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An intelligent service layer upgrades environmental information management

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1 Author(s)
Athanasiadis, I.N. ; Istituto Dalle di Studi su''ll Intelligenza Artificiale, Lugano

A service-oriented architecture has been developed that addresses the shortcomings of the typical environmental management information system (EIMS). Called AISLE, it is an adaptive intelligent service layer for environmental information management that mediates between existing environmental data providers and actual end-user applications that require preprocessed data streams from the sources. AISLE uses agent-oriented software engineering with service-oriented primitives to deliver on-time, enriched information ot its end without human intervention. The AISLE approach paves the way for environmental institutes to incorporate dissemination services and shows the potential of service-oriented architectures in operational decision making, data fusion, and dissemination of environmental information

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IT Professional  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 3 )