ARIADNE Plus e il D4GNA-Dataset per il Geoportale Nazionale per l'Archeologia Acconcia V., Boi V., Candela L., Falcone A., Mangiacrapa F., Massara F., Pagano P., Sinibaldi F. L'articolo racconta l'esperienza del D4GNA - Dataset per il Geoportale Nazionale dell'Archeologia nato nell'ambito del progetto ARIADNEplus (Advanced Research Infrastructure for Archaeological Dataset Networking in Europe - plus), conclusosi lo scorso 31 dicembre. Il contributo parte dal contesto più ampio del progetto europeo per addentrarsi nel mondo dei dati archeologici italiani; la soluzione tecnologica, la standardizzazione, la dematerializzazione e la condivisione in rete dei dati sono i temi toccati in questo percorso che ci illustra il procedere verso un obiettivo virtuoso: il Geoportale Nazionale per l'Archeologia (GNA). Il GNA, realizzato dall'Istituto Centrale per l'Archeologia (ICA) e che sarà in rete dal 10 luglio 2023, è il punto di accesso nazionale per accogliere e consultare gli interventi archeologici svolti sotto la direzione scientifica del Ministero della Cultura (MiC), le indagini archeologiche condotte da università e altri enti di ricerca, nonché altre banche dati territoriali.Source: Digitalia (Online) 1 (2023): 129–140. doi:10.36181/digitalia-00064 DOI: 10.36181/digitalia-00064 Project(s): ARIADNEplus Metrics:
Virtual research environments co-creation: the D4Science experience Assante M., Candela L., Castelli D., Cirillo R., Coro G., Dell'Amico A., Frosini L., Lelii L., Lettere M., Mangiacrapa F., Pagano P., Panichi G., Piccioli T., Sinibaldi F. Virtual research environments are systems called to serve the needs of their designated communities of practice. Every community of practice is a group of people dynamically aggregated by the willingness to collaborate to address a given research question. The virtual research environment provides its users with seamless access to the resources of interest (namely, data and services) no matter what and where they are. Developing a virtual research environment thus to guarantee its uptake from the community of practice is a challenging task. In this article, we advocate how the co-creation driven approach promoted by D4Science has proven to be effective. In particular, we present the co-creation options supported, discuss how diverse communities of practice have exploited these options, and give some usage indicators on the created VREs.Source: Concurrency and computation (Online) (2022). doi:10.1002/cpe.6925 DOI: 10.1002/cpe.6925 Project(s): AGINFRA PLUS , Blue Cloud , EOSC-Pillar , SoBigData-PlusPlus Metrics:
InfraScience research activity report 2021 Artini M., Assante M., Atzori C., Baglioni M., Bardi A., Bove P., Candela L., Casini G., Castelli D., Cirillo R., Coro G., De Bonis M., Debole F., Dell'Amico A., Frosini L., La Bruzzo S., Lazzeri E., Lelii L., Manghi P., Mangiacrapa F., Mangione D., Mannocci A., Ottonello E., Pagano P., Panichi G., Pavone G., Piccioli T., Sinibaldi F., Straccia U. InfraScience is a research group of the National Research Council of Italy - Institute of Information Science and Technologies (CNR - ISTI) based in Pisa, Italy. This report documents the research activity performed by this group in 2021 to highlight the major results. In particular, the InfraScience group confronted with research challenges characterising Data Infrastructures, eScience, and Intelligent Systems. The group activity is pursued by closely connecting research and development and by promoting and supporting open science. In fact, the group is leading the development of two large scale infrastructures for Open Science, i.e. D4Science and OpenAIRE.
