Information Model

A representation of concepts, relationships, constraints, and rules to specify semantics for a chosen domain of discourse. It can provide sharable, stable, and organized structure of information requirements for the domain context.

Development of high throughput data acquisition technologies, together with advances in computing, and communications have resulted in an explosive growth in the number, size, and diversity of potentially useful information sources.

We present a research effort into the application of semantic web methods and technologies to address the challenging problem of integrating heterogeneous volcanic and atmospheric data in support of assessing the atmospheric effects of a volcanic eruption.

We present our work on semantically-enabled data and schema registration in the setting of a scientific data integration project: SESDI (Semantically-Enabled Scientific Data Integration), which aims initially to integrate heterogeneous volcanic and atmospheric chemical compound data in support of

Semantic interoperability of mineral exploration geodata is a long-term concern in mining projects. Inconsistent conceptual schemas and heterogeneous professional terms among various geodata sources in a mining project often hinder their efficient use and/or reuse.

The Virtual Solar-Terrestrial Observatory (VSTO) Portal at provides a set of guided workflows to implement use cases designed for the VSTO Project.

The World Wide Web is a vast, diverse, and dynamic ecosys- tem of content authored and consumed with innumerable frequency. Al- though content may have an original purpose, it can and will be repur- posed in new and unexpected ways.

Compositing of borehole assay intervals based on economic aspects is a primary step when the cross-sectional method is applied in orebody modelling and mineral resources estimation.