Upkeep - Future

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SECOND DRAFT

The anomaly concept is essential to any upkeep process. Although it had a central position on any schema of the LPIS update processes (see e.g. the 2009 LPIS dataflow article, little modeling has been done to date.

Still, as with the LCM, some good arguments can be found to develop a "core" model for application in LPIS context:

  • strengthen a common understanding of the LPIS upkeep processes.
  • sharing tools to process anomalies (e.g. crowd sourcing via web services)
  • sharing methods and algorithms to analyze LPIS change behavior and patterns.

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