UncertWeb logo: uncertainty enabled model web


UncertWeb is an EC funded research project running from Feb 2010 – Jan 2013 developing the uncertainty enabled model web. The model Web concept, formulated within the Global Earth Observation System of Systems activity envisages the integration of complex resources, such as data and models, to construct complex models, composed of chains of model and data components exposed as web services. This offers exciting opportunities for model development in a more loosely coupled, component oriented manner, encouraging sharing, re-use and easy access.

A short film summarises the developments in UncertWeb.

UncertWeb combines with several other EU projects

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However, when combining services of limited, or unknown, quality it is necessary to account for uncertainty if the outputs of the model web are to be used for rational decision making. UncertWeb develops mechanisms, standards, tools and case studies to enable uncertainty management in an interoperable model web context. The results can be found from the documents and software pages.

Final UncertWeb workshop at EGU2013

posted by Dan Cornford on 14/03/2013

We will be running the final UncertWeb workshop at EGU2013, on Wednesday the 10th of April. The code is SC10, details are on the EGU web site: http://www.egu2013.eu.

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UncertWeb tools all available.

posted by Dan Cornford on 14/03/2013

We have completed the development, at least to working version 1, of all tools in UncertWeb. Details, including access to source code and tutorials, can be accessed from the software page.

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The UncertWeb film!

posted by Dan Cornford on 14/03/2013

We have made a short film to summarise the developments in UncertWeb. The film can be seen at: http://youtu.be/34OafHDNg5Q. This marks the completion of the UncertWeb project.

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The UncertWeb project has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° [248488].