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A Collaborative Informatics Infrastructure for Multi-scale Science

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A Collaborative Informatics Infrastructure for Multi-scale Science
The Collaboratory for Multi-scale Chemical Science (CMCS) is developing a powerful informaticsbased approach to synthesizing multi-scale information to support a systems-based research approach and is applying it in support of combustion research. An open source multi-scale informatics toolkit is being developed that addresses a number of issues core to the emerging concept of knowledge grids including provenance tracking and lightweight federation of data and application resources into cross-scale information flows. The CMCS portal is currently in use by a number of high-profile pilot groups and is playing a significant role in enabling their efforts to improve and extend community maintained chemical reference information.
James D. Myers, Thomas C. Allison, Sandra Bittner,
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where CLADE
Authors James D. Myers, Thomas C. Allison, Sandra Bittner, Brett T. Didier, Michael Frenklach, William H. Green Jr., Yen-Ling Ho, John C. Hewson, Wendy S. Koegler, Carina Lansing, David Leahy, Michael Lee 0004, Renata McCoy, Michael Minkoff, Sandeep Nijsure, Gregor von Laszewski, David Montoya, Carmen M. Pancerella, Reinhardt Pinzon, William Pitz, Larry A. Rahn, Branko Ruscic, Karen Schuchardt, Eric G. Stephan, Al Wagner, Theresa L. Windus, Christine L. Yang
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