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In this quantity, most sensible seismic specialists and researchers from Europe and all over the world, together with the George E. Brown, Jr. community for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES) within the united states, current the latest final result in their paintings in experimental checking out, in addition to the result of the transnational entry actions of exterior researchers who've used Europe's seven greatest and such a lot complex seismic checking out amenities within the framework of the Seismic Engineering examine Infrastructures for ecu Synergies (SERIES) venture financed through the eu fee in its seventh Framework Programme (2007-2013). This comprises EU’s biggest response wall facility, EU's 4 biggest shaking desk laboratories and its significant centrifuges. The paintings awarded contains state of the art learn in the direction of the seismic layout, evaluation and retrofitting of constructions, in addition to the advance of cutting edge examine towards new basic applied sciences and methods selling effective and joint use of the examine infrastructures. The contents of this quantity reveal the end result of the hassle of the ecu fee in aiding learn in earthquake engineering.

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Among the macrosteps to develop each component of a domain ontology, we used the following ones. In the first step (identification) towards building an ontology, we identified the atomic concepts of terms collected from research papers, books, existing ontological resources and experts belonging to the Earthquake Engineering domain giving emphasis on research projects and experiments aspects. , and identified the atomic concept for each of them. We use WordNet as Knowledge Base. The term device has 5 different concepts in it.

To speed up the process of accessing each node’s information, the central site stores some metadata. However, the central site is not a centralised repository, so it does not store large files such as documents, videos, images and signals, which are still served by each particular node. When an external user requests a large file, it is transparently redirected to the specific node hosting the file. This process delegates the task of delivering large files to the different nodes, which should accept direct connections from external users.

Eng. html. Accessed June 2013 W3C (2012) World Wide Web Consortium. org/. org/TR/ws-arch/. 0 Part 1: Core Language. org/TR/wsdl20/. Accessed July 2013 Chapter 4 The SERIES Virtual Database: Exchange Data Format and Local/Central Databases Anna Bosi, Ilias Kotinas, Ignacio Lamata Martínez, Stathis Bousias, Jean Louis Chazelas, Matthew Dietz, Rashedul Hasan, Gopal S. P. 1 Introduction SERIES (NA1 Networking Activity) targeted at creating a European platform (the SERIES Virtual database, SVD) for wide sharing of experimental data and knowledge across the field of earthquake engineering and amongst academia, research and industry, which could be maintained and enhanced in time� A� Bosi () Vienna Consulting Engineers ZT GmbH, Vienna, Austria e-mail: Bosi@vce�at, bosianna78@gmail�com I� Kotinas · S� Bousias University of Patras, Patras, Greece I� Lamata Martínez · A� Blakeborough University of Oxford, Oxford, UK J� L� Chazelas IFSTTAR, Nante, France M� Dietz University of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom e-mail: m�dietz@bristol�ac�uk R� Hasan University of Trento, Trento, Italy G� S� B� Madabhushi University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom A� Prota University of Naples, Naples, Italy P� Pegon European Laboratory for Structural Assessment Unit, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Institute for the Protection and Security of the Citizen (IPSC), Via Enrico Fermi 2749, Ispra VA 21027, Italy e-mail: pierre�pegon@jrc�ec�europa�eu © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015 F� Taucer, R� Apostolska (eds�), Experimental Research in Earthquake Engineering, Geotechnical, Geological and Earthquake Engineering 35, DOI 10�1007/978-3-319-10136-1_4 31 32 A.

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