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2008 IEEE Fourth International Conference on eScience (2008)
Indianapolis, IN
Dec. 7, 2008 to Dec. 12, 2008
ISBN: 978-1-4244-3380-3
pp: 198-205
Simulation and thus scientific computing is the third pillar alongside theory and experiment in todays science and engineering. The term e-science evolved as a new research field that focuses on collaboration in key areas of science using next generation infrastructures to extend the powers of scientific computing. This paper contributes to the field of e-science as a study of how scientists actually work within currently existing Grid and e-science infrastructures. Alongside numerous different scientific applications, we identified several common approaches with similar characteristics in different domains. These approaches are described together with a classification on how to perform e-science in next generation infrastructures. The paper is thus a survey paper which provides an overview of the e-science research domain.
e-science, infrastructure, Grid, interoperability, scientific computing, science

F. Wolf, T. Lippert, D. Kranzlm, A. Streit and M. Riedel, "Classification of Different Approaches for e-Science Applications in Next Generation Computing Infrastructures," 2008 IEEE Fourth International Conference on eScience(ESCIENCE), Indianapolis, IN, 2008, pp. 198-205.
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