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From the President: Productive Engagement in Salary Equity

Pauletta Brown Bracy
2009 North Carolina Libraries  
He appointed the Better Salaries and Pay Equity Task Force which published a helpful resource, Advocating for Better Salaries and Pay Equity Toolkit (2003).  ...  The task force's pay equity advocacy program is founded on the reality of a predominately female workforce which is less well paid than those in fields of comparable work dominated by males.  ...  In the related field of network systems, the median projected salary was $61,390. The median for computer systems analysts was $64,890. An information scientist's salary was projected at $80,510.  ... 
doi:10.3776/ncl.v62i2.139 fatcat:anenpwxitzfclhhtezeboprjau

Enhancing workflow with a semantic description of scientific intent

Edoardo Pignotti, Peter Edwards, Nick Gotts, Gary Polhill
2011 Journal of Web Semantics  
To realise this model a framework based upon a number of Semantic Web technologies has been developed, including the OWL ontology language and the Semantic Web Rule Language (SWRL).  ...  Scientists are becoming increasingly dependent upon resources available through the Internet including, for example, datasets and computational modelling services, which are changing the way they conduct  ...  A detailed example of the use of this framework is presented in section 6.2.2. Scientist's Intent Grid Service The core of SIF is developed as a Globus Toolkit Grid service.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.websem.2011.05.001 fatcat:jbo4xgu6rjhotgazjpxkst4t34

Computational biomedicine: The role of workflow tools

S.J. Zasada, P.V. Coveney
2010 Procedia Computer Science  
In this paper we analyse the needs of computational biomedicine projects to uncover the key, generic requirements they have from a workflow system.  ...  We conclude by describing the workflow and simulation environment that we have deployed for use of Virtual Physiological Human Initiative researchers, as part of the VPH Toolkit.  ...  Scientific Workflow Tools Many workflow environments have emerged over the last few years, and reached a level of maturity and uptake that means they are now key components of the computational scientist's  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2010.04.309 fatcat:d55t4mw5trfsthsknlgoqu2esi

Toolkits and interface creativity

Saul Greenberg
2006 Multimedia tools and applications  
In contrast, toolkits for novel and perhaps unfamiliar application areas enhance the creativity of these programmers.  ...  By removing low-level implementation burdens and supplying appropriate building blocks, toolkits give people a 'language' to think about these new interfaces, which in turn allows them to concentrate on  ...  My graduate students and colleagues were instrumental in creating a culture promoting toolkit design and use: Mark Roseman, Carl Gutwin, Michael Boyle, Chester Fitchett and several others were key players  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11042-006-0062-y fatcat:abbzoth5vjfvdapufsetca7loi

An ArcGIS Toolkit to Assist in Using Digital Soil Data for BAER Erosion Hazard Ratings

Jonna DuShey, Patrick Drohan, Douglas Miller
2010 Soil Horizons  
The Smokey BEHR Toolkit bridges that knowledge gap and gives the soil scien-abstract After a wildfire, understanding a landscape's response to precipitation is essential.  ...  Second, since the focus of the Toolkit is BAER work, the Toolkit asks for a fire perimeter to limit the data analysis extent. In reality, any polygon would work (e.g., watershed).  ... 
doi:10.2136/sh2010.2.0049 fatcat:cynayma7xra4pdfe7loj5p2mgu

SIC volume 23 issue 4 Cover and Back matter

2010 Science in Context  
cognitive scientist's "toolkit" -the vast range of techniques and tools that cognitive scientists can use to study the mind Draws on cutting-edge research and new developments to explore both the achievements  ...  Without resorting to either advanced math or even a bit of hand-waving, Easley and Kleinberg take us through the essential concepts and intriguing real-world applications."  ...  Cover illustration: David Ben Gurion inspects the WEIZAC, the first computer built in Israel (1955) , and one of the first large-scale, electronic computers in the world.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0269889710000141 fatcat:lzmftvb6mbhgloj23wlcmf4an4

Collaborative grid infrastructure for molecular simulations: TheeMinerals minigrid as a prototype integrated compute and data grid

M. Calleja, R. Bruin, M. G. Tucker, M. T. Dove, R. Tyer, L. Blanshard, K. Kleese van Dam, R. J. Allan, C. Chapman, W. Emmerich, P. Wilson, J. Brodholt (+2 others)
2005 Molecular Simulation  
This paper describes a prototype grid infrastructure, called the "eMinerals minigrid", for molecular simulation scientists. which is based on an integration of shared compute and data resources.  ...  We describe the key components, namely the use of Condor pools, Linux/Unix clusters with PBS and IBM's LoadLeveller job handling tools, the use of Globus for security handling, the use of Condor-G tools  ...  We are grateful to other colleagues on the eMinerals project for helping to test and improve the capabilities of the eMinerals minigrid.  ... 
doi:10.1080/08927020500067195 fatcat:6n47sxfajzawpkd7a4unb5ev74

Building cyberinfrastructure for bioinformatics using service oriented architecture

