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Construction of the Earth Information Exchange will be driven by the "business" of the Federation as described in our Federation Documents. The result will follow a component-based architecture.
We have divided the use cases into two sections, one showing examples of people using the Exchange to address areas societal need, and the other showing how the interface and underlying components work. Eventually, it might be useful to construct the ESIP exchange using a collection of interrelated "reference models" as employed by the US Government following the sections of the Federal Enterprise Architecture.
The most important aspects of our development strategy are shown on the left and right of Figure 1.
- Mike Burnett presented the following diagrams:
Applications Use Cases
It will be the scenarios that are created by each cluster that will drive the resource allocation.
Systems Use Cases
(currently only some of the use cases have been converted to Wiki format, the remainder are Word documents)
- Detailed diagrams of the Technical use cases.
- Note: Download the Visio Viewer 2003 from Microsoft and view these diagrams in Explorer (if you don't have MS Visio).