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An Approach to Enhancing Workflows Provenance by Leveraging Web 2.0 to Increase Information Sharing, Collaboration and Reuse [chapter]

Aleksander Slominski
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Web 2.0 promises a more enjoyable experience for creating content by users by providing easy-to-use information sharing and collaboration tools, and focusing on user-centered design.  ...  Collaboration and authoring can be facilitated by using Atom Publishing Protocol and standard Web 2.0 blogging tools to publish and annotate provenance.  ...  Introduction Web 2.0 promises greater control over user-generated content and a more enjoyable experience for users by improving information sharing and collaboration capabilities, and focusing on user-centered  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-17819-1_26 fatcat:rmne2efgmrd5vgcpi2ex6zswoi

The Evolution of myExperiment

David De Roure, Carole Goble, Sergejs Aleksejevs, Sean Bechhofer, Jiten Bhagat, Don Cruickshank, Paul Fisher, Nandkumar Kollara, Danius Michaelides, Paolo Missier, David Newman, Marcus Ramsden (+4 others)
2010 2010 IEEE Sixth International Conference on e-Science  
The myExperiment social website for sharing scientific workflows, designed according to Web 2.0 principles, has grown to be the largest public repository of its kind.  ...  It is distinctive for its focus on sharing methods, its researcher-centric design and its facility to aggregate content into sharable 'research objects'.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors acknowledge the input of all the myExperiment users, especially the "friends and family" who help with design and testing, and our collaborators including Andrea Wiggins and  ... 
doi:10.1109/escience.2010.59 dblp:conf/eScience/RoureGABBCFKMMNRRWZZ10 fatcat:pb4v5uclhzcxpdwquvplmta2a4

CI-Miner: semantically enhancing scientific processes

Paulo Pinheiro da Silva, Leonardo Salayandía, Aída Gándara, Ann Q. Gates
2009 Earth Science Informatics  
The realization of an international cyberinfrastructure of shared resources to overcome time and space limitations is challenging scientists to rethink how to document their processes.  ...  data reuse, data sharing across distinct scientific domains, comprehensive support for explaining process results, and full search capability for scientific products across domains.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported in part by NSF grants HRD-0734825 and EAR-0225670.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12145-009-0038-3 fatcat:vbesziu2ebaw3l3qs5gyk6a7qm

Adding eScience Assets to the Data Web [article]

Herbert Van de Sompel, Carl Lagoze, Michael L. Nelson, Simeon Warner, Robert Sanderson, Pete Johnston
2009 arXiv   pre-print
The same notion of aggregations of resources is common to the mashed-up, socially networked information environment of Web 2.0.  ...  We present a mechanism to identify and describe aggregations of Web resources that has resulted from the Open Archives Initiative - Object Reuse and Exchange (OAI-ORE) project.  ...  Although the data model is based on RDF, we were committed to also specify a serialization based on Atom, to allow Aggregations to become the subject of Web 2.0 reuse scenarios and of workflows based on  ... 
arXiv:0906.2135v1 fatcat:ch45zlg7kngqpkpd3jackjzvyi

Seeing the forest through the trees: A review of integrated environmental modelling tools

Carlos Granell, Sven Schade, Nicole Ostländer
2013 Computers, Environment and Urban Systems  
of virtual research environments -could lead to sustainable information systems, which would advance model sharing, reuse and integration.  ...  This paper contributes to this overall research area, by reviewing a wide range of currently available frameworks, systems and emerging technologies for integrated modelling in the environmental sciences  ...  Acknowledgements This work has been partially supported by the ENVIROFI FP7 project (Grant Agreement No. 284898).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2013.06.001 fatcat:wxxwovwqz5h2tfodupgbtqdqgm

Galaxy: a comprehensive approach for supporting accessible, reproducible, and transparent computational research in the life sciences

Jeremy Goecks, Anton Nekrutenko, James Taylor, The Galaxy Team
2010 Genome Biology  
Increased reliance on computational approaches in the life sciences has revealed grave concerns about how accessible and reproducible computation-reliant results truly are.  ...  Galaxy, an open web-based platform for genomic research, addresses these problems.  ...  We thank our many collaborators for the connections to data sources and tools they have made possible.  ... 
doi:10.1186/gb-2010-11-8-r86 pmid:20738864 pmcid:PMC2945788 fatcat:2ahwanuacfb3zo3ktjp3pevf6q

Towards open science: the myExperiment approach

David De Roure, Carole Goble, Sergejs Aleksejevs, Sean Bechhofer, Jiten Bhagat, Don Cruickshank, Paul Fisher, Duncan Hull, Danius Michaelides, David Newman, Rob Procter, Yuwei Lin (+1 others)
2010 Concurrency and Computation  
We present myExperiment, a social web site for discovering, sharing and curating Scientific Workflows and experiment plans, and describe how myExperiment facilitates the management and sharing of research  ...  workflows, supports a social model for content curation tailored to the researcher and community, and supports Open Science by exposing content and functionality to the users' tools and applications.  ...  to be used as a Web 2.0 'skin' over existing services.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cpe.1601 fatcat:jef6imuthbfhbdb7tfmpzmn56a

