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cloud processor / elp processors in gpt
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cloud processor / elp processors in gpt
gpt cloud processor eutrophic lakes
6/13/11 4:58 PM
Hi

Have been using the gpt for radiometric processing, icol etc. Great tool. When will the cloud processor, and eutrophic lakes processors be made available in the gpt?

Thanks

Mark.
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RE: cloud processor / elp processors in gpt
6/14/11 4:47 PM as a reply to mark matthews.
Hi Mark,

there are no concrete plans for the cloud processor right now. May be it will be migrated with the next major release of BEAM.
The date of the next release is still unknown.

For the eutrophic lakes processor I hope we can release an updated version, which can be run with gpt, within the next two weeks.

best wishes
Marco
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RE: cloud processor / elp processors in gpt
6/20/11 2:44 PM as a reply to Marco Peters.
Hi Marco

Thanks for your reply. That sounds good. How hard will it be to write our own cloud processor for use with GPT? Can you point me to any instructions (saw something in your technical forum)? Can you let me know when you release the new ELP version please?

BR

Mark.
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RE: cloud processor / elp processors in gpt
7/1/11 3:47 PM as a reply to mark matthews.
Dear Marco,

Please let me know too when the cloud processor is available as a GPF tool.
Cheers,

Jose
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RE: cloud processor / elp processors in gpt
7/5/11 8:30 PM as a reply to mark matthews.
Hello Mark,

you can find a tutorial in our wiki: BEAM 4 Programming Tutorial
You can also look at our code. You can find our public repositories at GitHub
The BEAM source code is located at: http://github.com/bcdev/beam

best wishes
Marco
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