Title: Service-Oriented GIS System for Risk Mapping of Oil Spills Integrated with High Performance Cluster

Year of Publication: Nov - 2013
Page Numbers: 343-354
Authors: David L. Zaurbekov, Kairat A. Bostanbekov, Jalal K. Jamalov, Dmitriy K. Kim, Daniyar B. Nurseitov, Ilyas E. Tursunov, Edige A. Zakarin
Conference Name: The Second International Conference on Informatics Engineering & Information Science (ICIEIS2013)
- Malaysia

Abstract:


We present in the paper the service-oriented GIS system for risk mapping of oil spills integrated with high performance cluster. The design and integration methodology of the system are based on service-oriented architecture that allows provide an easy, flexible integration of any service into any desktop or mobile client. We have designed and build 4-tier SOA on the basis of W3C Web service standard. The main objective of the developing system to predict risk of a negative impact on a biota by accidental oil spills. Developed Risk Model based on direct probabilistic methods conditional dependencies, given the uncertainties of the accident that calculates the negative impact on biota. For the exact damage of biota Risk Model requires a simulation a large number of oil spills. The calculation of risk mapping takes a long time, so use the High-Performance cluster is one of the main parts of the project. Simulation of a large number of oil spills with different parameters are produced by using High-Performance Cluster. Developed system is used as management tool for resource assessment, oil spill response, and planning and damage assessment. Integration GIS System for Risk Mapping of Oil Spills with High Performance Cluster is solution for automated and fast simulation of spills to understand spatial-temporal distribution of oil spills in the marine environment and it is considered as a core of oil spill monitoring system.