Cloud computing in e-Science: research challenges and opportunities

Xiaoyu Yang, David Wallom, Simon Waddington, Jianwu Wang, Arif Shaon, Brian Matthews, Michael Wilson, Yike Guo, Li Guo, Jon D. Blower, Athanasios V. Vasilakos, Kecheng Liu (+1 others)
2014 Journal of Supercomputing  
SOA (Service Oriented Architecture), workflow, the Semantic Web, and Grid computing are key enabling information technologies in the development of increasingly sophisticated e-Science infrastructures  ...  We believe our research findings can help indicate the future trend of e-Science, and can inform funding and research directions in how to more appropriately employ computing technologies in scientific  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the anonymous reviewers for their constructive and insightful suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11227-014-1251-5 fatcat:ribdemcam5coxmwoloszbc54ne

A proposed integrated data collection, analysis and sharing platform for impact evaluation

Andreas Kipf, Waylon Brunette, Jordan Kellerstrass, Matthew Podolsky, Javier Rosa, Mitchell Sundt, Daniel Wilson, Gaetano Borriello, Eric Brewer, Evan Thomas
2016 Development Engineering  
data and workflow sharing.  ...  The system leverages smartphones, cellular based sensors, and cloud storage and computing to lower the entry barrier to impact evaluation.  ...  Technology can help people become more effective and help to stretch limited resources further by improving processes.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.deveng.2015.12.002 fatcat:hmpihdq5u5f63by4hpolwqcthm

Weaving a Knowledge Network for Deep Carbon Science

Xiaogang Ma, Patrick West, Stephan Zednik, John Erickson, Ahmed Eleish, Yu Chen, Han Wang, Hao Zhong, Peter Fox
2017 Frontiers in Earth Science  
The lower level is to make data, code, sample collections, and publications, etc., freely accessible online and allow reuse, modification, and sharing.  ...  In the data science component of the Deep Carbon Observatory (DCO), we have leveraged state-of-the-art information technologies and existing online resources to deploy a web portal for the over 1,000 researchers  ...  In Web 2.0 we saw a quick increase in the use of the Web for social media, ecommerce, and the dynamic creation of pages.  ... 
doi:10.3389/feart.2017.00036 fatcat:flrpwxzic5fydjjn6ctlmtbj2m

A framework for ecosystem service assessment using GIS interoperability standards

Martin Lacayo, Denisa Rodila, Gregory Giuliani, Anthony Lehmann
2021 Computers & Geosciences  
has implications for ES.  Software interoperability can improve data provenance.  Web services are used to create interoperable workflows. 1 Martin Lacayo collaborated on all aspects of the conception  ...  The approach creates a new level of interoperability through data provenance whereby each transition between processing steps employs standards that ensure cohesive workflows across models and platforms  ...  Acknowledgements This research was partly fund by the Swiss National Science Foundation grant number 315230_173206. We would also like to thank Dr. Marla R. Emery and Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cageo.2021.104821 fatcat:4vbbt3j2vfhchaju7wyx6tms6e

From information technology to informatics: the information revolution in dental education

Titus K Schleyer, Thankam P Thyvalikakath, Heiko Spallek, Michael P Dziabiak, Lynn A Johnson
2012 Journal of Dental Education  
With respect to education, we should adopt an evidence-based approach to IT use for teaching and learning, share effective educational content and methods, leverage technology-mediated changes in the balance  ...  data and scientific workflows.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to acknowledge the input and suggestions of several colleagues on the manuscript of this article.  ... 
pmid:22262557 pmcid:PMC3988496 fatcat:ogenapt7lzbblf4xfhviqi64sm

A SOA-Based Environment Supporting Collaborative Experiments in E-Science

Andrea Bosin, Nicoletta Dessì, Bairappan Madusudhanan, Barbara Pes
2011 International Journal of Web Portals  
Grid a source of computational power, but also an information infrastructure.  ...  In turn, the workflow tasks are mapped to the corresponding scientific services by a workflow engine, the key being to separate logical aspects from implementation issues.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors acknowledge Cybersar Project and the Italian Grid Infrastructure (IGI) for the use of their computing facilities.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jwp.2011070102 fatcat:i4hpbqfxrbevtowg6tp5p5yjz4

Reusable Architectural Decision Models for Enterprise Application Development [chapter]

Olaf Zimmermann, Thomas Gschwind, Jochen Küster, Frank Leymann, Nelly Schuster
2007 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Based on a meta model capturing reuse and collaboration aspects explicitly, our framework instantiates decision models from requirements models and reusable decision templates.  ...  A major problem of such a retrospective approach is that the decision rationale is not available to decision makers when they identify, make, and enforce decisions.  ...  , Sven Milinksi, Frank Müller, Mike Papazoglou, Stefan Pappe, Cesare Pautasso, Willem-Jan van den Heuvel, Harald Wesenberg, and Uwe Zdun for their input, provided through many discussions and/or reviews  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-77619-2_2 fatcat:hl33y5bconanni6mp5cx5k3mgq

Leveraging the web of data via linked widgets

Amin Anjomshoaa, Elmar Kiesling, Dat Trinh Tuan, Do Ba Lam, Peter Wetz, A. Min Tjoa
2014 Journal of Service Science Research  
To this end, we introduce the "Linked Widget" concept as an enhancement of standard Web Widgets.  ...  In this paper, we introduce a novel approach to provide knowledge workers with the necessary tools to leverage the fast growing Linked Data Cloud by creating semantic-aware dataflow processes.  ...  LINKED WIDGETS REPOSITORY In order to promote sharing and reuse of Linked Widgets, they should be made an integral part of the Linked Data Cloud.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12927-014-0001-9 fatcat:ipplafgzdvh6hoq4xwqaaqqxym
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