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2013 IEEE Ninth World Congress on Services (2007)
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
July 9, 2007 to July 13, 2007
ISBN: 0-7695-2926-7
pp: 138-145
Dirk Habich , TU Dresden, Germany
Uwe Assmann , TU Dresden, Germany
Wolfgang Lehner , TU Dresden, Germany
Albert Maier , IBM Boblingen, Germany
Sebastian Richly , TU Dresden, Germany
Mike Grasselt , IBM Boblingen, Germany
Christian Pilarsky , TU Dresden, Germany
In the context of genome research, the method of gene expression analysis has been used for several years. Related microarray experiments are conducted all over the world, and consequently, a vast amount of microarray data sets are produced. Having access to this variety of repositories, researchers would like to incorporate this data in their analyses processes to increase the statistical significance of their results. Such analyses processes are typical examples of data-intensive processes. In general, data-intensive processes are characterized by (i) a sequence of functional operations processing large amount of data and (ii) the transportation and transformation of huge data sets between the functional operations. To support data-intensive processes, an efficient and scalable environment is required, since the performance is a key factor today. The service-oriented architecture (SOA) is beneficial in this area according to process orchestration and execution. However, the current realization of SOA with Web services and BPEL includes some drawbacks with regard to the performance of the data propagation between Web services. Therefore, we present in this paper our data-aware service-oriented approach to efficiently support such data-intensive processes.
Dirk Habich, Uwe Assmann, Wolfgang Lehner, Albert Maier, Sebastian Richly, Mike Grasselt, Christian Pilarsky, "Data-aware SOA for Gene Expression Analysis Processes", 2013 IEEE Ninth World Congress on Services, vol. 00, no. , pp. 138-145, 2007, doi:10.1109/SERVICES.2007.28
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