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The Climate-G testbed: towards large scale distributed data management for climate change

Sandro Fiore, Giovanni Aloisio, Peter Fox, Monique Petitdidier, Horst Schwichtenberg, Sebastien Denvil, Jonathan D. Blower, Antonio Cofino
2011 Procedia Computer Science  
Climate-G is a large scale distributed testbed devoted to climate change research. It is an unfunded effort started in 2008 and involving a wide community both in Europe and US.  ...  This paper presents a complete overview about the Climate-G testbed highlighting the most important results that have been achieved since the beginning of this project.  ...  It is a distributed testbed for climate change acting as a virtual laboratory and addressing challenging data and metadata management issues at a very large scale.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2011.04.059 fatcat:scyglwvmgjcwljmjvmgq24vhje

An Intelligent Archive Testbed Incorporating Data Mining [chapter]

H.K. Ramapriyan, D. Isaac, W. Yang, B. Bonnlander, D. Danks
2009 Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography  
ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank the following individuals for their assistance and contributions of ideas to this work: G.  ...  The trend in the community today is towards many distributed sets of providers of data and services.  ...  Perhaps the most important capability identified for an intelligent archive is the ability to facilitate the transformation of data into knowledge in a distributed environment using large-scale data mining  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-88264-0_10 fatcat:zwahi4ixd5ebzdmrshunidl2ce

On the verification of climate reconstructions

G. Bürger
2007 Climate of the Past  
Comparing the score distributions it turns out that the proxies perform significantly better for almost all methods.  ...  Using an almost complete set of proxy and instrumental data of the past 130 years a multi-crossvalidation is conducted of a number of statistical methods, producing a distribution of verification skill  ...  This work was partly supported by the EU project SOAP.  ... 
doi:10.5194/cp-3-397-2007 fatcat:rqhhhumijvapdnxgaodor2tv5y

Deploying Scientific Applications to the PRAGMA Grid Testbed: Strategies and Lessons

D. Abramson, A. Lynch, H. Takemiya, Y. Tanimura, S. Date, H. Nakamura, Karpjoo Jeong, Suntae Hwang, Ji Zhu, Zhong-hua Lu, C. Amoreira, K. Baldridge (+6 others)
2006 Sixth IEEE International Symposium on Cluster Computing and the Grid (CCGRID'06)  
The applications include those for climate modeling, computational chemistry, bioinformatics and computational genomics, remote control of instruments, and distributed databases.  ...  Many of the applications are deployed to the PRAGMA grid testbed in routine basis experiments.  ...  testbed, through the use of the Nimrod/G.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ccgrid.2006.30 dblp:conf/ccgrid/AbramsonLTTDNJHZLABLWSMLA06 fatcat:6lyunjnvlrf4xn7uvg35cm3z3e

A framework for smart location-based automated energy controls in a green building testbed

Jianli Pan, Raj Jain, Pratim Biswas, Weining Wang, Sateesh Addepalli
2012 2012 IEEE Energytech  
This changes the centralized control inside the building into a distributed control paradigm. It allows the occupants with different roles to participate in the energy consumption reduction efforts.  ...  In this paper, we discuss our multidisciplinary project on a green building testbed on which we introduce mobile location service into the energy policy control by using the now popular GPS-embedded smart  ...  We aim to create an energy-efficiency testbed that can be easily migrated to all kinds of buildings and achieve energy savings on a large scale.  ... 
doi:10.1109/energytech.2012.6304645 fatcat:ncujjr7vsnbrrfrcrfizeqpnpu


Gabe Fierro, Greg Thomson, David E. Culler, Marco Pritoni, Moustafa Abdelbaky, Daniel Lengyel, John Leyden, Anand Prakash, Pranav Gupta, Paul Raftery, Therese Peffer
2019 ACM transactions on sensor networks  
The existence of a large collection of building data would grant data scientists, algorithm developers, and building managers the opportunity to empirically evaluate their work on a more diverse body of  ...  Access to large amounts of real-world data has long been a barrier to the development and evaluation of analytics applications for the built environment.  ...  The testbed manages the distribution and updating of data using a full timeseries database instead of distributing data in static file form (such as CSVs).  ... 
doi:10.1145/3366375 fatcat:wcpwnp6dyzfmtk2gzw6sxldwym

On the verification of climate reconstructions

G. Bürger
2007 Climate of the Past Discussions  
Comparing the score distributions it turns out that the proxies perform significantly better for almost all methods.  ...  Using an almost complete set of proxy and instrumental data of the past 130 years a multi-crossvalidation is conducted of a number of statistical methods, producing a distribution of verification skill  ...  This work was partly supported by the EU project SOAP.  ... 
doi:10.5194/cpd-3-249-2007 fatcat:iyrbdbi3kfc4vhlssowssamvty

The Emergence of Weather-Related Testbeds Linking Research and Forecasting Operations

F. Martin Ralph, Janet Intrieri, David Andra, Robert Atlas, Sid Boukabara, David Bright, Paula Davidson, Bruce Entwistle, John Gaynor, Steve Goodman, Jiann-Gwo Jiing, Amy Harless (+12 others)
2013 Bulletin of The American Meteorological Society - (BAMS)  
satellite data assimilation, camp springs, maryland; bright, entwistle, harless, anD levit-noaa/national Weather service, national centers for environmental prediction, kansas city, missouri; DaviDson-office  ...  Test beds have become an integral part of the weather enterprise, bridging research and forecast services by transitioning innovative tools and tested methods that impact forecasts and forecast users.  ...  The U.S. Weather Research Program in NOAA/OAR's Office of Weather and Air Quality provides full support for JHT, partial support for HMT and DTC, and seed funding for the OSSE Testbed.  ... 
doi:10.1175/bams-d-12-00080 fatcat:bi5hvk2qobhbnibdzrhk67icaq

