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Sept. 4, 2006 to Sept. 8, 2006
ISBN: 0-7695-2641-1
pp: 206-210
Maria Cl?udia Cavalcanti , IME-RJ, Brazil
Alberto M. R. D?vila , FIOCRUZ, Brazil
Scientific workflows are emerging as a suitable practice to support bioinformatics experiments. Specially, in distributed environments, where workflow steps are located at different sites, workflows can create an independent and interoperable environment between the scientific applications and databases, when combined with the Web Services technology. Web Services have been useful as legacy code wrappers, in order to facilitate distributed workflow definition and orchestration. However, there is an increasing need to address workflow intermediate data management. This work presents the In Services system that provides support for bioinformatics workflows redefinition. This redefinition enables the user to include specific data management services, according to his needs. These services are able to filter, store and retrieve data that are generated in each workflow execution step.
Fabr?cio Nogueira da Silva, Maria Cl?udia Cavalcanti, Alberto M. R. D?vila, "In Services: Data Management for In Silico Workflows", DEXA, 2006, Seventeenth International Conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications, Seventeenth International Conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications 2006, pp. 206-210, doi:10.1109/DEXA.2006.72
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