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Paper ID: 298 Abstract --Recent advances in grid infrastructure and

Summary: Paper ID: 298
Abstract -- Recent advances in grid infrastructure and
middleware development have enabled various types of
applications in science and engineering to be deployed on the
grid. The characteristics of these applications and the diverse
infrastructure and middleware solutions developed, utilized or
adapted by PRAGMA member institutes are summarized. The
applications include those for climate modeling, computational
chemistry, bioinformatics and computational genomics, remote
control of instruments, and distributed databases. Many of the
applications are deployed to the PRAGMA grid testbed in
routine basis experiments. Strategies for deploying applications
without modifications, and those taking advantage of new
programming models on the grid are explored and valuable
lessons learned are reported. Comprehensive end to end solutions
from PRAGMA member institutes that provide important grid
middleware components and generalized models of integrating
applications and instruments on the grid are also described.


Source: Abramson, David - Caulfield School of Information Technology, Monash University


Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences