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ESCIENCE
2006
IEEE
11 years 5 months ago
How Open is e-Science?
This paper examines various aspects of "openness" in research, and seeks to gauge the degree to which escience is congruent with "open science." Norms and prac...
Paul A. David, Matthijs den Besten, Ralph Schroede...
ESCIENCE
2006
IEEE
11 years 5 months ago
Designing Workflow Components for e-Science
In this paper we present a general domain for the analysis of workflows and workflow components based on the notion of a collection of Turing machines sharing a set of tapes. We s...
Frank Terpstra, Pieter W. Adriaans
APSEC
2002
IEEE
11 years 6 months ago
e-Science Experiences: Software Engineering Practice and the EU DataGrid
The conduct of collaborative scientific study mediated by the internet — e-Science — is giving rise to a new type of large distributed software project. This paper reports in...
Lee Momtahan, Andrew Martin
ESCIENCE
2006
IEEE
11 years 7 months ago
Towards a Linguist's Workbench Supporting eScience Methods
The domain of language resources is fragmented in many dimensions. Institutional fragmentation is currently being addressed by Grid projects, which will allow access to resources ...
A. Dimitriadis, Marc Kemps-Snijders, P. Wittenburg...
ESCIENCE
2005
IEEE
11 years 7 months ago
Bio-Workflows with BizTalk: Using a Commercial Workflow Engine for eScience
Workflow is an important enabling technology for eScience. Research into workflow systems for eScience has yielded several specialized workflow engines. In this paper we investiga...
Asbjørn Rygg, Scott Mann, Paul Roe, On Wong
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