NAVLAB An Autonomous Navigation Testbed [chapter]

Kevin Dowling, Robert Guzikowski, Jim Ladd, Henning Pangels, Sanjiv Singh, William Whittaker
1990 The Kluwer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science  
Data returned to the Bitbus server are conditioned and scaled at the Bitbus node, reducing computational requirements of the Bitbus server.  ...  Scratch Pad Cornmunlcatlon This method is a simple solution to sharing a large amount of data between modules.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4613-1533-9_12 fatcat:7rhaexnycncnxhvr4i32savvri

The NOAA Hydrometeorology Testbed Soil Moisture Observing Networks: Design, Instrumentation, and Preliminary Results

Robert J. Zamora, F. Martin Ralph, Edward Clark, Timothy Schneider
2011 Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology  
These networks were designed to serve the combined needs of the hydrological, meteorological, agricultural, and climatological communities for observations of soil moisture on time scales that range from  ...  In addition, two illustrative examples of the data gathered by the networks are shown.  ...  The authors thank Gary Carter (NOAA/NWS) for his vision and support in the establishment of the Arizona Soil Moisture network.  ... 
doi:10.1175/2010jtecha1465.1 fatcat:mqpw4ljug5bl5duniduaw75fwm

Soil simulant sourcing for the ExoMars rover testbed

Thibault P. Gouache, Nildeep Patel, Christopher Brunskill, Gregory P. Scott, Chakravarthini M. Saaj, Marcus Matthews, Liang Cui
2011 Planetary and Space Science  
In order to obtain useful data on the tractive performance of the ExoMars rover before flight, it is necessary to perform mobility tests on representative soil simulant materials producing a Martian terrain  ...  These materials were tested to determine their physical characteristics, including the particle size distribution, dry bulk density, particle shape (including angularity / sphericity) and moisture content  ...  The small sample of ES-2 matched the required distribution after processing, but was not available in large quantities.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pss.2011.03.006 fatcat:xep2aviyg5budefcgfqnf4qon4

Smart Grid Testbed for Demand Focused Energy Management in End User Environments [article]

Wayes Tushar, Chau Yuen, Bo Chai, Shisheng Huang, Kristin L. Wood, See Gim Kerk, Zaiyue Yang
2016 arXiv   pre-print
To this end, this paper performs a literature survey on smart grid testbeds around the world, and presents the main accomplishments towards realizing a smart grid testbed at the Singapore University of  ...  The testbed is able to monitor, analyze and evaluate smart grid communication network design and control mechanisms, and test the suitability of various communications networks for both residential and  ...  by the SUTD-MIT International Design  ... 
arXiv:1603.06756v1 fatcat:jdrlvrz6q5f3jpjf5u6lcqzgzq

The Developmental Testbed Center and its Winter Forecasting Experiment

Lígia Bernardet, Louisa Nance, Meral Demirtas, Steve Koch, Edward Szoke, Tressa Fowler, Andrew Loughe, Jennifer Luppens Mahoney, Hui-Ya Chuang, Matthew Pyle, Robert Gall
2008 Bulletin of The American Meteorological Society - (BAMS)  
The board assists the WRF DTC management in identifying emerging technologies for testing, reviewing proposals for the visitor program, and giving feedback to assist the WRF DTC management with high-level  ...  The WRF effort embodies the concept of the operational and research communities working jointly toward the development of nextgeneration NWP capabilities by giving the research community better access  ...  It is possible that a multiscale approach, similar to how NCEP transforms high-resolution NAM data into lower-resolution grids for use in large areas on AWIPS, might allow examination of both large-scale  ... 
doi:10.1175/bams-89-5-611 fatcat:rsh2thof5neufmobsd54vm2j5y

Building a global federation system for climate change research: the earth system grid center for enabling technologies (ESG-CET)

R Ananthakrishnan, D E Bernholdt, S Bharathi, D Brown, M Chen, A L Chervenak, L Cinquini, R Drach, I T Foster, P Fox, D Fraser, K Halliday (+14 others)
2007 Journal of Physics, Conference Series  
Towards this aim, ESG is leading the effort in the climate community towards standardization of material for the global federation of metadata, security, and data services required to standardize, analyze  ...  Moving forward, the next IPCC assessment report, AR5, will demand multi-site metadata federation for data discovery and cross-domain identity management for single signon of users in a more diverse federation  ...  A User's View of ESG ESG is a large, production, distributed system with primary access currently via two web portals: one for general climate research data and another dedicated to the IPCC activity.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1742-6596/78/1/012050 fatcat:pdb3y3c4vjdz7ips2cjfes4e6q

Assessing the reliability of species distribution models in the face of climate and ecosystem regime shifts: Small pelagic fishes in the California Current System

Rebecca G. Asch, Joanna Sobolewska, Keo Chan
2022 Frontiers in Marine Science  
Species distribution models (SDMs) are a commonly used tool, which when combined with earth system models (ESMs), can project changes in organismal occurrence, abundance, and phenology under climate change  ...  For all species except E. mordax, inter-model variability had a larger impact on projected habitat suitability for larval fishes than differences between two climate change scenarios (SSP1-2.6 and SSP5  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the CalCOFI program and CMIP6 for making available observational data and earth system model output.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2022.711522 fatcat:xdoapdu6zvhpbinyydwv56l64u
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