During 2021 InfraScience members contributed to the publishing of 25 papers, to the research and development activities of 18 research projects (15 funded by EU), to the organization of conferences and training events, to several working groups and task forces.Source: ISTI Annual report, 2022 DOI: 10.32079/isti-ar-2022/001 Project(s): ARIADNEplus , Blue Cloud , PerformFISH , EOSC-Pillar , DESIRA , EOSC Future , EOSCsecretariat.eu , EcoScope , RISIS 2 , OpenAIRE-Advance , OpenAIRE Nexus , SoBigData-PlusPlus Metrics:
NAVIGATOR: an Italian regional imaging biobank to promote precision medicine for oncologic patients Borgheresi R., Barucci A., Colantonio S., Aghakhanyan G., Assante M., Bertelli E., Carlini E., Carpi R., Caudai C., Cavallero D., Cioni D., Cirillo R., Colcelli V., Dell'Amico A., Di Gangi D., Erba P. A., Faggioni L., Falaschi Z., Gabelloni M., Gini R., Lelii L., Liò P., Lorito A., Lucarini S., Manghi P., Mangiacrapa F., Marzi C., Mazzei M. A., Mercatelli L., Mirabile A., Mungai F., Miele V., Olmastroni M., Pagano P., Paiar F., Panichi G., Pascali M. A., Pasquinelli F., Shortrede J. E., Tumminello L., Volterrani L., Neri E., On Behalf Of The Navigator Consortium Group NAVIGATOR is an Italian regional project to boost precision medicine in oncology with the aim to make it more predictive, preventive, and personalised by advancing translational research based on quantitative imaging and integrative omics analyses. The project's goal is to develop an open imaging biobank for the collection and preservation of a large amount of standardised imaging multimodal datasets, including computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and positron emission tomography data, together with the corresponding patient-related and omics-related relevant information extracted from regional healthcare services using an adapted privacy-preserving model. The project is based on an open-source imaging biobank and an open-science oriented virtual research environment (VRE).
Available integrative omics and multi-imaging data of three use cases (prostate cancer, rectal cancer, and gastric cancer) will be collected. All data confined in NAVIGATOR (i.e. standard and novel imaging biomarkers, non-imaging data, health agency data) will be used to create a digital patient model, to support the reliable prediction of the disease phenotype and risk stratification. The VRE that relies on a well-established infrastructure, called D4Science.org, will further provide a multiset infrastructure for processing the integrative omics data, extracting specific radiomic signatures, and for identification and testing of novel imaging biomarkers through big data analytics and artificial intelligence.Source: European radiology experimental Online 6 (2022). doi:10.1186/s41747-022-00306-9 DOI: 10.1186/s41747-022-00306-9 Metrics:
Geoportal data entry app [Release 3.0.0] Mangiacrapa F. Il sistema "geoportal-data-entry-app", nasce nell'ambito del progetto europeo "ARIADNEPlus", in cui in collaborazione e per i referenti dell'Istituto centrale per l'Archeologia (ICA) e per il Ministero dei Beni Culturali, si è realizzato un ambiente di prototipazione per il Geoportale Nazionale per l'Archeologia (GNA). In particolare, il sistema permette agli attori che lo utilizzano, il Project management (data entry e gestione del ciclo di vita) di prodotti spazio-temporali basati su Use Case Descriptor (UCD) document che ne specificano il modello del documento, gestione, lifecycle, handler, etc. Pertanto il sistema permette di: (i) accedere e ricercare i prodotti pubblicati nel sistema, (ii) accedere al report di pubblicazione dei prodotti, visionare lo stato di pubblicazione (SUCCESS, WARNING, ERROR), etc., (iii) accedere alla loro visualizzazione su mappa, (iv) gestire il loro contenuto mediante il flusso (Workflow) di pubblicazione, (v) gestire le relazioni (collegamenti temporali e/o qualitativi) tra i prodotti. Il sistema in generale consente il data-entry di qualsivoglia prodotto avente caratteristiche spazio-temporali e non, i cui metadati sono specificati da un indice che specifica uno o più Metadata Profile e la struttura del JSON risultante. Un Metadata Profile è un documento XML-based di specifica di un "prodotto generico" (es. un dataset spazio-temporale) e dei suoi attributi, che indica la lista dei metadati che lo compongono e che possono essere di tipo descrittivo, spaziale, temporale, risorsa (es. file immagine), ecc..Project(s): ARIADNEplus
