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Title WMS capable live access server and portlet
Abstract Web Map Service (WMS) is an ISO standard protocol for accessing maps based on spatially referenced data. Via this protocol, it is possible to request maps over the web. The Tasmanian Partnership for Advanced Computing (TPAC) and NOAA have developed an extension to Live Access Server (LAS) web server designed to provide access to geo-referenced scientific data, that enables the server to respond to WMS requests. Additionally, TPAC has developed a JSR-168 WMS portlet, which is currently the only independent and open-sourced WMS portlet available. The current work is based on a minimal operational requirement for WMS 1.1.1. In the future, it is envisaged that the LAS extension and WMS portlet will be further developed to include the WMS 1.3.0 standard.
Organisation CCLRC , ESC
Keywords Natural environment , Engineering
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Presentation Presented at Advanced Computing, Grid Applications and eResearch (APAC07), Perth, Australia, 7-12 Oct 2007. 2007