Figure 1: Architecture of the ARIADNE infrastructure
Figure 2: The ACDM as UML diagram
Figure 3: The Services data model
Figure 4: The architecture of the MORe aggregator
Figure 5: The initial page of the Ariadne portal
Figure 6: JSON structure of a resource in Elasticsearch
Figure 7: MORe enrichment
Figure 8: Some snapshots from the services (from top to bottom, left to right): the home page of the Visual Media Service; an example of an RTI image visualised with the RTI browser; an example of 3D model visualised with the provided 3D browser; the home page of the Landscape Services.
Figure 9: The ARIADNE reference model
Figure 10: The mapping and transformation workflow
Table 1: Example of vocabulary mapping
Table 2: Contents of the ARIADNE catalogue (as of March 2016)
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