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13th IEEE International Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing (HPDC-13 '04)
Honolulu, Hawaii USA
June 04-June 06
ISBN: 0-7803-2175-4
Jonathan Weinberg, University of California, San Diego
Arun Jagatheesan, University of California, San Diego
Allen Ding, University of California, San Diego
Marcio Faerman, University of California, San Diego
Yuanfang Hu, University of California, San Diego
While conventional workflow systems have been around for many years, the deployment of analogous systems onto a grid infrastructure introduces a number of unique questions and challenges. Innovative approaches to grid workflow (gridflow) are needed to leverage the heterogeneity, autonomy, dynamic behavior, and wide-area distribution that characterize grid resources. The Matrix Project carries out research and development to deliver the language descriptions and protocols necessary to build collaborative gridflow management systems for the emerging grid infrastructures. We describe here our activities to date including development of the Data Grid Language (DGL) and the usage of the Matrix gridflow management system by the Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC) to manage its gridflows.
Citation:
Jonathan Weinberg, Arun Jagatheesan, Allen Ding, Marcio Faerman, Yuanfang Hu, "Gridflow Description, Query, and Execution at SCEC using the SDSC Matrix," hpdc, pp.262-263, 13th IEEE International Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing (HPDC-13 '04), 2004
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