Workflows for e-Science

Workflows for e-Science

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This is a timely book presenting an overview of the current state-of-the-art within established projects, presenting many different aspects of workflow from users to tool builders. It provides an overview of active research, from a number of different perspectives. It includes theoretical aspects of workflow and deals with workflow for e-Science as opposed to e-Commerce. The topics covered will be of interest to a wide range of practitioners.... multidimensional data effectively from sources as wide-ranging as field and laboratory experiments, satellite imagery, and ... A mix of proprietary and open- source software is typically cobbled together by manual, scripted, and programmedanbsp;...

Title:Workflows for e-Science
Author: Ian J. Taylor, Ewa Deelman, Dennis B. Gannon, Matthew Shields
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-12-31

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