Geoportal data viewer app [Release 3.0.0] Mangiacrapa F. Il sistema "geoportal-data-viewer-app", nasce nell'ambito del progetto europeo "ARIADNEPlus", in cui in collaborazione e per i referenti dell'Istituto centrale per l'Archeologia (ICA) e per il Ministero dei Beni Culturali si è realizzato un ambiente di prototipazione per il Geoportale Nazionale per l'Archeologia (GNA). In particolare, il sistema permette agli attori che lo utilizzano, l'accesso e la ricerca di prodotti spazio-temporali, mediante una web-map GIS che consente di: (i) fruire e ricercare i prodotti pubblicati nel sistema tramite "mappa geografica" (dimensione spaziale), (ii) navigazione delle relazioni tra progetti (evoluzione dei progetti nel tempo) tramite "timeline" widget (dimensione temporale), (iii) visionare i metadati e le risorse (immagini, layer, ecc..) dei prodotti tramite la "vista sui dettagli", (iv) esportare una vista della mappa con il layer di interesse o aggiungere i layer di un progetto alla mappa principale, (v) gestire ordine e sovrapposizione dei layer, (vi) fare interrogazioni spaziali sui layer e visionare il loro risultato, (vii) ricercare tramite interrogazioni su metadati o dimensione temporale i prodotti di interesse.Project(s): ARIADNEplus
gCube D4Science Data Catalog [Release 2.2.4] Mangiacrapa F. The gCube Data Catalogue is a software component that provides facilities for: a) (meta)data publishing and management based on roles; b) vres' products publishing; c) making data products publicly available; d) enriching products of metadata to maximise their potential reuse and making them searchable (via title, tags etc) are based on the CKAN technology. The gcube-ckan-datacatalog application allows to show all the metadata available in the CKAN instance, as well as publish a new product, retrieve the list of organizations (i.e. Virtual Research Environments) to which the user belongs and his/her already published products. Moreover, the "gcube-ckan-datacatalog" application (via configuration) provides moderation of its content enabling the user/s with the Moderator role to approve/reject the products under review.Project(s): Blue Cloud
EOSC-Pillar D5.6 - FAIR Research Data Management Tool Set Update Candela L., Frosini L., Mangiacrapa F., Rouchon O., Toulemonde B., Le Franc Y. This document is an update of D5.1, a report accompanying the delivery of the bundle of service instance(s) resulting from T5.1 and T5.2 activities. It provides a short summary of the work, the list of services and how to access them as also described in D5.2. The tool set aims at offering solutions for Research Data Management promoting the implementation of FAIR principles and practices.Source: ISTI Project report, EOSC-Pillar, D5.6, 2022 Project(s): EOSC-Pillar
EOSC-Pillar D5.7 - FAIR Research Data Management Workbench Operation Report Update Candela L., Frosini L., Le Franc Y., Mangiacrapa F., Rouchon O., Toulemonde B. EOSC-Pillar developed and integrated a set of tools and services overall supporting the construction and maintenance of an aggregated data space implementing the FAIR principles. This deliverable documents the activities and results (e.g., indicators on integrated data providers, and datasets, indicators on datasets accesses) of the operation of the EOSC-Pillar toolset enacting the development of the EOSC-Pillar data space. This is the revised and final release of this typology of deliverable. It updates D5.2 and offers information up to November 2022.Source: ISTI Project report, EOSC-Pillar, D5.7, 2022 Project(s): EOSC-Pillar
Blue-Cloud D4.6 - Blue Cloud VRE Operation Report (Release 2) M. Assante, L. Candela, P. Pagano, R. Cirillo, A. Dell'Amico, L. Frosini, L. Lelii, F. Mangiacrapa, G. Panichi, F. Sinibaldi The Blue-Cloud project developed a cyber platform bringing together and providing access to multidisciplinary data from observations and models, analytical tools, and computing facilities essential to support research to better understand and manage the many aspects of ocean sustainability. The Blue-Cloud platform architecture consists of two major families of components: (a) the Blue Cloud Data Discovery and Access service to serve federated discovery and access to 'blue data' infrastructures, and (b) the Blue Cloud Virtual Research Environment (VRE) to provide a Blue Cloud VRE as a federation of computing platforms and analytical services.
