STARE: Spatiotemporal Adaptive Resolution Encoding for Integrative Compatibility Across Variety of Volume
posterposted on 23.07.2019 by Michael Rilee, Kwo-Sen Kuo, James Frew, Niklas Griessbaum, James Gallagher, Kodi Neumiller
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STARE: SpatioTemporal Adaptive Resolution Encoding provides unifying indexing to combine diverse Earth Science data (point, swath, and grid) amenable to distributed data storage and retrieval and parallel computation. This poster presentation provides some visuals covering various aspects of STARE and a brief description of its current state and next steps. This poster was presented in July 2019 at the Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) Summer Meeting held in Tacoma, Washington.