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Browsing International Workshop on Grid Computing Environments--Open Access (2007) by Title

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Browsing International Workshop on Grid Computing Environments--Open Access (2007) by Title

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  • 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 ...
  • 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. ...
  • Alexander, D.; Pundaleeka, R.; Tramer, S.; Lauret, J.; Fine, V. (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2007)
    Organizations in the Open Science Grid are motivated to provide services so that individual scientists can effectively execute data analysis jobs and take advantage of Grid resources. For success, these scientists will ...
  • Clementi, Luca; Ding, Zhaohui; Krishnan, Sriram; Wei, Xiaohui; Arzberger, Peter; Li, Wilfred (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2007)
    Grid systems provide mechanisms for single sign-on, and uniform APIs for job submission and data transfer, in order to allow the coupling of distributed resources in a seamless manner. However, new users face a daunting ...
  • Heiland, Randy; Mooney, Sean; Boverhof, Joshua; Jackson, Keith; Swat, Maciek; Balter, Ariel; Christie, Marcus; Insley, Joseph (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2007)
    A scientific gateway is an interface that addresses some fundamental needs of a scientific community. This typically involves remote computation and/or data access. The interface might be Web-based or it might be some other ...
  • Wang, Shaowen; Liu, Yan; Wilkins-Diehr, Nancy; Martin, Stuart (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2007)
    Science gateways have become an important cyberenvironment modality to bridge domain applications and cyberinfrastructure, which is fundamental to make cyberinfrastructure integral and effective to the practice of advancing ...
  • Navarro, John-Paul (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2007)
    Grids include interconnected hardware components, coordinated software, coordinated (grid) services, and institutions and groups that operate them. To effectively use grids, users need access to information about the ...
  • Slottow, Joan; Korambath, Prakashan; Jin, Kejian (2007)
    The University of California (UC) has adopted the UCLA Grid Portal (UGP), a Globus Incubator project, to create grids of computational clusters [1] at its campuses. Campus grids can also be accessed system wide via the UC ...
  • Russell, Michael (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2007)
    The Vine Toolkit is a modular, extensible Java application and library development framework created by the authors of GridSphere's GridPortlets Project. Vine inherits and improves upon the Resources Model of GridPortlets ...
  • Liu, Yong; McGrath, Robert; Myers, James; Futrelle, Joe (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2007)
    To enable and support innovative research in science and engineering, the next generation Cyberinfrastructure must be able to support collaboration across disciplines and conceptual contexts. At NCSA, we are building ...
  • Bollig, Evan; Lyness, Martin; Erlebacher, Gordon; Yuen, David (Grid Computing Environments (GCE), 2007)
    Service-oriented application development is a time consuming task that changes little between projects. In general, development is a two step process where developers first create the core functionality of the service and ...

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