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GAL Framework

BARTOŇ, R. HRUBÝ, M.

Originální název

GAL Framework

Anglický název

GAL Framework

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The GAL (GIS Abstraction Layer) Framework is a component-architecture-oriented remote procedure call (RPC) library with implementations of GIS-related subsystems communicating using the library and a set of demonstrational and testing tools utilizing that services. It doesn't aim to be a full-featured solution for GIS application construction but a proposal for possible incremental GRASS GIS modernization. This article summarizes current state of the project, its history, application and potential and also presents options for further advancement and areas of possible participation. Only a concern of other developers or users and the time may transform this idea into something practically usable.

Anglický abstrakt

The GAL (GIS Abstraction Layer) Framework is a component-architecture-oriented remote procedure call (RPC) library with implementations of GIS-related subsystems communicating using the library and a set of demonstrational and testing tools utilizing that services. It doesn't aim to be a full-featured solution for GIS application construction but a proposal for possible incremental GRASS GIS modernization. This article summarizes current state of the project, its history, application and potential and also presents options for further advancement and areas of possible participation. Only a concern of other developers or users and the time may transform this idea into something practically usable.

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BibTex


@article{BUT45192,
  author="Radek {Bartoň} and Martin {Hrubý}",
  title="GAL Framework",
  annote="The GAL (GIS Abstraction Layer) Framework is a component-architecture-oriented
remote procedure call (RPC) library with implementations of GIS-related
subsystems communicating using the library and a set of demonstrational and
testing tools utilizing that services. It doesn't aim to be a full-featured
solution for GIS application construction but a proposal for possible incremental
GRASS GIS modernization. This article summarizes current state of the project,
its history, application and potential and also presents options for further
advancement and areas of possible participation. Only a concern of other
developers or users and the time may transform this idea into something
practically usable.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the Workshop Geoinformatics FCE CTU 2007",
  chapter="45192",
  howpublished="print",
  journal="Proceedings of the Workshop Geoinformatics FCE CTU 2006",
  number="2",
  volume="2007",
  year="2007",
  month="november",
  pages="33--41",
  type="journal article - other"
}