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Integrating CERIF entities in a multidisciplinary e-infrastructure for environmental research data. Enrico Boldrini a , Daniela Luzi b , Stefano Nativi a , Fabrizio Pecoraro b a Institute of Atmospheric Pollution Research, National Research Council (CNR-IIA), Sesto Fiorentino , Italy
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Enrico Boldrinia, Daniela Luzib,
Stefano Nativia, Fabrizio Pecorarob
aInstitute of Atmospheric Pollution Research, National Research Council (CNR-IIA), Sesto Fiorentino, Italy
bInstitute for Research on Population and Social Policies, National Research Council (CNR-IRPPS), Rome, Italy *
CRIS2014 - Rome, 13-15 May 2014
Proposal of different solutions to integrate research context information with environmental datasets
Two way crosswalk:
From ISO to CERIF:
Providing a CERIF guideline for the description of datasets according to the INSPIRE profile ISO 19115
From CERIF to ISO:
Proposing an ISO profile for contextual research information on the basis of CERIF concepts
Extension of the Brokering approach used in environmental
e-infrastructures with contextual research information based on CERIF
CERIF version 1.6
GI-cat enables scientific data search across different, heterogeneous data sources.
Results are profiled according to the desired model.
brokers CERIF datasets published according to the CERIF XML Schema
exposes the resources brokered returning documents which are conform to the CERIF XML Schema.
CERIF Documents stored in a XML repository are brokered by GI-cat and republished according to ISO 19115 through the CSW/ISO discovery interface, required by INSPIRE.
Aim: CERIF result products are made available according to INSPIRE
The CERIF profiler enables discovery through an OpenSearch interface.
INSPIRE datasets stored in a CSW ISO catalog can be discovered and converted to CERIF XML documents.
Aim: INSPIRE datasets are discovered and returned according to CERIF XML Schema
Discovery of primary data elements based on CERIF Result Product
CERIF semantic layer facilitates a flexible application of the model in heterogeneous environments
needs specific constraints and rules
to establish consistent semantic integration
Future work: service discovery, extending mapping to ISO 19119
Proposal of different solutions to be submitted to the euroCRIS community