W.W. Li, S. Krishnan, K. Mueller, K. Ichikawa, S. Date, S. Dallakyan, M. Sanner, C. Misleh, Zhaohui Ding, Xiaohui Wei, O. Tatebe, P.W. Arzberger
2006 Sixth IEEE International Symposium on Cluster Computing and the Grid (CCGRID'06)  
Here we describe an end to end prototype environment that allows existing applications to run on the grid, taking advantage of open source software that provides a portal interface using GridSphere, with  ...  The availability of this type of cyberinfrastructure suggests that new applications should be designed with the grid in mind, using service oriented architecture for interoperability and efficiency.  ...  Bioinformatics or computational biology, "the use of computer-driven methods to enable biological knowledge", is becoming as pervasive as what molecular biology is to experimental biology, an essential  ... 
doi:10.1109/ccgrid.2006.1630932 fatcat:bszkz5mfqzapbkl52mkynojxny

Data Science with Vadalog: Bridging Machine Learning and Reasoning [chapter]

Luigi Bellomarini, Ruslan R. Fayzrakhmanov, Georg Gottlob, Andrey Kravchenko, Eleonora Laurenza, Yavor Nenov, Stéphane Reissfelder, Emanuel Sallinger, Evgeny Sherkhonov, Lianlong Wu
2018 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
science toolkits, such as the Jupyter platform.  ...  Following the recent successful examples of large technology companies, many modern enterprises seek to build knowledge graphs to provide a unified view of corporate knowledge and to draw deep insights  ...  This work is supported by the EPSRC programme grant EP/M025268/1. The Vadalog system is IP of the University of Oxford.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-00856-7_1 fatcat:y6vhqytaqbfg7ev4li2zkn53m4

MAGNET: a tool for debugging, analyzing and adapting computing systems

M.K. Gardner, Wu-chun Feng, M. Broxton, A. Engelhart, G. Hurwitz
2003 CCGrid 2003. 3rd IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster Computing and the Grid, 2003. Proceedings.  
In this paper, we first present the design, implementation and evaluation of MAGNET.  ...  As computing systems grow in complexity, the cluster and grid communities require more sophisticated tools to diagnose, debug and analyze such systems.  ...  The application consists of a renderer which is co-located with the stored data and a user interface that executes on the scientist's workstation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ccgrid.2003.1199382 dblp:conf/ccgrid/GardneryFBEH03 fatcat:frpd5ifqzzci3j5b4uoomgk4ti

Taking Stock of the Toolkit

Jelle W. Boumans, Damian Trilling
2015 Digital Journalism  
To increase awareness of what computational methods have to offer, we take stock of the toolkit and show the ways in which computational methods can aid journalism studies.  ...  The sheer amount of data and the unique features of digital content call for the application of valuable new techniques.  ...  Several options can be considered to overcome these barriers, as follows: • Cooperations and interdisciplinary teams: A lexicon to guide the journalism scholar through the computer scientist's world and  ... 
doi:10.1080/21670811.2015.1096598 fatcat:f2rqzpbl5vb4hjv5ikkudrhwle

Scientific Workflow: A Survey and Research Directions [chapter]

Adam Barker, Jano van Hemert
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
As an antidote to this common problem, this paper presents a concise survey of existing workflow technology from the business and scientific domain and makes a number of key suggestions towards the future  ...  However with a space filled with competing specifications, standards and frameworks from multiple domains, choosing the right tool for the job is not always a straightforward task.  ...  By loosely coupled we mean that the client of a service is essentially independent from the service itself.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-68111-3_78 fatcat:2g6jvxwctjeyfdyos6yg74vo2i

The Application Hosting Environment: Lightweight Middleware for Grid-Based Computational Science [article]

P. V. Coveney, R. S. Saksena, S. J. Zasada, M. McKeown, S. Pickles
2006 arXiv   pre-print
It provides a higher level abstraction of a grid than is offered by existing grid middleware schemes such as the Globus Toolkit.  ...  We describe how a range of computational science codes have been hosted within the AHE and how the design of the AHE allows us to implement complex workflows for deployment on grid infrastructure.  ...  As mentioned in the main text, from a computational scientist's perspective a web service is simply any computational functionality accessible over a network as a service.  ... 
arXiv:physics/0609168v2 fatcat:3hgdkdhncfcmzgo5ap5x4jxpwa

Using Quantitative Methods in Industry

Olivia Lau, Ian Yohai
2016 PS: Political Science and Politics  
Having followed the data science path for several years, we have identifi ed some areas where political science quantitative methods training overlaps with the essential elements of the data scientist's  ...  toolkit: experimental design and causal inference; design and analysis of survey data; predictive modeling; and fi nally implementing methods in computing languages such as R or Python.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1049096516000901 fatcat:hwz54gnjszaqhkrdjd5vzmwfiu

AN INTERACTIVE WEB-BASED ANALYSIS FRAMEWORK FOR REMOTE SENSING CLOUD COMPUTING

X. Z. Wang, H. M. Zhang, J. H. Zhao, Q. H. Lin, Y. C. Zhou, J. H. Li
2015 ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
The elastic, scalable, and flexible cloud computing environment is built using Docker, which is a technology of open-source lightweight cloud computing container in the Linux operating system.  ...  built by Docker makes the greatest use of the host system resources, and can handle more concurrent spatial-temporal computing tasks.  ...  Second, with the computing demands increasing in massive geospatial data computing, a scientist's personal computer or workstation will quickly be overwhelmed for its low computing speed.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprsannals-ii-4-w2-43-2015 fatcat:xwfrvbdb2jhw5oc2zkkawmvfe4
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