Geoscience after IT: Part I. A view of the conventional geoscience information system
Loudon, T.V.. 2000 Geoscience after IT: Part I. A view of the conventional geoscience information system. Computers & Geosciences, 26 (3, Sup). A75-A85. 10.1016/S0098-3004(00)00044-3Before downloading, please read NORA policies.
We need a strategy to cope with fundamental changes in our ways of working, based on a clear view of what we do and why. A systems view is essential to relate each part to the whole. This model of the geoscience information system should take into account: the need to separate data and process to enable reuse; the modes of thought of the geoscientist and how memory orders our thoughts; the shared geoscience record (knowledge base) and its interface with users; how ideas are linked as a network; how knowledge is organized; how a general overview can be maintained and linked to detail; how projects relate business objectives to the knowledge base and incentives keep the system alive.
|Programmes:||BGS Programmes > Information Systems Development|
|Additional Keywords:||Systems view, thought modes, ideas network, business aspects|
|NORA Subject Terms:||Computer Science
Data and Information
|Date made live:||19 Mar 2008 15:44|
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