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Towards an e-Infrastructure for Urban Research across Australia

Richard O. Sinnott, Gerson Galang, Martin Tomko, Robert Stimson
2011 2011 IEEE Seventh International Conference on eScience  
Many challenges facing urban and built environment researchers stem from the complexity and diversity of the urban data landscape. This landscape is typified by multiple independent organizations each holding a variety of heterogeneous data sets of relevance to the urban community. Furthermore, urban research itself is diverse and multi-faceted covering areas as disparate as health, population demographics, logistics, energy and water usage, through to socio-economic indicators associated with
more » ... ommunities. The Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN) project (www.aurin.org.au) is tasked with developing an e-Infrastructure through which a range of urban and built environment research areas will be supported. This will be achieved through development and support of a common (underpinning) e-Infrastructure. This paper outlines the requirements and design principles of the e-Infrastructure and how it aims to provide seamless, secure access to diverse, distributed data sets and tools of relevance to the urban research community. We also describe the initial case studies and their implementation that are currently shaping this e-Infrastructure.
doi:10.1109/escience.2011.48 dblp:conf/eScience/SinnottGTS11 fatcat:qxfmicqty5airabf6k4hakst3q

Elastic Scaling of e-Infrastructures to Support Data-Intensive Research Collaborations

Marcos Nino-Ruiz, Christopher Bayliss, Gerson Galang, Guido Grazioli, Rosana Rabanal, Martin Tomko, Richard O. Sinnott
2014 2014 IEEE 10th International Conference on e-Science  
For many research endeavours, e-Infrastructures need to provide predictable, on-demand access to large-scale computational resources with high data availability. These need to scale with the research communities requirements and use. One example of such an e-Infrastructure is the Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN -www.aurin.org.au) project, which supports Australia-wide research in and across the urban and built environment. This paper describes the architecture of the
more » ... N infrastructure and its support for access to distributed (federated) and highly heterogeneous data sets from a wide range of providers. We present how this architecture solution leverages the intersection of high throughput computing (HTC), infrastructure as a service (IaaS) Cloud services and big data technologies including use of NoSQL resources. The driving concept in this architecture and the focus of this paper is the ability for scaling up or down depending on resource demands at any given time. This is done automatically and on demand avoiding either under-or over-utilization of resources. This resourceoptimization-driven infrastructure has been designed to ensure that peak loads can be predicted and successfully coped with, as well as avoid wasting resources during non-peak times. This overall management strategy has resulted in an e-Infrastructure that provides a flexible, evolving research environment that scales with research needs, rather than providing a rigid (static) end product. Abstract-For many research endeavours, e-Infrastructures need to provide predictable, on-demand access to large-scale computational resources with high data availability. These need to scale with the research communities requirements and use. One example of such an e-Infrastructure is the Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN -www.aurin.org.au) project, which supports Australia-wide research in and across the urban and built environment. This paper describes the architecture of the AURIN infrastructure and its support for access to distributed (federated) and highly heterogeneous data sets from a wide range of providers. We present how this architecture solution leverages the intersection of high throughput computing (HTC), infrastructure as a service (IaaS) Cloud services and big data technologies including use of NoSQL resources. The driving concept in this architecture and the focus of this paper is the ability for scaling up or down depending on resource demands at any given time. This is done automatically and on demand avoiding either under-or over-utilization of resources. This resource-optimization-driven infrastructure has been designed to ensure that peak loads can be predicted and successfully coped with, as well as avoid wasting resources during non-peak times. This overall management strategy has resulted in an e-Infrastructure that provides a flexible, evolving research environment that scales with research needs, rather than providing a rigid (static) end product.
doi:10.1109/escience.2014.13 dblp:conf/eScience/Nino-RuizBGGRTS14 fatcat:qxvje4ipy5bafkdzbpbmafe4zq

A data-driven urban research environment for Australia

Richard O. Sinnott, Christopher Bayliss, Gerson Galang, Phillip Greenwood, George Koetsier, Damien Mannix, Luca Morandini, Marcos Nino-Ruiz, Chris Pettit, Martin Tomko, Muhammed Sarwar, Robert Stimson (+2 others)
2012 2012 IEEE 8th International Conference on E-Science  
The Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN) project (www.aurin.org.au) is tasked with developing an e-Infrastructure to support urban and built environment research across Australia. As identified in [1], this e-Infrastructure must provide seamless access to highly distributed and heterogeneous data sets from multiple organisations with accompanying analytical and visualization capabilities. The project is tasked with delivering a secure, webbased unifying environment offering
more » ... one-stop-shop for Australia-wide urban and built environment research. This paper describes the architectural design and implementation of the AURIN data-driven e-Infrastructure, where data is not just a passive entity that is accessed and used as a consequence of research demand, but is instead, directly shaping the computational access, processing and intelligent utilization possibilities. This is demonstrated in a situational context.
doi:10.1109/escience.2012.6404481 dblp:conf/eScience/SinnottBGGKMMNPTSSVW12 fatcat:d3j5i3y6m5cldguxat2neq2xoq