This Deliverable D4.6 "Blue Cloud VRE Operation (Release 2)" is the revised and updated version of the D4.1 "Blue Cloud VRE Operation (Release 1)" . It reports on the Blue-Cloud Virtual Research Environment (VRE) by complementing the architecture and infrastructure described in , where the constituents have been discussed. Specifically, this deliverable focuses on how the components have been exploited and operated to support the development of the Blue-Cloud gateway https://blue-cloud.d4science.org, its underlying infrastructure, and the VLabs.
9 Blue-Cloud VLabs were created and operated in the first period, while an additional 5 Blue-Cloud VLabs were created and operated in the second reporting period, from M17 (February 2021) to M35 (September 2022), bringing the total on 14 operational VLabs. Two VLabs of the second reporting period are specifically conceived to support the developments of the Blue-Cloud Demonstrators: (i) The Plankton Genomics VLab has been developed in the context of the Demonstrator #2, and (ii) The Marine Environmental Indicators Dev VLab has been developed in the context of the Demonstrator #3 - Marine Environmental Indicators. In order to support the Blue-Cloud Hackathon1 event held in February 2022 the (iii) Blue-Cloud Hackathon VLab has been developed. Finally, in the framework of the Blue-Cloud synergies programme two additional VLabs were developed as pilots to support the work of (iv) the JERICO-CORE multi-platform research infrastructure dedicated to a holistic appraisal of coastal marine system changes, and (v) the JONAS initiative, addressing the issue of underwater noise in the Atlantic Seas.
These working environments are serving more than 1,300 users in total spread across more than 20 countries. Up to mid of September 2022, a total of more than 25,700 working sessions have been executed, with an average of 1,286 working sessions per month since the start of the Blue-Cloud project in October 2019. A total of more than 2,230 analytics sessions have been executed by the users of the VLabs, with an average of 55 working sessions per month.
From M17 (February 2021) to M35 (September 2022), a total of 212 tickets have been created and managed in the Blue-Cloud Project Issue Trackers (85% have been closed). Moreover, 34 tickets related to Blue-Cloud have been created in the D4Science overall context (88% have been closed).Source: ISTI Project report, Blue-Cloud, D4.6, 2022 Project(s): Blue Cloud
ARIADNEplus D15.2 - Final report on ARIADNEplus services Marberg J. F., Bardi A., Vlachidis A., Meghini C., Binding C., Tudhope D., Sinibaldi F., Ponchio F., Mangiacrapa F., Radman-Livaja I., Callieri M., Potenziani M., Lamé M., Assante M., Pagano P., Hermon S., Vassallo V. This deliverable describes the activities carried out within Work Package 15 (WP15) of the ARIADNEplus project by the different partners and describes the results achieved.
The work package consists of several individual tasks and subtasks with the overall goal to develop and provide useful services to archaeologists. This means the work package is by nature heterogeneous with stand-alone tasks and services. Efforts have been made to facilitate collaboration between the individual tasks through joint work package meetings. This has resulted in new cross-task contacts being made, and some sharing of expertise to improve services has been done.
A service design template aligning the ARIADNEplus services with the requirements from European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) has been created. In connection with this, the ARIADNEplus AO-CAT ontology has been adapted to the requirements from EOSC Resource Data Model (Task 15.1).
