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Santos R, Huynh D, Anand S, Ray RV, Mayes S, Leibovici D.2016. A geoprocessing modelling interoperable framework for AgriGIS using open data and open standards. PeerJ Preprints4:e2136v2https://doi.org/10.7287/peerj.preprints.2136v2
We retrace the construction of AgriGIS framework between multiple disciplines around a common objective of facilitating research on model simulations for sustainable food security. The geospatial media enabling multidisciplinary research in crop modelling but also supporting new types of hypothesis and analysis, is described with interoperability principles and seamless access and sharing for data, metadata and processing models. Designing the platform achieving this main objective generated a transdisciplinary vision of modelling and forecasting for sustainable agriculture.