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Public Deliverables

HUMBOLDT Final Public Report
Humboldt Deliverable A11.6-D1 (September 2011)
This final report provides a summary of the results achieved during the co-funded period. It reflects the scientific and technical outcomes, with the emphasis laid on the development of the HUMBOLDT Framework and its software components. The document illustrates furthermore the nine application scenarios, the training platform and online services and addresses the HUMBOLDT community. The reader can learn about the experiences and conclusions made and find information about the on-going activities and plans to continue the project work.
The document is available as PDF (8.4 MB).
Summary Report (Methodology and Overview)
Humboldt Deliverable EWP1-D1.1 (March 2011)
The deliverable »D1.1 Summary Report (Methodology and Overview)« addresses the methodology and approach to systematically and consistently organise contacts to users and stakeholders. It considers the sustainability aspects as the overall goal of the HUMBOLDT dissemination and exploitation activities and user relation activities. It decribes the methodology for a sustainable use and maintainance of contacts to the stakeholders and users of the project results, the »Valuable Assets« during the project extension phase and after its end.
The document is available as PDF (699 kB).
Outreach Activities and Workshops Summary Report
Humboldt Deliverable EWP1-D1.2 (March 2011)
This report summarizes the activities and results achieved in the HUMBOLDT Extension Work Package 1.2 (Outreach Activities).
The document is available as PDF (726 kB).
Training Workshops Summary Report
Humboldt Deliverable EWP2-D2.1 (March 2011)
This document describes the work done in the extension of the HUMBOLDT project in the context of EWP2 Training.
The document is available as PDF (1.1 MB).
HUMBOLDT Training Framework
Humboldt Deliverables A12.2 - A12.5
These public deliverables are not available as written documents but as online content.
Please visit the HUMBOLDT Training Platform.
User Involvement Document (Final Version)
Humboldt Deliverable A1.8-D7 (Sept. 2010)
The purpose of this Document is to describe and monitor the way end users are involved in Humboldt. This is the final version. The User Involvement Document has been updated regularly to monitor the amount and quality of end-user involvement into the project.
The document is available as PDF (412 kB).
Handbook of Standards
Humboldt Deliverable A3.6-D4 (September 2010)
This document contains the conclusions of the state of the art analysis in spatial data tools and in software architectures. It includes a classification of standards, tools and architectures, which determines their suitability and future application in the HUMBOLDT framework and scenarios. This final version includes feedback from implementation work, other projects, and from INSPIRE implementing rules and guidelines.
The document is available as PDF (1.9 MB).
Concept of Application-Specific Harmonised Data Models
Humboldt Deliverable A7.1-D2 (Sept. 2010)
The focus in this document is on a number of "what" questions: What is an "application-specific" harmonised data model? What are the requirements for a "good" harmonised model? And what role do these harmonised models play in data harmonisation in the HUMBOLDT project.
The document is available as PDF (1.1 MB).
Report on End-User or Developer software components Evaluation
Humboldt Deliverable A10.4-D1 (Sept. 2010)
This report deals with the main conclusions of WP6 with regards of the final user.
The document is available as PDF (729 kB).
Scenario Evaluation Report
Humboldt Deliverable A10.6-D1 (Sept. 2010)
This is the actual deliverable which presents the report on the user evaluation of the scenarios.
The document is available as PDF (2.3 MB).
Framework Version 3
Humboldt Deliverable A8.4-D1 (June 2010)
This document acts as a proxy for the Deliverable A8.4-D1 Framework Version 3 and briefly describes activities that contributed to this version and provides additional information.
The document is available as PDF (122 kB).
Scenario Demonstrators
Humboldt Deliverable A9.x-D3 (June 2010)
Short documentation of the Humboldt demonstrator releases:
Evaluation of Benefit Analysis
Humboldt Deliverable A10.5-D1 (June 2010)
The report analyses do expected benefits that come as a result of spatial data harmonisation are achieved (or can be achieved in nearest future) in the HUMBOLDT scenarios, in comparison with the pre-HUMBOLDT state. It is discussed how far the assumptions about benefits made in WP2 apply to the HUMBOLDT scenario use cases.
The document is available as PDF (1.6 MB).
Profiles for Land Cover & Vegetation
Humboldt Deliverable A7.2-D3 (March 2010)
This document is about data models and classification schemes related to Land Cover & Vegetation. They were examined and evaluated in the context of the Forest and Urban Planning Scenarios.
The document is available as PDF (461 kB).
Profiles for Security
Humboldt Deliverable A7.9-D3 (March 2010)
This document contains the final version of the application profile for border security. The profile consists of two packages: one for the operational data, and one for the topographic and other reference data. In addition attention is paid to the procedural part of crisis response by pointing at two related data models. These models are not limited to (border) security, but deal with spatial information and process flow in all kinds of crisis situations.
The document is available as PDF (736 kB).
