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Modeling a Homogenate GIS Architecture Based On Service Oriented Architecture for the Tourism Mapping Needs
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Author(s)
Abubakar Agil Emhmed, Kalaivani Chellapan
KEYWORDS
GIS, SOA, map locator, mobile services, web services, JSP, GIS mappping
ABSTRACT
Location information is a set of data describing an individual geographical location. This information can be used in many ways to provide information and entertainment services to the user who has the require devices and resources to operate such services. However, different challenges are reported in terms o availability and homogeneity. These challenges are mainly focused on the integration, standardization, security and privacy of the various GIS resources that helps to show essential but exhaustive information into a simple, clear and possibly user-friendly interface. Therefore, a simple but complete interface should provide all GIS functionalities, identified by graphically clear and easily understandable symbols, icons or texts. This paper intends to apply the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) to re-manage the GIS resources and provide a distributed, dynamic, and reliable service system that can meet information and service requirements of many different users over the internet.
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