Parsing Data Formats of the Inputs and Outputs of Geographic Models with Code Analysis

10/11/2021
by   Xinghua Cheng, et al.
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Model web services provide an approach for implementing and facilitating the sharing of geographic models. The description and acquisition of inputs and outputs (IO) of geographic models is a key issue in constructing and using model web services. These approaches for describing and acquiring the data formats of the IO of geographic models can be classified into two categories, i.e., intermediate-data-format-based and native-data-format-based. Nonetheless, these two categories mainly consider the description of the IO of geographical models but relatively pay little attention to the acquisition. To address this issue, this paper proposes an approach for automatically parsing data formats of the IO utilizing the relationship between the IO and source codes. This proposed approach can utilize such a strict and coupling relationship and the expression form of the data formats in the source codes to retrospectively derive the IO data format and automatically generate data format documentation. The feasibility of the proposed approach has been verified via a geographical model coded in the FORTRAN language, which shows that it significantly improves the efficiency of writing data format specifications and promotes sharing geographic models as model web services.

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