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Issue No. 04 - July/August (2004 vol. 19)
ISSN: 1541-1672
pp: 16-23
Jim Blythe , USC Information Sciences Institute
Ewa Deelman , USC Information Sciences Institute
Yolanda Gil , USC Information Sciences Institute
Grid computing provides key infrastructure for distributed problem solving in dynamic virtual organizations. Many scientific projects have adopted grid computing, and industrial interest in it is rising rapidly. However, grids are still the domain of a few highly trained programmers with expertise in networking, high-performance computing, and operating systems. We aim to capture knowledge and heuristics about how to select application components and computing resources in a planning-based system, to help generate executable job workflows for a grid. We?ve integrated the planner with a grid environment, where it has generated in real time dozens of workflows with hundreds of jobs. To be applicable to a wide range of existing and new grid applications, the planner provides different levels of support, depending on the information available.
AI planning, grid computing, semantic grid, workflow management, AI applications

Y. Gil, E. Deelman and J. Blythe, "Automatically Composed Workflows for Grid Environments," in IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol. 19, no. , pp. 16-23, 2004.
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