The Visual Media Service (Task 15.2.1) has had a new format added, allowing for 2D visualisation of LIDAR data in DEM format. In addition, three other standards have been added: gITF, ThreeJS and IIIF, supporting various functionality in the service. The service has also been adapted to support integration with the ARIADNEplus infrastructure in D4Science.
A visual wizard has been defined to guide Visual Media Service users to add hotspots to a 3D scene easily and quickly. This extension, initially implemented in 3DHOP will allow archaeologists to create interactive links from the digital 3D model to the related documentation without writing any source code (Task 15.2.2).
Task 15.2.3 reworked the Online 3D Database System for Endangered architectural and archaeological Heritage in the south Eastern MEditerRAnea area (EpHEMERA). EpHEMERA is a service provided by the Cyprus Institute to visualize in 3D archaeological excavations, ancient buildings, and their related documentation. In EpHEMERA, it is possible to visualise, online and through standard web browsers, 3D architectural and archaeological models (classified according to a specific type of risk), query the database system and retrieve metadata attached to each digital object, and extract geometric and morphological information about the Cultural Heritage asset.
The visualisation and annotation tool of the TSS project have been ported to the OpenLime library and integrated into the Visual Media Service (Task 15.2.1). An additional layer of SVG annotations have been developed and added to the service. The Annotation service have been used and improved in three different pilot projects. (Task 15.3.2)
Various strands of work have been done improving services for text mining and Natural Language Processing (Task 15.4). One of these efforts has been building upon the outcomes of the preceding ARIADNE project. A set of archaeological Named Entity Recognition NLP pipelines were reconfigured and deployed for easier use on the General Architecture for Text Engineering (GATE) cloud. Another effort has been on extracting temporal archaeological information using two different parallel approaches, normalisation and named entity recognition. A Python development platform has been used to unify the various services.
A Vocabulary Annotation Tool (Task 15.3.1) was developed using the same platform, as part of Task 15.4. The tool facilitates the locating and tagging of vocabulary terms within free text and outputs suggested subject annotations in a range of formats.
The GeoPortal service (Task 15.5) is a new REST service designed to manage complex spatio-temporal documents defined by metadata profiles. It was released as a component of the gCube framework. A prototype using the service was deployed and operated to manage archaeological excavation projects (Task 15.7).
Two services for querying the RDF AO-Cat metadata records aggregated by the ARIADNEplus Infrastructure was established (Task 15.6): a full-text index service and a SPARQL endpoint. The full- text index service is based on OpenSearch and supports the needed query functionality of the ARIADNEplus portal. The SPARQL endpoint allows performance of semantic queries on the RDF records within the ARIADNEplus data and knowledge cloud.Source: ISTI Project report, ARIADNEplus, D15.2, 2022 Project(s): ARIADNEplus
ARIADNEplus D13.4 - VREs Operation Final Activity Report Assante M., Cirillo R., Dell'Amico A., Pagano P., Candela L., Frosini L., Lelii L., Mangiacrapa F., Panichi G., Piccioli T., Sinibaldi F. Virtual Research Environments (VREs) are "systems" specifically conceived to provide their users with a web-based set of facilities (including services, data and computational facilities) to accomplish a set of tasks by dynamically relying on the underlying infrastructure. VREs are among the key products developed and delivered by the ARIADNEplus project to support the target communities and application scenarios in archaeology.
The development of VREs is based on three main activities: (i) the development of software artifacts that realise a set of functions (including those needed for accessing certain datasets), (ii) the deployment of these artifacts in an operational infrastructure following the release procedures and tools presented in the deliverable D13.1 "Software Release Procedures and Tools JRA2", and (iii) the final deployment and operation of well-defined Virtual Research Environments by exploiting the facilities offered by the underlying D4Science infrastructure and its services .