Experiences with a Grid Gateway Architecture Using Virtual Machines

David Bannon, Rajesh Chhabra, Paul Coddington, Daniel Cox, Frank Crawford, Rhys Francis, Gerson Galang, Graham Jenkins, Marco La Rosa, Steve McMahon, Terry Rankine, Robert Woodcock (+1 others)
2006 First International Workshop on Virtualization Technology in Distributed Computing (VTDC 2006)  
The Australian Partnership for Advanced Computing (APAC) began developing the APAC National Grid in 2004. The APAC Grid integrates several partner sites, most of which have multiple compute resources. Different APAC grid application projects require different grid middleware systems, including GT2, GT4 and LCG. In order to provide these different systems to interface to different resources at each site, it was decided to provide a single, standard grid gateway machine at each site, and to use
more » ... n to provide a number of virtual machines to run the different grid middleware stacks, as well as other services such as grid portals and data management. In this paper we discuss the design of this system, and our experiences in deploying and using virtual machines on a single grid gateway machine for interfacing to multiple clusters at a site.
doi:10.1109/vtdc.2006.5 fatcat:utpy2bvp4nay5lupwcnxwyiclm

The Urban Research Gateway for Australia: Development of a Federated, Multi-disciplinary Research e-Infrastructure

Richard O. Sinnott, Christopher Bayliss, Andrew J. Bromage, Gerson Galang, Guido Grazioli, Phillip Greenwood, Angus Macaulay, Damien Mannix, Luca Morandini, Marcos Nino-Ruiz, Christopher J. Pettit, Martin Tomko (+4 others)
2013 International Workshop on Science Gateways  
The $20m Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN) project (www.aurin.org.au) began in July 2010. AURIN is developing a secure, web-based virtual environment (e-Infrastructure) -a lab-in-a-browser -offering access to diverse, distributed and extremely heterogeneous data sets together with an extensive portfolio of targeted analytical and visualization tools. This is being provisioned for Australiawide urban and built environment researchers -itself a highly heterogeneous
more » ... n of research communities with diverse demands. This paper describes these demands and their associated needs and expectations on the e-Infrastructure and illustrates through a range of working examples how the e-Infrastructure allows inter-disciplinary research collaborations to take place. An overview of the e-Infrastructure itself is provided and how it allows tackling these demands.
dblp:conf/iwsg/SinnottBBGGGMMMNPTSSVW13 fatcat:ndkizvxrizdzbkxmatwzvchog4

Page 361 of Florida Bar Journal Vol. 71, Issue 8 [page]

1997 Florida Bar Journal  
GERSON,Mindy Dara . GERSON,PaulF . GERSON,Philip Maurice . 01 GERSTEIRJacqueline G . GERSTEIRNorrnan Stuart . GERSTEIRTerri Ellen . GERSTEN,Carol Rita . GERSTEN,David Michael . GERSTERJudtth L .  ...  Lynn . 95 GAGLIANO,Richard Charles . 86 GAILEY, James Robert . 80 GAINES,Diartne Saulney . 80 GAINES,Richard Hartley . 95 GAINOR,Ronald . 86 GAINSBURG,Elissa Hope Aronson . 94 GALAMAGA,Robert J . 74 GALANG  ... 

Structural and magnetic transitions of Cd6R approximants

R. Tamura
2011 Acta Crystallographica Section A Foundations of Crystallography  
Meyer, a Russell Sim, a Gerson Galang, b Shaun O'Keefe, b Ian Thomas, c Nigel Holdgate, a Calvin Chow, a Alistair Grant, d Anthony Beitz, a Paul Bonnington, a Heinz W.  ... 
doi:10.1107/s0108767311096474 fatcat:zs77wfwy2zbcdf2d72pbdv4zri

Page 352 of Florida Bar Journal Vol. 70, Issue 8 [page]

1996 Florida Bar Journal  
...59 GOTTLIEBJay . .76 GUERRIERi.Oaniel . ...83 GALAMAGA,Robert J . . . .74 GERSTEIN, Norman Stuart ...73 GOLDMAN, Richard David . ...83 GOTTLIEB, Kuen Marcia . ...75 GUILFORD, Jennifer Roof . ...91 GALANG  ...  GOLDMANJoel Keith . 90 GOSTELGuy Steven . ...74 GUERRACynthia M . . . .91 GAINES, Dianne Saulney 80 GERSON.Paul F . 66 GOLDMAN.Marc L . . 86 GOTLIEB, Ruben Nathan . 85 GUERRAJorge L . 86 GAINOR, Ronald . 86 GERSON  ... 

