RE: [OSGeo-Discuss] OS Spatial environment 'sizing' + Image Management

2008-02-21 Thread Bruce . Bannerman
IMO: Thanks for the comments Michael, I was wondering if you'd contribute;-) (Also, note that wavelet does not necessarily imply lossy anymore, as many assume. Story of my life.) Can you point me to any studies to support the claim that JPEG2000 can indeed be indeed non-lossy?

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] OS Spatial environment 'sizing' + Image Management

2008-02-20 Thread Arnulf Christl
Lucena, Ivan wrote: Hi Bruce, Here I am again... Randy suggestion are pretty valuable and very well based but I have a especial interest on storing raster on databases so that is why I asked about it. Yes, raster is chunky and not very fluid but I love to hear from successful experience

RE: [OSGeo-Discuss] OS Spatial environment 'sizing' + Image Management

2008-02-20 Thread Michael P. Gerlek
PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Randy George Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2008 7:38 AM To: 'OSGeo Discussions' Subject: RE: [OSGeo-Discuss] OS Spatial environment 'sizing' + Image Management Hi Ivan and Bruce, Interesting, other than using JAI a bit on Space

RE: [OSGeo-Discuss] OS Spatial environment 'sizing' + Image Management

2008-02-19 Thread Bruce . Bannerman
IMO: Hi Randy, Thank you for your informative post. It has given me a lot to follow up on and think about. I can see an immediate need that this type of solution could well be used for. I like it. I suspect that in many larger corporate types of environments, it could well be used

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] OS Spatial environment 'sizing' + Image Management

2008-02-19 Thread Lucena, Ivan
Hi Bruce, Here I am again... Randy suggestion are pretty valuable and very well based but I have a especial interest on storing raster on databases so that is why I asked about it. Yes, raster is chunky and not very fluid but I love to hear from successful experience like Bruce's. And as