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Creating an Application (Prototype) for Structural Processing of Geospatial Data

Student: Kirill Egorkin

Supervisor: Ekaterina Nikolaevna Prokofyeva

Faculty: HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM HSE)

Educational Programme: Computer Systems and Networks (Master)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2020

Within this final qualification work, was developed a prototype application for the structural processing of geospatial data, which allows modeling actual solutions based on morphological analysis and geodata processing, classification of spatial objects as part of geoecological monitoring, and environmental safety of industrial facilities, transport complex, and resource developments. The transport industry was chosen as the object of research, but this solution, due to its flexibility and modularity, can also be successfully applied to other manufacturing sectors. During the implementation of the project, an analysis of the subject area was carried out, the architecture of the future prototype was designed, the accumulated data from the sources were structured, and the basis for their storage was selected taking into account high availability and stable operation, not only the backend but also the frontend under high loads. For the convenience of data display, an interactive visualization tool with a convenient and friendly user interaction interface has been developed. At the final stage of the work, documentation was developed and the prototype was successfully tested using real data. Final qualification work consists of the introduction, five chapters, a conclusion, and a list of references with appendices. The volume of work is 106 pages, Fig .: 45, Tab.: 5. Bibliography: 102, Аpplications:25.

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