SEMANTIC CONTEXT-BASED ON-DEMAND SERVICE MODEL FOR LAND COVER CHANGE DETECTION
- 1School of Surveying and Geo-informatics, Shandong Jianzhu University, Jinan, China
- 2School of Geosciences and Info Physics, Central South University, Changsha, China
Keywords: Change Detection, Semantic Context, On-demand Service, Service Composition
Abstract. Land cover change (LCC) detection is widely used in many social-benefit areas, such as land cover updating, sustainable development and geographical situation monitoring. With the development of Web Services and cloud computing, a number of remote sensed algorithms and models have been published as web services. An on-demand service is urgent to be generated by compositing a sequence of atomic services, according to different situations. Context information plays an important role in automatic service composition. Traditional context information models mainly focus on service only, and ignore the relationships among users and services. To address this problem, we introduce the service context and user context into the context information. OWL-SC and OWL-UC are then proposed by extending the traditional service description model (i.e., OWL-S). Finally, a context-aware on-demand service model for LCC detection is built to realize service composition and optimization.