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Software Architecture for Large-Scale, Distributed, Data-Intensive Systems

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Software Architecture for Large-Scale, Distributed, Data-Intensive Systems
The sheer amount of data produced by modern science research has created a need for the construction and understanding of "data-intensive systems", largescale, distributed systems which integrate information. The formal nature of constructing such software systems; however, is relatively unstudied, and has been a large focus of the super-computing and distributed computing communities, rather than the software engineering communities. These data-intensive systems exhibit characteristics which appear fruitful for research from a software engineering, and software architectural focus. From our experience, the methodologies and notations for design and implementation of data-intensive systems look to be a good starting point for this important research area. This paper presents our experience with OODT, a software architectural style, and middleware-based implementation for data-intensive systems developed and maintained at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. To date, OODT has been ...
Chris Mattmann, Daniel J. Crichton, J. Steven Hugh
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where WICSA
Authors Chris Mattmann, Daniel J. Crichton, J. Steven Hughes, Sean C. Kelly, Paul M. Ramirez
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