This deliverable D13.4 - "VREs Operation Final Activity Report'' is the updated version of D13.2 - "VREs Operation Mid-term Activity Report ''. D13.4 documents the last of the above- mentioned three activities - i.e. the exploitation of the services and technologies offered by the underlying infrastructure to serve the needs of defined scenarios - as implemented in the second period, from January 2021 to November 2022 - of the ARIADNEplus project. Specifically, it focuses on how the components have been exploited and operated to support the development of the ARIADNEplus VRE gateway https://ariadne.d4science.org, its underlying infrastructure, and the VREs from M25 (January 2021) to M47 (November 2022). These activities have been carried out within Work Package 13. Specifically in Task 13.1 Infrastructure Operation (JRA2.1) and Task 13.3 VREs Operation (JRA2.3).
In addition to the 5 VREs created and operated in the first period, 3 more VREs were created and operated in the second reporting period, for a total of 8 VREs. One VRE of the second reporting period, namely ARIADNEplus Lab (cf. Section 4.6), was created in July 2021 as the virtual laboratory to support developers, researchers, data managers, and data analysts belonging to the archaeological community worldwide. The "Geoportale Nazionale per l'Archeologia (GNA)" VRE (cf. Section 4.7) was created in January 2022, as the evolution of the existing Geoportal Prototype VRE (cf. Section 4.4), which was developed for the integration, validation, harmonization, visualization, and access of archaeological georeferenced datasets collected in Italy. Finally, the Esquiline VRE (cf. Section 4.8) was created in October 2022 for the integration and display of data originating from 19th century excavations and historical cartography in a spatio-temporal database, allowing the reconstruction of the transformation of an urban landscape through the centuries.
As of November 2022, the VREs are serving the needs of more than 400 users in total spread across 21 countries and more than 10.000 user sessions. This required to deal with approximately 100 tickets (59 requests for support, 9 requests for incidents and bugs, 9 requests for Virtual Machine or Container creations).Source: ISTI Project report, ARIADNEplus, D13.4, 2022 Project(s): ARIADNEplus
ARIADNEplus D13.3 - Software release final activity report Assante M., Cirillo R., Frosini L., Millet P., Pagano P., Candela L., Dell'Amico A., Lelii L., Mangiacrapa F., Panichi G. This deliverable D13.3 - "Software Release Final Activity Report - JRA2" documents the software packages produced by the project to implement the functionalities of the ARIADNEplus infrastructure, accessible from https://ariadne.d4science.org. These open- source software releases followed the procedures described in D13.1 Software Release Procedures and Tools - JRA2 governing the release of software, methods, and tools for the ARIADNEplus infrastructure.
D13.3 reports on (i) the ARIADNE VRE software releases, where a total of 29 different release cycles were performed during the project period. Each release contained EUPL licensed software, whose source is accessible on the Code Versioning System (CVS) platform publicly available online at https://code-repo.d4science.org/gCubeCI/gCubeReleases, and reports on (ii) the ARIADNE Portal software releases whose source is accessible on the Code Versioning System (CVS) platform publicly available online https://github.com/ARIADNE- Infrastructure/portal.
These activities have been carried out in the context of Task 13.4 Software integration and release (JRA2.4) as part of Work Package 13 (WP13). This task managed the process of software maintenance, enhancement, and provisioning in JRA work packages. Thus, it i) defines the release and provisioning procedures; ii) establishes the release plan; iii) coordinates the release process; iv) operates the tools required to support the release and provisioning activities; v) validates the software documentation; vi) takes care of the distribution of the software and its provisioning. This task benefits from the practices established and experience gained within the D4Science infrastructure.Source: ISTI Project report, ARIADNEplus, D13.3, 2022 Project(s): ARIADNEplus
D4Science activity report 2022 Assante M., Candela L., Castelli D., Cirillo R., Coro G., Dell'Amico A., Frosini L., Lelii L., Mangiacrapa F., Pagano P., Panichi G., Piccioli T., Sinibaldi F., Zoppi F. D4Science is an IT infrastructure specifically conceived to support the development and operation of Virtual Research Environments by the as-a-Service provisioning mode.