Page 424 of Florida Bar Journal Vol. 72, Issue 8 [page]

1998 Florida Bar Journal  
Andrew Louis . 80 GERMI All 89 1 GOLDFARB.Gregg Matthew . 93 I GORDON.Beth Melissa . 91 GERSON.Paui F . 66 ' GOLDFARB.Margaret Uller . 78 ' GOflOON.Felicia Melody . 90 GERSON, Philip Maurice . 01 . 70  ...  Saulney . 80 FOSTER,Lois AngeHie . 85 ; GAINES,Richard Hartley . 95 i FOSTER,Michael Charles . 95 i GAINOR.Ronald . 86 l FOSTER-MORALES,Don . 90 i GALAMAGA.Robed J . 74 ' FOULKES,Michael Augustine . 95 ; GALANG  ... 

Page 241 of Child Development Abstracts and Bibliography Vol. 53, Issue 5-6 [page]

Child Development Abstracts and Bibliography  
., 309 Galang, R. G., 154 Galbraith, R. C., 532 Gallacher, K., 213 Gallagher, J. M., 533, 1004 Gallagher, T. M., 68, 69 Gallistel, C.  ...  J., 216 Gerson, R. F., 537 Ghodsian, M., 762 Gholson, B., 140, 153, 1100 Gibson, E. J., 71 Gilbert, E., 14 Gilbert, J. H. V., 72 Gilboa, D., 538 Gillies, P., 221 Gilman, L.  ... 

Dinamika Sastra Indonesia Di Tengah Kebinekaan Sastra Daerah

Tirto Suwondo
2008 Zenodo  
Lokalitas Ternate tampak pada novel Sang Guru (Gerson Poyk).  ...  Navila, Narasi, Matari, Jendela, Aksara, Pustaka Pelajar, Galang Press, dan Indonesia Tera di Magelang mulai rajin menerbitkan karya sastra, bahkan tidak hanya karya pengarang Yogya, tetapi juga karya  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1257694 fatcat:im62qgl25fcy5jzhk2hiv3oc5y

Conservation Species of NTFPs Through Agroforestry for Community Livelihoods in Sikka, East Nusa Tenggara

Gerson N Njurumana, Dona Octavia
2020 Journal of Sylva Indonesiana  
.), ginger (Zingiber officinale var rubrum rhizome), galangal (Alpinia galangal (L) Willd.), mahogany (Swietenia mahagoni (L.)  ... 
doi:10.32734/jsi.v3i01.1984 fatcat:xsiutcv2tvggjp32w6gqxrz23m

Review article: rifaximin, a minimally absorbed oral antibacterial, for the treatment of travellers' diarrhoea

P. LAYER, V. ANDRESEN
2010 Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics  
Hecht DW, Galang MA, Sambol SP, Osmolski JR, Johnson S, Gerding DN.  ...  DuPont HL, Jiang ZD, Belkind-Gerson J, et al. Treatment of traveler's diarrhea: randomized trial comparing rifaximin, rifaximin plus loperamide, and loperamide alone.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2036.2010.04296.x pmid:20331580 fatcat:iyehxqgs5bh7tfrkorecbb34ay

The Livelihood Challenge of Forest Honey Bee Farmers amidst COVID-19 Pandemic in Mutis, Indonesia

Gerson Ndawa Njurumana, Norman P.L.B. Riwu Kaho, Elisa Iswandono, Sherley S. Wila Huky, Budy Z. Mooy, Fatmawati Fatmawati, Darius A. Kian, Yeni F. Nomeni
2021 Forest and Society  
Examples include ginger (Zingiber officinale), galangal (Alpinia galanga), cutcherry (Kaempferia galanga), turmeric (Curcuma longa), and Curcuma (Curcuma zanthorrhiza).  ... 
doi:10.24259/fs.v5i2.11556 fatcat:ddpe55lrhnd5pj6msasabxvf2e

Local Wisdom of West Timorese Farmers in Land Management

Yohanis Ngongo, Tony Basuki, Bernard deRosari, Evert Y. Hosang, Jacob Nulik, Helena daSilva, Debora Kana Hau, Alfonso Sitorus, Noldy R. E. Kotta, Gerson N. Njurumana, Eko Pujiono, Lily Ishaq (+2 others)
2022 Sustainability  
Some farmers' groups cultivate some herbs and medicinal plants, such as ginger (Zingiber officinale), galangal (Alpinia galanga), aromatic ginger (Kaempferia galanga), turmeric (Curcuma longa), and Curcuma  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14106023 fatcat:63tbksx6afh5ri4cfawfuwqz54
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