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subject according to Geosaurus : Geosystems thesaurus of geoscience . Cross
references to other entries are given within each subject , and in the stratigraphic
INPUT SOURCES : Over 100,000 references are indexed annually for inclusion
in GeoArchive and Geotitles Weekly . Sources include : 5000 worldwide serials
which are scanned regularly , books from 1000 publishers , 100,000 geologic ...
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REPORT ON THE SYMPOSIUM GEONAMES 2000 by Helen KERFOOT , Vice -
Chair , United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names ( UNGEGN )
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Through step-by-step instructions and numerous real-world examples, this concise guide shows you how to seamlessly integrate the external services you need with Mule ESB and its powerful Cloud Connect toolset.
Author: Ryan Carter
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Connect your enterprise to a wide range of SaaS platforms, Open APIs, and social networks quickly and without difficulty. Through step-by-step instructions and numerous real-world examples, this concise guide shows you how to seamlessly integrate the external services you need with Mule ESB and its powerful Cloud Connect toolset. You’ll learn how to use service-specific connectors for many popular APIs—including Salesforce, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Twilio—through easy-to-learn abstractions. If Mule doesn’t have a connector for the resource you need, you’ll learn how to build your own. You’ll discover how easy it is to reach beyond the enterprise firewall for a host of Internet resources. Discover the advantages of using Mule Cloud Connect over typical web service clients and protocols Learn how Cloud Connectors eliminate the need to understand the underlying API of each service Get started with the latest real-time technologies, including REST, WebHooks, and Streaming APIs Integrate OAuth secure APIs and understand their role in authorization and information sharing Delve into advanced topics such as multi-tenancy and connection management Build your own custom connectors with the Mule DevKit
However, no method performed well on aligning Geonames with Proton. The
only matching found by our method (and the other methods) is the concept
Country in Geonames is equivalent to the class Nation in Proton. The key
reasons for the ...
Author: Jeng-Shyang Pan
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The three-volume set LNAI 7196, LNAI 7197 and LNAI 7198 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th Asian Conference on Intelligent Information and Database Systems, ACIIDS 2012, held in Kaohsiung, Taiwan in March 2012. The 161 revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from more than 472 submissions. The papers included cover the following topics: intelligent database systems, data warehouses and data mining, natural language processing and computational linguistics, semantic Web, social networks and recommendation systems, collaborative systems and applications, e-bussiness and e-commerce systems, e-learning systems, information modeling and requirements engineering, information retrieval systems, intelligent agents and multi-agent systems, intelligent information systems, intelligent internet systems, intelligent optimization techniques, object-relational DBMS, ontologies and knowledge sharing, semi-structured and XML database systems, unified modeling language and unified processes, Web services and semantic Web, computer networks and communication systems.
27 24 Alignments found between GeoNames and DBpedia . . . . . Example
Alignments of atomic restriction classes from GeoNames and DBpedia . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . Example Alignments of conjunctive restriction classes from GeoNames ...
Author: Andreas Harth
Publisher: CRC Press
Linked Data Management presents techniques for querying and managing Linked Data that is available on today’s Web. The book shows how the abundance of Linked Data can serve as fertile ground for research and commercial applications. The text focuses on aspects of managing large-scale collections of Linked Data. It offers a detailed introduction to Linked Data and related standards, including the main principles distinguishing Linked Data from standard database technology. Chapters also describe how to generate links between datasets and explain the overall architecture of data integration systems based on Linked Data. A large part of the text is devoted to query processing in different setups. After presenting methods to publish relational data as Linked Data and efficient centralized processing, the book explores lookup-based, distributed, and parallel solutions. It then addresses advanced topics, such as reasoning, and discusses work related to read-write Linked Data for system interoperation. Despite the publication of many papers since Tim Berners-Lee developed the Linked Data principles in 2006, the field lacks a comprehensive, unified overview of the state of the art. Suitable for both researchers and practitioners, this book provides a thorough, consolidated account of the new data publishing and data integration paradigm. While the book covers query processing extensively, the Linked Data abstraction furnishes more than a mechanism for collecting, integrating, and querying data from the open Web—the Linked Data technology stack also allows for controlled, sophisticated applications deployed in an enterprise environment.
... of gazetteers is particularly useful for older place names that may no longer be
in use. Finally, coordinates were also obtained from a number of different website
databases, such as the U.S. Board on Geographic Names (http://geonames.
Author: James L. Patton
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
The second installment in a planned three-volume series, this book provides the first substantive review of South American rodents published in over fifty years. Increases in the reach of field research and the variety of field survey methods, the introduction of bioinformatics, and the explosion of molecular-based genetic methodologies have all contributed to the revision of many phylogenetic relationships and to a doubling of the recognized diversity of South American rodents. The largest and most diverse mammalian order on Earth—and an increasingly threatened one—Rodentia is also of great ecological importance, and Rodents is both a timely and exhaustive reference on these ubiquitous creatures. From spiny mice and guinea pigs to the oversized capybara, this book covers all native rodents of South America, the continental islands of Trinidad and Tobago, and the Caribbean Netherlands off the Venezuelan coast. It includes identification keys and descriptions of all genera and species; comments on distribution; maps of localities; discussions of subspecies; and summaries of natural, taxonomic, and nomenclatural history. Rodents also contains a detailed list of cited literature and a separate gazetteer based on confirmed identifications from museum vouchers and the published literature.