Profiles for ocean and marine environment
Humboldt Deliverable A7.4-D3 (March 2010)
This document contains the final version of the data specification for the Ocean Scenario. It is based on the WP9 system specification for the Scenario, and on the information analysis discussions leading to the construction of the common Scenario data model. This common data model supports the use cases in the Scenario, that are centred around the monitoring and reporting of oil spills, with special attention to the risk of oil spills to »sensitive« areas (economically and environmentally sensitive areas). The Ocean Scenario has in the first phase of the system specification split-up the work into 4 sub- scenarios: Baltic Sea, French coast, English coast, Aegean Sea. In the course of 2009 also a combined cross-regional scenario has been developed, with focus on gathering statistics about past oil spills. The common data model of the Scenario will for the final version be extended to cover this new use case. This final version provides a broader scope making a link to similar or related models, projects and standards.
The document is available as PDF (390 kB).
Profiles for Atmosphere
Humboldt Deliverable A7.5-D3 (March 2010)
This document is the final version of atmosphere scenario. Compare to previous versions the scope has been extended. It contains the data model about air quality that is core to the HUMBOLDT Atmosphere Scenario (for this scenario also the name »Galileo Scenario« is used). In addition it shortly describes a number of data models, standards and projects relevant for Atmospheric data. There is also a change in the list of available data sources: because data of the EEA is now being used in the scenario, a short explanation of this data has been added.
The document is available as PDF (484 kB).
Profiles for Risk Management
Humboldt Deliverable A7.6-D3 (March 2010)
This document contains a revised version of the HS-ERiskA common data model. In addition, it looks at the wider context and takes into consideration the application domain the Scenario belongs to, i.e. the more general risk management domain, describing relevant information items and existing data models.
The document is available as PDF (1.9 MB).
Profiles for transboundary catchment – scope
Humboldt Deliverable A7.3-D3 (March 2010)
Goal of this document is to define the scope of the final version of the Profile(s).
The document is available as PDF (468 kB).
Concept of Component Validation Final Version
Humboldt Deliverable A6.1-D4 (March 2010)
Definition of software quality assurance terms and concept of component validation activities in Humboldt for version 3 components.
The document is available as PDF (1.1 MB).
Schema Translation (Data Model Harmonisation)
Humboldt Deliverable A7.0-D3 (December 2009)
This document provides the common framework for the HUMBOLDT software dealing with conceptual schema harmonisation. It describes general issues encountered, ways to resolve them, and details the mapping language HUMBOLDT is using.
The document is available as PDF (184 kB).
A Lightweight Introduction to the Humboldt Framework
Humboldt Deliverable A5.2-D3 (December 2009)
The Humboldt Architecture Team gives a lightweight introduction to the Humboldt Framework Specification Version 3. It contains a description of the concepts and components from a high-level point of view and gives pointers to the relevant specification documents. Further, it gives a detailed example of how the Humboldt components are used within one of the Humboldt scenarios (Protected Areas).
The document in available as PDF (473K kB).
For more information on special components see also:
Process specification evaluation and improvement
Humboldt Deliverable A4.3-D2 (November 2009)
This deliverable comprises the processes for a collaborative software development. The transfer of the specifications expressed in Deliverable A4.2-D1 from abstractness to practicability was the purpose of the work carried out in the A4.3 period. In this period we have looked for the further improvement of the collaboration and fluid communication between Humboldt partners, in this sense, the establishment of methodologies and procedures to follow have been agreed among interested parties and are reflected in the current document. Additionally, a deep analysis of the used tools and actual needs in terms of applications for cooperation have been carried out, resulting on a complete technical infrastructure that reader can find described in one of the chapters of the current deliverable.
The document is available as PDF (932 kB).
Humboldt Commons Specification / Framework Common Data Model V3
Humboldt Deliverable A5.3-D3 (November 2009)
This document gives a description of the data structures / data models used by different Humboldt components. For an overview of the entire framework v3.0 description, please refer to the main specification documents A5.2-D3 [3.0] and [3.1].
The document is available as PDF (220 kB).
Concept of Data Harmonisation Processes
Humboldt Deliverable A7.0-D2 (October 2009)
This document contains the final version of deliverable A7.0 on the concept of the data harmonisation process. Its content is a description of the data harmonisation processing pipe as well as actual problems which occur in schema transformation, such as quality loss, changes in metadata, insufficient mapping functionality of tools and mapping languages, etc.
The document contains the experiences from a task force on conceptual schema translation, which was formed in the Humboldt project in early summer 2008 in order to perform extensive tests with existing methods and tools. Tests were carried out using mainly data and a use case from the ERiskA scenario, concerning the lake Constance region with data from two German states, Austria and Switzerland.
The document is available as PDF (540 kB).
Report on Process Analysis
Humboldt Deliverable A2.1-D2 (April 2008)
This Report represents the final results of the process analysis activity. It describes the methodology elaborated for the analysis of scenario processes, and presents the analysis and specification of three selected Humboldt scenarios: Forest, Urban Planning, and Ocean. Three main stages in the scenarios are shown ...
The document is available as PDF (5.0 MB).
Report on Software distribution strategies and business models
Humboldt Deliverable A2.4-D1 (Sept. 2007)
Report on “Software distribution strategies and business models” gives an overview of different software distribution strategies and analyzes their suitability to Humboldt infrastructure. The main attention is paid to the open source business models as the open source methodic is expected to be mostly acceptable solution for the ESDI software distribution strategy.
The document is available as PDF (216 kB).