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Repositioning data management near data acquisition
Diviacco, P.; Sorribas, J.; De Cauwer, K.; Sinquin, J.-M.; Casas, R.; Busato, A.; Stoyanov, Y.; Scory, S. (2017). Repositioning data management near data acquisition, in: Diviacco, P. et al. (Ed.) Oceanographic and marine cross-domain data management for sustainable development. Advances in Environmental Engineering and Green Technologies, : pp. 178-199. hdl.handle.net/10.4018/978-1-5225-0700-0.ch008
In: Diviacco, P. et al. (Ed.) (2017). Oceanographic and marine cross-domain data management for sustainable development. Advances in Environmental Engineering and Green Technologies. IGI Global: Hershey. ISBN 978-1-5225-0700-0. xxv, 424 pp.
In: Advances in Environmental Engineering and Green Technologies. IGI Global: Hershey. ISSN 2326-9162; e-ISSN 2326-9170

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  • Diviacco, P.
  • Sorribas, J.
  • De Cauwer, K.
  • Sinquin, J.-M.
  • Casas, R.
  • Busato, A.
  • Stoyanov, Y.
  • Scory, S.

Abstract
    This chapter intends to propose a solution to the progressive paradigmatic drift that emerges when data is part of a workflow where processes and contexts are not accessible. In this case end users can have difficulties in identifying possible anomalies, or events that might be very important for the dataset and its interpretation. Since sustainable development is based on cross-disciplinary studies, this can revert in misunderstanding and difficulties to work collaboratively. To address this issue it is proposed to fill the gap between the data and its acquisition through a logging system named EARS that records underway data such as for example: meteo or swell, and events such as: anomalies or acquisition milestones. Once all these information are stored, they can be linked to the data through an OGC compliant metadata model and gathered as summaries as required by several data management initiatives.

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