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The Tiny Instrument Element [chapter]

Francesco Lelli, Cesare Pautasso
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In the past few years, the idea of extending the Grid to cover also the remote access, control, management of instrument devices has been explored in a few initiatives.  ...  The Tiny Instrument Element project defines a high level architecture for plugging instruments into the Grid and provides the corresponding skeleton implementation.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Pietro Molini, Eric Frizziero and Silvano Squizzato for their participation in the Case Study.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-01671-4_27 fatcat:qvtyckf6mrcghnjoc73ue3lita

Adapting the Instrument Element to Support a Remote Instrumentation Infrastructure [chapter]

M. Prica, R. Pugliese, A. Del Linz, A. Curri
2010 Remote Instrumentation and Virtual Laboratories  
This chapter describes how the GRIDCC's instrument element concepts have been implemented to support the challenging requirements of the DORII project and of a usable remote instrumentation infrastructure  ...  The new Instrument Element has been designed in order to be easy to use for both the application engineers and the scientists who are the final users of both the instruments and the grid infrastructure  ...  The GRIDCC [13] project proposed and realized a new grid component called the Instrument Element (IE) [20, 10, 21] that provides the traditional grid with an abstraction of real instruments and grid  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-5597-5_2 fatcat:j6buvrtednagfhfizfzachtmyy

Performance Evaluation of the DORII Instrument Element Data Transfer Capabilities [chapter]

Luca Berruti, Franco Davoli, Stefano Vignola, Sandro Zappatore
2011 Remote Instrumentation for eScience and Related Aspects  
Recent projects have proposed a complex and complete architecture that enables Internet users to remotely control instrumentation and perform experiments.  ...  According to such architecture, the instrument element (IE) represents the basic abstraction that allows physical instrumentation to be exposed as a web service and to become a manageable resource in a  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by the European Commission, Information Society, and Media DG, Unit F3 'GÉANT & e-Infrastructure', in the framework of the DORII FP7 Project (contract no. 213110  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-0508-5_2 fatcat:t74ylm2u2vfz3avu63gxwn5kbi

Parametric Jobs – Facilitation of Instrument Elements Usage In Grid Applications [chapter]

K. Bylec, S. Mueller, M. Pabiś, M. Wojtysiak, P. Wolniewicz
2010 Remote Instrumentation Services on the e-Infrastructure  
The chapter discusses how to simplify integration of Grid applications in the Remote Instrumentation Infrastructure with usage of parametric extensions for JSDL.  ...  Capabilities of Parametric Sweep are presented spotlighting features most valuable in the frame of applying to Instrument Element enabled applications.  ...  Though being relatively new in the Grid science, Instrument Elements acquire increasing interest.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-5574-6_2 fatcat:twtcvivtrnaylhxil3zd7kn55a

Grid Enabled Internet Instruments

Peter Komisarczuk, Christian Seifert, Dean Pemberton, Ian Welch
2007 IEEE GLOBECOM 2007-2007 IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference  
The GEII framework is a work in progress and the initial design is introduced in this paper as the basis of a new Grid of Internet sensors that could be deployed to improve Internet measurement and gain  ...  Ian.Welch Christian.Seifert Dean.Pemberton} This paper introduces the Grid Enabled Internet Instrument concept and discusses instruments that are being developed at Victoria University to  ...  We wish to thank Juniper for their donation of a J6300 router for the IBR tool and support from the HoneyNet Alliance.  ... 
doi:10.1109/glocom.2007.366 dblp:conf/globecom/KomisarczukSP07 fatcat:iyjeywecgzamlmcbt6i3q6ve74

Integration of the Laboratory Instruments with e-Infrastructure

Marcin Płóciennik, Norbert Meyer, Katarzyna Bylec, Szymon Mueller, Marcin Lawenda, Franco Davoli, Alexey Cheptsov, Ioannis Liabotis, Roberto Pugliese, Johannes Watzl, Michael Schiffers
2010 Computational Methods in Science and Technology  
The development of technologies that allow remote and shared access to laboratory instruments opens up new opportunities for researchers.  ...  A combination of networks, computational, storage infrastructure and the scientific instrumentation (equipped with sensor networks) composes a new kind of e-Infrastructure.  ...  Remote Instrumentation Infrastructure)  ... 
doi:10.12921/ fatcat:rfzyg6kkgrb4nblfmm43pq2goe

Indicator Minerals, Pathfinder Elements, and Portable Analytical Instruments in Mineral Exploration Studies

V. Balaram, S. S. Sawant
2022 Minerals  
LED fluorimeter is a potential portable tool in the hydrogeochemical prospecting studies of uranium.  ...  These instruments are currently providing direct, rapid, on-site, real-time, non-destructive, cost-effective identification, and determination of target elements, indicator minerals and pathfinder elements  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors thank the Director, CSIR-NGRI, Hyderabad, for the support and encouragement. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/min12040394 fatcat:u224fz6py5b3rm2jc3cifte2li

The many faces of the integration of instruments and the grid

F. Lelli, E. Frizziero, M. Gulmini, G. Maron, S. Orlando, A. Petrucci, S. Squizzato
2007 International Journal of Web and Grid Services  
We cope with this open problem by proposing and realising the first release of the Instrument Element (IE), a new grid component that provides the computational/data grid with an abstraction of real instruments  ...  However, concrete use cases demand a closer interaction between various types of instruments accessible from the grid on the one hand and the classical grid infrastructure, typically composed of Computing  ...  Acknowledgement The GridCC project is supported under EU FP6 contract 511382.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijwgs.2007.014953 fatcat:ua47r2hzkzg7jakinphchiuz6a

