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  • Nacar, Mehmet; Pierce, Marlon; Donnellan, Andrea; Fox, Geoffrey (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2007)
    The QuakeSim portal is a problem solving environment to develop a solid Earth science framework for modeling and understanding earthquakes. In this study, we proposed an evolutionary approach to allow TeraGrid usage in ...
  • Garrison, Daniel (2005)
    Information and knowledge are constantly presented to consumer's senses at a rate that is often faster than the ability to process. When the capture of streamed media is possible, it requires manual participation either ...
  • Wang, Lizhe; von Laszewski, Gregor; Kunze, Marcel; Tao, Jie (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2008)
    The Cloud computing emerges as a new computing paradigm which aims to provide reliable, customized and QoS guaranteed dynamic computing environments for end-users. In this paper, we study the Cloud computing paradigm from ...
  • Cho, Jung-hyun; Fullop, Joshi; Kim, Byoung-Do; Kim, Eun-kyung; Kim, Nam-gyu (2006)
    An application portal has been developed to support the execution of a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) numerical model that simulates hydrodynamic flow instability of the coaxial injector in the liquid rocket engine. ...
  • Park, Sang P.; Song, Carol X.; Topkara, Umut; Woo, Jungha (2006)
    Timely access to the most up to date versions of resources, such as data and software, is of paramount importance for researchers in an active field like Biology. We introduce a grid enabled biological data and software ...
  • Huffman, John; Repasky, Richard; Rinkovsky, Joseph (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2007)
    Rendered animations are a significant part of many student and research projects being done at Indiana University. Typically the rendering process is very computationally intensive, but it is allocated minimal computing ...
  • von Laszewski, Gregor; Wang, Fugang; Younge, Andrew; He, Xi; Guo, Zhenhua; Pierce, Marlon (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2008)
    In this paper, we describe a service oriented architecture and Grid abstraction framework that allows us to access Grids through JavaScript. Obviously, such a framework integrates well with other Web 2.0 technologies. The ...
  • Erlebacher, Gordon; Fox, Geoffrey C.; Nacar, Mehmet A.; Pierce, Marlon E. (2006)
    We present a detailed description of the implementation of a library of Grid tag libraries and Grid beans for Grid Web portal development. Grid tags provide Java Server Faces (JSF) custom components for Grid services. They ...
  • Kalyanam, Rajesh; Zhao, Lan; Park, Taezoon; Biehl, Larry; Song, Carol (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2007)
    This paper presents the design and implementation of a webenabled platform for enhancing user data access experience in a satellite data portal. The platform integrates a number of useroriented capabilities including the ...
  • von Laszewski, Gregor; Dilmanian, Leor (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2008)
    The design, execution, and monitoring of challenging scientific applications is often a complex affair. To cope with the issue, several tools and frameworks have been designed and put into use. However, the entry barrier ...
  • Bhatia, Karan; Catarino, Daniel; Stearn, Brent; Taufer, Michela; Zamudio, Richard (2006)
    This paper describes an approach to building problem solving environments that provide users with direct access to remote grid services and protocols from their desktop or laptop. We describe two examples of this approach: ...
  • Bak, Andrew; Hornak, Joseph; Schaller, Nan (2005)
    MRI relaxometry may provide more diagnostic utility than conventional MRI because it measures molecular mobility, which changes with disease state. Processing relaxometry data requires applying an inverse Laplace transform ...
  • Arias, Diego; Cintron, Fernando; Cruz, Kennie; Mendoza, Mariana; Rivera, Wilson (2006)
    This paper presents our experiences developing grid portals for radar and sensor based applications. Underlying these gateways there are existing grid technologies such as Globus Toolkit 4.0.1 and Gridsphere. The grid ...
  • Ramakrishnan, Lavanya; Reed, Mark S.C.; Tilson, Jeffrey; Reed, Daniel (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2006)
    The explosive growth of biological and biomedical research requires a new set of software tools and a computational environment that includes high performance computing and largescale data management. These software ...
  • Kaplan, Ali; Geoffrey, Fox; von Laszewski, Gregor (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2007)
    Large amount of data that is often stored in many thousands of files is created as part of today’s geographically distributed scientific computation and collaboration environments. Managing and transferring large volumes ...
  • Madhavan, Krishna; Goasguen, Sebastien (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2007)
    In this paper, we report on the initial design and implementation of a project entitled RE@L - Research Environments Associated with Learning through Social Networks. Our goal is to examine how future science gateways that ...
  • Laszewski, Gregor; Wang, Fugang; Younge, Andrew; Guo, Zhenhua; Pierce, Marlon (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2007)
    In this paper, we describe a Grid abstraction framework that allows access to the Grid infrastructure using JavaScript while leveraging the power of current Grid middleware and upperware toolkits such as the Globus Toolkit and ...
  • Deelman, Ewa; Metha, Gaurang; Vöckler, Jens-S.; Wilde, Mike; Zhao, Yong (2006)
    The kickstart executable is a light-weight program that is distributed as part of the GriPhyN Virtual Data System. It sits in between the remote scheduler and the executable, gathering additional information about the ...
  • Braun, Dave; Song, Carol; Arns, Laura (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2007)
    This paper discusses the development of a multi grid-domain application for users of the Purdue TeraDRE resource. The TeraDRE (Distributed Rendering Environment on the TeraGrid) allows a user to greatly reduce the render ...
  • Green, Mark; Miller, Stephen (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2007)
    Integration of emerging technologies and design patterns into the three-tier client-server architecture is required in order to provide a scalable and flexible architecture for novice to sophisticated portal user groups. ...

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