Anthony M. Castronova
Anthony M. Castronova
CUAHSI
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Models as web services using the open geospatial consortium (ogc) web processing service (wps) standard
AM Castronova, JL Goodall, MM Elag
Environmental Modelling & Software 41, 72-83, 2013
1422013
Modeling water resource systems using a service-oriented computing paradigm
JL Goodall, BF Robinson, AM Castronova
Environmental Modelling & Software 26 (5), 573-582, 2011
1302011
Integrated modeling within a hydrologic information system: an OpenMI based approach
AM Castronova, JL Goodall, MB Ercan
Environmental Modelling & Software 39, 263-273, 2013
812013
A generic approach for developing process-level hydrologic modeling components
AM Castronova, JL Goodall
Environmental Modelling & Software 25 (7), 819-825, 2010
662010
Hydroshare: Sharing diverse environmental data types and models as social objects with application to the hydrology domain
JS Horsburgh, MM Morsy, AM Castronova, JL Goodall, T Gan, H Yi, ...
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 52 (4), 873-889, 2016
442016
Simulating watersheds using loosely integrated model components: evaluation of computational scaling using OpenMI
AM Castronova, JL Goodall
Environmental Modelling & Software 39, 304-313, 2013
292013
Design of a metadata framework for environmental models with an example hydrologic application in HydroShare
MM Morsy, JL Goodall, AM Castronova, P Dash, V Merwade, JM Sadler, ...
Environmental modelling & software 93, 13-28, 2017
252017
Calibration of SWAT models using the cloud
MB Ercan, JL Goodall, AM Castronova, M Humphrey, N Beekwilder
Environmental modelling & software 62, 188-196, 2014
182014
Feedback loops and temporal misalignment in component‐based hydrologic modeling
MM Elag, JL Goodall, AM Castronova
Water Resources Research 47 (12), 2011
182011
A hierarchical network-based algorithm for multi-scale watershed delineation
AM Castronova, JL Goodall
Computers & Geosciences 72, 156-166, 2014
102014
An architectural overview of hydroshare, a next-generation hydrologic information system
J Heard, DG Tarboton, R Idaszak, JS Horsburgh, D Ames, A Bedig, ...
102014
Development of a participatory Green Infrastructure design, visualization and evaluation system in a cloud supported jupyter notebook computing environment
L Leonard, B Miles, B Heidari, L Lin, AM Castronova, B Minsker, J Lee, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 111, 121-133, 2019
72019
Using a service-oriented approach to simulate integrated urban infrastructure systems
JL Goodall, AM Castronova, NN Huynh, JM Caicedo, R Hall
Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering 29 (5), 04014061, 2015
52015
Hydroshare: sharing diverse environmental data types and models as social objects with application to the hydrology domain, JAWRA J
JS Horsburgh, MM Morsy, AM Castronova, JL Goodall, T Gan, H Yi, ...
Am. Water Resour. Assoc 52 (4), 2015
52015
HydroShare: sharing diverse hydrologic data types and models as social objects within a hydrologic information system
JS Horsburgh, M Morsey, A Castronova, JL Goodall, T Gan, H Yi, ...
52015
Metadata for describing water models
MM Morsy, JL Goodall, C Bandaragoda, AM Castronova, J Greenberg
52014
Using hydrodesktop to share hydrologic data and analyses
T Whiteaker, Y Cao, AM Castronova
American Water Resources Association (AWRA) Spring Specialty Conference, New …, 2012
52012
Linking hydrologic models and data: the OpenMI approach
JL Goodall, BF Robinson, FM Shatnawi, AM Castronova
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 1, 1682, 2007
52007
Reproducible Hydrological Modeling with CyberGIS-Jupyter: A Case Study on SUMMA
F Lyu, D Yin, A Padmanabhan, Y Choi, JL Goodall, A Castronova, ...
Proceedings of the Practice and Experience in Advanced Research Computing on …, 2019
32019
WDCloud: An end to end system for large-scale watershed delineation on cloud
IK Kim, J Steele, AM Castronova, JL Goodall, M Humphrey
2015 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data), 1995-2004, 2015
22015
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