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Master Thesis

Diffusion de l'information géographique avec les services Web : application au logiciel HyperAtlas

Abstract : Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI) allow cooperation between geographic data suppliers, and in this regard can be considered as the new generation of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). OGC, a consortium of major players from traditional GIS and Web economics, offers a set of specifications enabling the establishment of Web services-based SDIs. The purpose of these specifications is to create the necessary interoperability between different suppliers of Geographic Information and their consumers. HyperAtlas is a spatial analysis software that can currently be downloaded from the website of ESPON/ORATE (European Observation Network for Territorial Development and Cohesion). Our job was to give the level of interoperability of OGC specifications in making its features available through a Web Map Service (WMS). Our work has also been to create a client application compatible with existing WMS and able to take full advantage of the features of HyperAtlas. All our developments have been achieved focusing on advanced principles of design : trends, dependencies, modular organization and stability.
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Laurent Poulenard. Diffusion de l'information géographique avec les services Web : application au logiciel HyperAtlas. Web. 2011. ⟨dumas-00592176⟩



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