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added to endpoint-client; corrected test that using geof:getSRID() with a strdf:transform function with an input a geo:wktLiteral constant; in such a case we cannot return CRS84 simply because strdf:transform creates strdf:WKT datatypes for which the default CRS is EPSG:4326
author Babis Nikolaou <>
date Tue Sep 23 13:16:47 2014 +0300 (2014-09-23)
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13 <span class="logo"><a href="query.jsp">&nbsp;stSPARQL Endpoint</a></span><br><span class="style4"></span></td>
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20 <p> On this page you can execute stSPARQL queries against the Strabon backend.
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23 In this context NOA has been developing a real-time fire hotspot detection service for effectively monitoring
24 a fire-front. The technique is based on the use of acquisitions originating from the SEVIRI sensor, on top of MSG-1 and MSG-2 satellite platforms.
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28 The acquired data are then annotated using the stRDF model and can be queried using the stSPARQL query language.
30 On the left sidebar, some example stSPARQL queries to aquire information on the dataset, are provided.
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