentation, query, update and spatial analysis, which uses native GML spatial database (and GML, KML documents) as the standard data center, and the client based on Google Earth COM API as the front-end. This system can be applied in fields of digital city, digital tourism and traditional Web GIS. The authors developed the GGEarth experimental system and ran it with the data of '5.12' Wenchuan earthquake timing and the model data of digital Jiuzhaigou virtual tourism. Some running screenshots are also given.
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Jianhua Chen, Fang Miao, Weihong Wang, Huajun Wang, "Design and implementation of GGEarth spatial data service application system", Proc. SPIE 7471, Second International Conference on Earth Observation for Global Changes, 74711V (9 October 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.836772; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.836772
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