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Title: Software for storage and processing coded messages for the international exchange of meteorological information
Authors: Popov, Vladimir Nikolaevich
Botygin, Igor Aleksandrovich
Kolochev, A. S.
Keywords: программное обеспечение; хранение; обработка; сообщения; международный обмен; метеорологическая информация; коды; метеорологические наблюдения; большие объемы; климатические процессы
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Citation: Popov V. N. Software for storage and processing coded messages for the international exchange of meteorological information / V. N. Popov, I. A. Botygin, A. S. Kolochev // Journal of Physics: Conference Series. — 2017. — Vol. 803 : Information Technologies in Business and Industry (ITBI2016) : International Conference, 21–26 September 2016, Tomsk, Russian Federation : [proceedings]. — [012122, 5 p.].
Abstract: The approach allows representing data of international codes for exchange of meteorological information using metadescription as the formalism associated with certain categories of resources. Development of metadata components was based on an analysis of the data of surface meteorological observations, atmosphere vertical sounding, atmosphere wind sounding, weather radar observing, observations from satellites and others. A common set of metadata components was formed including classes, divisions and groups for a generalized description of the meteorological data. The structure and content of the main components of a generalized metadescription are presented in detail by the example of representation of meteorological observations from land and sea stations. The functional structure of a distributed computing system is described. It allows organizing the storage of large volumes of meteorological data for their further processing in the solution of problems of the analysis and forecasting of climatic processes.
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