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TerraVision

TerraVision  Point of Contact:  Dr Yvan G Leclerc

Mailing address:
AI Center
SRI International
333 Ravenswood Avenue
Menlo Park, CA 94025-3493

Home page at http://www.tvgeo.com

   Software Description

TerraVision is a distributed, interactive terrain visualization system developed by SRI International. It allows users to navigate, in real time, through a 3-D graphical representation of a real landscape created from elevation data and aerial images of that landscape. All data can be distributed over the Web and support is provided for overlaying GeoVRML 3D models.

   Developers

Name Title E-mail
Eriksen, Michael A Senior Software Engineer
Iverson, Lee A Alumnus
Leclerc, Yvan G Alumnus
Reddy, Martin Alumnus

   Associated Projects
BADD

Battle Assessment and Data Dissemination (BADD)
Provided three-dimensional (3-D) site model data for integration with terrain data from other project participants, and provided our terrain visualization system, TerraVision, as an alternative visualization technology.

Digital Earth

Creating and Visualizing the Digital Earth
Developing a connected suite of technologies with the vision of enabling a massive, scalable, and open model of the planet where millions of users can interact with vast quantities of geographically referenced data over the Web

Deductive Composition

Deductive Composition of Multiple Data Sources
A framework is being developed for composing answers to queries, using automated deduction and multi-agent information brokering, based on multiple information sources. The technology is being applied to answering geographical queries for ecological modeling, based on NASA EOSDIS satellite imagery, map data, and gazetteer information.

MAGIC

Multidimensional Applications and Gigabit Internet Consortium (MAGIC)
MAGIC established a standards-based, gigabit internetworking testbed to support research and development for next generation networking technologies, and developed a defense-related application that required massive amounts of remotely stored and processed data in real time.

MAGIC II

Multidimensional Applications and Gigabit Internet Consortium (MAGIC) II
MAGIC II consisted of a consortium of industry and academic institutions building a very general paradigm in which high-performance computing, storage, and communications are used to provide rapid access to massive amounts of data over the Internet

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