Adding Instruments and Workflow Support to Existing Grid Architectures [chapter]

D. J. Colling, L. W. Dickens, T. Ferrari, Y. Hassoun, C. A. Kotsokalis, M. Krznaric, J. Martyniak, A. S. McGough, E. Ronchieri
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We propose here a set of high level services which may be used on-top of these existing Grid architectures such that the benefits of these architectures may be exploited along with the new functionality  ...  Application scientists are now seeking to manage and use physical instrumentation on the Grid, integrating these with the computational tasks they already perform.  ...  The engine is then able to submit the stages of the workflow to the existing (in this case gLite) Grid middleware.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11758532_129 fatcat:4hmzndntanfnja7fnkqc6ndwnu

VIRA: A CIMA Based System for the Operation of Remote Scientific Instruments

Ian Atkinson, Douglas J. du Boulay, Sandor Brockhauser, Donald F. McMullen, Romain Quilici, Andrew Sharpe, Peter Turner
2009 Computational Methods in Science and Technology  
the common Instrument Middleware Architecture (CIMA) has been adopted and is being further developed as part of a project that includes the use of virtual instruments in a Web browser driven system for  ...  Enhancements include distinct separation of concern for the modular components that make up the system, and a flexible message parcel schema.  ...  enable and embed instruments as addressable Web and Grid resources.  ... 
doi:10.12921/cmst.2009.15.01.75-82 fatcat:vgumydsz6fd3nkn2es4w6wlel4

Remote Oceanographic Instrumentation Integrated in a GRID Environment

S. Salon, P.-M. Poulain, E. Mauri, R. Gerin, D. Adami, F. Davoli
2009 Computational Methods in Science and Technology  
The management of a network of instruments deployed in the Mediterranean Sea is a complex task that may be greatly supported by the GRID technology.  ...  The observations provided by oceanographic remote instruments are essential to the purposes of the operational oceanography that represents a constantly growing tool to monitor and predict the state of  ...  It is worth highlighting that a new enhanced version of GLIDER, which enables real-time operational control of the sensor from a remote site, is currently being designed and will be developed in the near  ... 
doi:10.12921/cmst.2009.15.01.49-55 fatcat:blnrmqarlbc6ti53kv6tqnnjpm

Towards Deployment of the Remote Instrumentation e-Infrastructure (in the Frame of the DORII Project)

Alexey Cheptsov, Rainer Keller, Roberto Pugliese, Milan Prica, Andrea Del Linz, Marcin Plociennik, Marcin Lawenda, Norbert Meyer
2009 Computational Methods in Science and Technology  
equipment and remote instrumentation that have not been integrated yet or only partially integrated within the European Grid e-Infrastructure.  ...  The Deployment of Remote Instrumentation Infrastructure (DORII) project aims at setting up an advanced Grid-based e-Infrastructure specifically oriented to the support of remote instrumentation devices  ...  A flexible environment that DORII will set up will allow to integrate the remote instrumentation into the e-Infrastructure as a full-fledged grid component enabling a full range of provided Remote Instrumentation  ... 
doi:10.12921/cmst.2009.15.01.65-74 fatcat:vzcn6dgz6ffkhlvsw42qxxsvwe

Smart Measuring Instruments for Cyber-Physical Systems

Mykola Mykyychuk, Svyatoslav Yatsyshyn, Bohdan Stadnyk, Yaroslav Lutsyk
2016 Advances in Cyber-Physical Systems  
Aiming the substantial development of Cyber-Physical systems, which are becoming a key element of everyday life, the smart measuring instruments are considered below as the indispensable part of entire  ...  methods, instruments, that is successfully described by the terms "metrological hardware, software, and middleware".  ...  Smart grid sensors enable the remote monitoring of equipment such as transformers and power lines and the demandside management of resources on energy smart grid [8].  ... 
doi:10.23939/acps2016.01.007 fatcat:p37dllrntrannfjhbunnhr6r2i

An investigation of secure remote instrument control

D.P. Schissel, G. Abla, T. Fredian, M. Greenwald, B.G. Penaflor, J. Stillerman, M.L. Walker, D.J. Ciarlette
2010 Fusion engineering and design  
This paper examines the computer science issues associated with secure remote instrumentation control for magnetic fusion experiments.  ...  The architecture of the module interface is flexible enough that it can easily allow the future addition of new modules.  ...  Acknowledgment This work was supported in part by the US Department of Energy under DE-FC02-04ER54698, DE-FC02-01ER25455, and DE-AC05-00OR22725.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.fusengdes.2010.03.019 fatcat:izyrd2pqffagvedfciwr5fcthi

Integrating Instruments in the Grid for On-line and Off-line Processing in a Synchrotron Radiation Facility

Roberto Pugliese, Milan Prica, George Kourousias, Andea Del Linz, Alessio Curri
2009 Computational Methods in Science and Technology  
A viable solution is developing suitable infrastructures that allow remote operation of the experimental facilities.  ...  We focus on the importance of the transparent integration of instruments in the traditional Grid.  ...  The Virtual Control Room is a system that enables operators, scientists and support personnel to use remotely the experimental setup and collaborate in a virtual but efficient way.  ... 
doi:10.12921/cmst.2009.15.01.21-30 fatcat:vxfkjs5kfrfihijq43pudouauq
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