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WOODSS and the Web

C. B. Medeiros, J. Perez-Alcazar, L. Digiampietri, G. Z. Pastorello, A. Santanche, R. S. Torres, E. Madeira, E. Bacarin
2005 SIGMOD record  
The many research challenges faced by us at the moment include: the extension of this framework to the Web, following Semantic Web standards; providing means of discovering workflow components on the Web  ...  Our projects with bio-scientists have led us to develop a scientific workflow infrastructure named WOODSS.  ...  This work was partially financed by CNPq, CAPES, FAPESP and UNIFACS, CNPq WebMaps and AgroFlow projects, and a Microsoft eScience grant.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1084805.1084810 fatcat:wev24qalhfchnofrpdmmaf6q4u

Guest editors' introduction to the special section on scientific workflows

Bertram Ludäscher, Carole Goble
2005 SIGMOD record  
We thank the SIGMOD-Record editor, Mario Nascimento, and all external reviewers of this special section for their support.  ...  Along with shared data warehouses and service registries, we envision shared catalogues of workflows indexed by metadata, as do Mederios et al in "WOODSS and the Web: Annotating and Reusing Scientific  ...  Many scientific workflow systems can execute remote web services and local tools (e.g., via a command-line interface).  ... 
doi:10.1145/1084805.1084807 fatcat:oudw75fybbdzzitsflozcpxjae

Annotating data to support decision-making

Carla Geovana N. Macário, Jefersson A. dos Santos, Claudia Bauzer Medeiros, Ricardo da S. Torres
2010 Proceedings of the 6th Workshop on Geographic Information Retrieval - GIR '10  
Moreover, annotation requires multidisciplinary collaboration of researchers, with access to heterogeneous and distributed data sources and scientific computations.  ...  Annotating data is however hard to perform and prone to errors, especially when executed manually. This difficulty increases with the amount of data to annotate.  ...  Additional support was provided by the Brazilian funding agencies Fapesp, CNPq and CAPES.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1722080.1722106 dblp:conf/gir/MacarioSMT10 fatcat:vyp4vhj3w5bmjg6vlyfgelxoiy

An approach for pipelining nested collections in scientific workflows

Timothy M. McPhillips, Shawn Bowers
2005 SIGMOD record  
This work was supported by the National Science Foundation GriPhyN Project, grant ITR-800864, the Mathematical, Information, and Computational Sciences Division subprogram of the Office of Advanced Scientific  ...  Department of Energy, and by the National Institutes of Health, grants NS37470 and NS44393.  ...  WOODSS and the Web: annotating and reusing scientific workflows C. B. Medeiros, J. Perez-Alcazar, L. Digiampietri, G. Z. Pastorello Jr, A. Santanche R. S. Torres, E. Madeira and E.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1084805.1084809 fatcat:sgtpcat7vzc3veb4dx2jgskpte

A model-driven approach for reusing service compositions

Carlos Granell, Michael Gould, Dolores María Llidó, Rafael Berlanga
2007 Proceedings of the 2007 Euro American conference on Telematics and information systems - EATIS '07  
However, to meaningfully facilitate scalable development and maintenance of web service applications it is necessary to pay attention to the reuse of not only atomic web services but also existing compositions  ...  The goal of this approach is two-fold: provide a simple but expressive service model represented jointly in terms of reusable services, building blocks for constructing and reusing new compositions, and  ...  [12] propose an interesting approach to annotate and reuse scientific workflows.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1352694.1352735 dblp:conf/eatis/GranellGLL07 fatcat:xspkc3pavfdyxkpohv3hdcwn2y

Searching workflows with hierarchical views

Ziyang Liu, Qihong Shao, Yi Chen
2010 Proceedings of the VLDB Endowment  
Workflows are prevalent in diverse applications, which can be scientific experiments, business processes, web services, or recipes.  ...  With the dramatically growing number of workflows, there is an increasing need for people to search a workflow repository using keywords and to retrieve the relevant ones.  ...  Such a multi-resolution data structure is a generalization of graphs and trees, and is widely used in many domains, such as scientific experiments, web services, spatial and temporal data, hierarchical  ... 
doi:10.14778/1920841.1920958 fatcat:q3ikamigejbgdkoi5czzjkqaua

Modeling and Storing Scientific Protocols [chapter]

Natalia Kwasnikowska, Yi Chen, Zoé Lacroix
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Our approach benefits scientists by allowing the archiving of scientific protocols with the collected data sets to constitute a scientific portfolio for the laboratory to query, compare and revise protocols  ...  We distinguish two different layers associated with scientific protocols: design and implementation, and discuss the mapping between them.  ...  Acknowledgments This research was partially supported by the National Science Foundation grants IIS 0612273, IIS 02230042 and IIS 0222847, and the NIH National Library of Medicine grant R03 LM008046-01  ... 
doi:10.1007/11915034_97 fatcat:jjxcgku26rhvdc37qqeqvri2b4