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2030 Geophysics HPC Collection Project: enabling vertical integration of successive processing levels across multiple scales and sites

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posted on 2022-01-13, 17:45 authored by Lesley Wyborn, Nigel Rees, Ben Evans, TIMOTHY RAWLINGTIMOTHY RAWLING, Kelsey Druken, Jens Klump

The 2030 Geophysics Collections project seeks to make accessible online a selection of rawer, high-resolution versions of research funded geophysics datasets and ensure that they comply with the FAIR and CARE principles. The project will make these suitable for programmatic access in HPC environments and will lay the foundations for more rapid data processing by 2030 next-generation scalable, data-intensive computation (including AI and ML) and potentially at Exascle. The goal is to ensure that as successive processing levels are produced (often dynamically), they will be ‘vertically’ integrated from the rawer, less processed source datasets through to multiple derivative products and ensure credit is given those that contribute to each level of the processing. This presentation was given during the 2022 ESIP January meeting held virtually in January 2022.



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