... queries against Wikipedia and link other data sets on the Web to Wikipedia
data. Accessing. the. GeoNames. Database. The GeoNames (www.geonames.
org) geographical database covers all countries and contains over eight million
Author: Lester Madden
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Create amazing mobile augmented reality apps with junaio, Layar, and Wikitude! Professional Augmented Reality Browsers for Smartphones guides you through creating your own augmented reality apps for the iPhone, Android, Symbian, and bada platforms, featuring fully workable and downloadable source code. You will learn important techniques through hands-on applications, and you will build on those skills as the book progresses. Professional Augmented Reality Browsers for Smartphones: Describes how to use the latitude/longitude coordinate system to build location-aware solutions and tells where to get POIs for your own augmented reality applications Details the leading augmented reality platforms and highlights the best applications Covers development for the leading augmented reality browser platforms: Wikitude, Layar, and junaio Shows how to build cross-platform location-aware content (Android, iPhone, Symbian, and bada) to display POIs directly in camera view Includes tutorials for building 2D and 3D content, storing content in databases, and triggering actions when users reach specific locations wrox.com Programmer Forums Join our Programmer to Programmer forums to ask and answer programming questions about this book, join discussions on the hottest topics in the industry, and connect with fellow programmers from around the world. Code Downloads Take advantage of free code samples from this book, as well as code samples from hundreds of other books, all ready to use. Read More Find articles, ebooks, sample chapters, and tables of contents for hundreds of books, and more reference resources on programming topics that matter to you. Wrox Professional guides are planned and written by working programmers to meet the real-world needs of programmers, developers, and IT professionals. Focused and relevant, they address the issues technology professionals face every day. They provide examples, practical solutions, and expert education in new technologies, all designed to help programmers do a better job.
... (http://geonames.usgs.gov), the Alexander Digital Library (http://middleware.
alexandria.ucsb.edu/), Glosk (http:// ... Google Earth (http://earth.google.com /),
and especially Geonames (http://www.geonames.org), or from the gazetteers of
Author: Alfred L. Gardner
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
The vast terrain between Panama and Tierra del Fuego contains some of the worlds richest mammalian fauna, but until now it has lacked a comprehensive systematic reference to the identification, distribution, and taxonomy of its mammals. The first such book of its kind, Mammals of South America both summarizes existing information and encourages further research of the mammals indigenous to the region. It includes identification keys and brief descriptions of each order, family, and genus. Species accounts include taxonomic descriptions, synonymies, keys to identification, distributions with maps and a gazetteer of marginal localities, lists of recognized subspecies, brief summaries of natural history information, and discussions of issues related to taxonomic interpretations.
As an example consider an ontology representing geographical information (
such as GeoNames) and an Enterprise-level ontology modelling customer
complaints. With these two data sources it is possible, with one query, to obtain
for each ...
Author: Robert Meersman
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of 11 international workshops held as part of OTM 2010 in Hersonissos, Greece in October 2010. The 68 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 127 submissions to the workshops. The volume starts with 14 poster papers of the OTM 2010 main conferences COOPIS 2010, DOA 2010 and OSBASE 2010. Topics of the workshop papers are adaption in service-oriented architectures, ambient intelligence and reasoning, data integration approaches, modeling in ADI, web and enterprise data visualization, enterprise integration and semantics, industrial enterprise interoperability and networking, process management in distributed information system development, improving social networking, ontology engineering, master data management and metamodeling, extensions to fact-oriented modeling, logic and derivation, patterns in input data models.
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"Compared to the old Bibliography and Index of North American Geology from
the USGS, coverage of the Bibliography is poor." "Geotitles Weekly is too
complicated and too slow for current awareness." "We need ' "The primary
problem for the ...
Author: A.P. Harvey
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The International Conference on Geological Information represents the first major attempt to bring together geoscience information specialists from allover the world. The purpose of the conference was to assess the current state-of the-art in geoscience information from both the regional and functional point of view. It was hoped that the conference could take steps to bring about increased international cooperation and collaboration in the field of geological information. The papers ranged over the whole spec trum of documentation from primary publishing back to the user, including data. Perhaps a keyword for the conference might be "cooperation". The idea of, and need for, cooperation was stressed in almost every talk. The final panel session was devoted to a discussion on the formation of a proposed International Association for Geological Information. Despite the growing pressure on information managers, stimulated by increasing international activities in geology, the global perspective of plate tectonics and worldwide concern for the availability of non-renewable resources, there does not exist an international organisation specifi cally concerned with geological information. Delegates agreed that there was no need for a new professional society of individuals but that a federation or similar organisation might be desirable. In the final session it became apparent that if the geological information community is to make the best use of all the systems and developments available there is very clearly a need to know what exists in all these areas at present. An urgent task is to identify these systems.
The GeoNames database is a Creative Commons-licensed collection of millions
of place names from every country in the world.29 DBPedia30 provides
structured representation of much of the human-curated content from Wikipedia.
The idea ...
Author: Brian Sletten
Publisher: Morgan & Claypool Publishers
The surge of interest in the REpresentational State Transfer (REST) architectural style, the Semantic Web, and Linked Data has resulted in the development of innovative, flexible, and powerful systems that embrace one or more of these compatible technologies. However, most developers, architects, Information Technology managers, and platform owners have only been exposed to the basics of resource-oriented architectures. This book is an attempt to catalog and elucidate several reusable solutions that have been seen in the wild in the now increasingly familiar "patterns book" style. These are not turn key implementations, but rather, useful strategies for solving certain problems in the development of modern, resource-oriented systems, both on the public Web and within an organization's firewalls.