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Interactive Workflows in a Virtual Laboratory for e-Bioscience: The SigWin-Detector Tool for Gene Expression Analysis
Found in: e-Science and Grid Computing, International Conference on
By Marcia A. Inda, Adam S.Z. Belloum, Marco Roos, Dmitry Vasunin, Cees de Laat, L.O. Hertzberger, Timo M. Breit
Issue Date:December 2006
pp. 19
Explorative research is a vital part of biological sciences. Biologists frequently have to examine and compare multiple (large) sets of biological data in an interactive and explorative manner. Exploring alternative ways of examining the data and managing ...
Collaborative e-Science Experiments and Scientific Workflows
Found in: IEEE Internet Computing
By Adam Belloum, Marcia A. Inda, Dmitry Vasunin, Vladimir Korkhov, Zhiming Zhao, Han Rauwerda, Timo M. Breit, Marian Bubak, Luis O. Hertzberger
Issue Date:July 2011
pp. 39-47
<p>Recent advances in Internet and grid technologies have greatly enhanced scientific experiments' life cycle. In addition to compute- and data-intensive tasks, large-scale collaborations involving geographically distributed scientists and e-infrastr...
Analysing Scientific Workflows: Why Workflows Not Only Connect Web Services
Found in: Services, IEEE Congress on
By Ingo Wassink, Paul E. van der Vet, Katy Wolstencroft, Pieter B.T. Neerincx, Marco Roos, Han Rauwerda, Timo M. Breit
Issue Date:July 2009
pp. 314-321
Life science workflow systems are developed to help life scientists to conveniently connect various programs and web services. In practice however, much time is spent on data conversion, because web services provided by different organisations use differen...
Evaluating the Design of Biological Cells Using a Computer Workbench
Found in: Simulation Symposium, Annual
By Tessa E. Pronk, Simon Polstra, Andy D. Pimentel, Timo M. Breit
Issue Date:March 2007
pp. 88-98
For embedded systems as well as for biological cell sys- tems, design is a feature that defines their identity. The as- sembly of different components in designs of both systems can vary widely. Given the similarities between computers and cellular systems...