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Browsing B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences (GCCIS)--Conferences and Workshops Proceedings by Issue Date

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  • 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 ...
  • Kaminsky, Alan; Bondada, Chaithanya (2005)
    Owners of wireless mobile computing devices (like laptop PCs and PDAs) need to share information with other nearby devices. Examples include calendars, photos, music, or mall shopping directories. The tuple board is a ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Angulo, David; von Laszewski, Gregor; Trieu, Tan; Zimnt, Phillip (2006)
    In this paper, we introduced a framework for experiment management that simplifies the users’ interaction with grid environments by managing a large number of tasks to be conducted as part of the experiment by the individual ...
  • 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: ...
  • Boisseau, Jay; Dahan, Maytal; Roberts, Eric (2006)
    The TeraGrid [1] is a grid computing project for building a world-class comprehensive distributed infrastructure for scientific discovery. TeraGrid comprises many heterogeneous systems that enable high performance computing, ...
  • Angulo, David; Bone, Matthew; Grubbs, Christopher; von Laszewski, Gregor (2006)
    Workflow management is an important part of scientific experiments. A common pattern that scientists are using is based on repetitive job execution on a variety of different systems, and managing such job execution is ...
  • 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 ...
  • Aloisio, Giovanni; Cafaro, Massimo; Fiore, Sandro; Mirto, Maria (2006)
    Nowadays, data grid management systems are becoming increasingly important in the context of the recently adopted service oriented science paradigm. The Grid Relational Catalog (GRelC) project is working towards an integrated, ...
  • Blanton, Brian O.; Lander, Howard M.; Luettich, Richard A.; Ramakrishnan, Lavanya; Reed, Daniel A.; Thorpe, Steven R. (2006)
    Natural disasters such as hurricanes heavily impact the US East and Gulf coasts. This creates the need for large scale modeling in the areas of meteorology and ocean sciences, coupled with an integrated environment for ...
  • 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 ...
  • Catlett, Charlie; Goasguen, Sebastien; Marsteller, Jim; Martin, Stuart; Middleton, Don; Price, Kevin J.; Shankar, Anurag; Welch, Von; Wilkins-Diehr, Nancy (2006)
    Increasingly, the scientific community has been using web portals and desktop applications to organize their work. The TeraGrid team determined that it would be important to create a set of capabilities that would allow ...
  • 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 ...
  • Barahona, Sofia Brenes; Fox, Geoffrey; Huffman, Kianosh; McMullen, Donald; Pierce, Marlon; Yin, Hao (2006)
    A portal is a Web-based application that acts as an entry point to distributed resources. Individual portlets in a portal can be used to integrate information from a variety of back-end Web services. However, when Web ...
  • Aswath, D.; Goode, M.; Kim, N.Y.; Lee, X.; Thompson, M. (2006)
    The FusionGrid infrastructure provides a collaborative virtual environment for secure sharing of computation, visualization and data resources over the Internet to support the scientific needs of the US magnetic fusion ...
  • Hannaford, Michael; Henskens, Frans; Johnston, Patrick; Paul, David (2006)
    This paper describes experiences with the use of the Globus toolkit and related technologies for development of a secure portal that allows nationally-distributed Australian researchers to share data and application programs. ...
  • Farkas, Zoltan; Gabor, Hermann; Kacsuk, Peter; Sipos, Gergely; Toth, Adrian (2006)
    Workflow applications are frequently used in many production Grids. There is a natural need to run the same workflow with many different parameter sets. Unfortunately current Grid portals either do not support this kind ...
  • Allan, Rob; Yang, Xiaobo (2006)
    Web Services for Remote Portlets (WSRP) extends today’s data-centric web service paradigm by providing markup fragments that can be used directly for rendering. WSRP alleviates some complex tasks of building web portals ...

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