Lessons Learned from the EOSDIS Engineering Experience
The EOSDIS Core System (ECS) began as NASA’s vision for a geographically distributed system to support the operation and management of satellite-derived earth observations, and facilitate interdisciplinary scientific research of the Earth System and the interaction among its components (Settle 1995). The ECS serves as a major component in support of the EOS mission to process, archive, and distribute data.
KeywordsData Migration Customer Participation Requirement Development Interdisciplinary Scientific Research System Upgrade
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