Volume 1: OGC CDB Core Standard: Model and Physical Data Store Structure, Version 1.0.
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The CDB standard defines a standardized model and structure for a single, versionable, virtual representation of the earth. A CDB structured data store provides for a geospatial content and model definition repository that is plug-and-play interoperable between database authoring workstations. Moreover, a CDB structured data store can be used as a common online (or runtime) repository from which various simulator client-devices can simultaneously retrieve and modify, in real-time, relevant information to perform their respective runtime simulation tasks. In this case, a CDB is plug-and-play interoperable between CDB-compliant simulators. A CDB can be readily used by existing simulation client-devices (legacy Image Generators, Radar simulator, Computer Generated Forces, etc.) through a data publishing process that is performed on-demand in real-time. The application of CDB to future simulation architectures will significantly reduce runtimesource level and algorithmic correla.....
PublisherOpen Geospatial Consortium
Maturity LevelMature: Methodologies are well demonstrated for a given objective, documented and peer reviewed; methods are commonly used by more than one organization (TRL 7-9)
Best Practice TypeStandard
CitationReed, C. (ed.) (2017) Volume 1: OGC CDB Core Standard: Model and Physical Data Store Structure, Version 1.0. Wayland, MA, Open Geospatial Consortium, 332pp. (OGC 15-113r3). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-580
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