This report documents the activities performed in 2022 to develop this infrastructure and support several projects and exploitations.Source: ISTI Technical Report, ISTI-2022-TR/037, 2022 DOI: 10.32079/isti-tr-2022/037 Project(s): ARIADNEplus , Blue Cloud , EOSC-Pillar , DESIRA , SoBigData-PlusPlus Metrics:
InfraScience research activity report 2022 Artini M., Assante M., Atzori C., Baglioni M., Bardi A., Bove P., Candela L., Casini G., Castelli D., Cirillo R., Coro G., De Bonis M., Debole F., Dell'Amico A., Frosini L., La Bruzzo S., Lelii L., Manghi P., Mangiacrapa F., Mangione D., Mannocci A., Ottonello E., Pagano P., Panichi G., Pavone G., Piccioli T., Sinibaldi F., Straccia U., Zoppi F. InfraScience is a research group of the National Research Council of Italy - Institute of Information Science and Technologies (CNR - ISTI) based in Pisa, Italy. This report documents the research activity performed by this group in 2022 to highlight the major results. In particular, the InfraScience group confronted with research challenges characterising Data Infrastructures, e-Science, and Intelligent Systems. The group activity is pursued by closely connecting research and development and by promoting and supporting open science. In fact, the group is leading the development of two large scale infrastructures for Open Science, i.e. D4Science and OpenAIRE. During 2022 InfraScience members contributed to the publishing of several papers, to the research and development activities of 18 research projects (15 funded by EU), to the organization of conferences and training events, to several working groups and task forces.Source: ISTI Annual reports, 2022 Project(s): ARIADNEplus , Blue Cloud , EOSC-Pillar , DESIRA , EOSC Future , RISIS 2 , TAILOR , SoBigData-PlusPlus
gCube Workspace environment [Release 6.28.6] Mangiacrapa F. The gCube Workspace environment represents a collaborative area in which users can save, exchange, share, create public links and organize information objects (files) according to their specific needs. Because of this, every user of any Virtual Research Environment (VRE) in the D4Science Infrastructure is provided with this area. Such an area is further organized in workspaces as to resemble a classic folder-based file system.Project(s): Blue Cloud
gCube CMS Suite Sinibaldi F., Mangiacrapa F. gCube CMS Suite e' una applicazione gCube distribuita progettata per gestire il ciclo di pubblicazione di documenti spazio-temporali complessi chiamati Project, supportandone materializzazione e indicizzazione su varie piattaforme (Database, Cataloghi, Servizi OGC) all'interno di una VRE . Per massimizzare la sua riusabilita', e' stata concepita come insieme estendibile di moduli altamente configurabili.
Nasce dall'esigenza di gestire il flusso di pubblicazione dei Project in scenari eterogenei, e dalla volonta' di mettere a fattor comune le funzionalita' condivise come il supporto al GIS, operazioni CRUD, query e gestione del flusso. E' il motore dietro le soluzioni Geoportale in D4science.Project(s): ARIADNEplus
ARIADNEPlus - VREs operation mid-term activity report Assante M., Cirillo R., Dell'Amico A., Pagano P., Candela L., Frosini L., Lelii L., Mangiacrapa F., Panichi G., Sinibaldi F. This deliverable D13.2 - "VREs Operation Mid-term Activity Report" describes the activities carried out during the first 24 months of the ARIADNEplus project within Work Package 13. Specifically, in Task 13.1 Infrastructure Operation (JRA2.1) and Task 13.3 VREs Operation (JRA2.3). It reports the procedures governing the operation of the VREs as well as the status of the aggregated resources at mid-term in the ARIADNEplus infrastructure.Source: Project report, ARIADNEplus, D13.2, 2021 Project(s): ARIADNEplus