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workshop-20100323 [2010/03/19 14:23]
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workshop-20100323 [2010/03/23 15:49] (current)
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   <li class="​level1"><​div class="​li">​ <​b>​Abstract workflow languages</​b>​ (languages, expressiveness,​ control and data flows)<​br>​   <li class="​level1"><​div class="​li">​ <​b>​Abstract workflow languages</​b>​ (languages, expressiveness,​ control and data flows)<​br>​
 Johan (MODALIS)<​br>​ Johan (MODALIS)<​br>​
-<​i>​GWENDIA,​ A data-driven workflow language for grids based on array programming principles</​i><​br>​+<​i>​GWENDIA,​ A data-driven workflow language for grids based on array programming principles</​i> ​(<a href="/​_media/​i3s_workflows-workshop-100323.pdf?​id=workshop-20100323&​amp;​cache=cache">​slides</​a>​)<br>
 <a href="​http://​rainbow.polytech.unice.fr/​publis/​montagnat-isnard-etal:​2009.pdf">​WORKS'​09 paper</​a></​div></​li>​ <a href="​http://​rainbow.polytech.unice.fr/​publis/​montagnat-isnard-etal:​2009.pdf">​WORKS'​09 paper</​a></​div></​li>​
  
   <li class="​level1"><​div class="​li">​ <​b>​Concrete workflow generation</​b>​ (executable workflows production and languages, meta-workflows,​ just-in-time production)<​br>​   <li class="​level1"><​div class="​li">​ <​b>​Concrete workflow generation</​b>​ (executable workflows production and languages, meta-workflows,​ just-in-time production)<​br>​
 <ul> <ul>
-<li class="​level1"><​div class="​li">​Ewa (USC)Pegasus<​br>​+<li class="​level1"><​div class="​li">​Ewa (USC)<​br>​ 
 +<i>Pegasus ​Workflow Management System</​i>​ (<a href="/​_media/​deelman_nice-3-2010.pdf?​id=workshop-20100323&​amp;​cache=cache">​slides</​a>​)<br>
 <a href="​http://​pegasus.isi.edu/​publications/​2009/​CallaghanS-ScalingUp.pdf">​Scaling up Workflow-based Applications (JoGC)</​a>, ​ <a href="​http://​pegasus.isi.edu/​publications/​2009/​CallaghanS-ScalingUp.pdf">​Scaling up Workflow-based Applications (JoGC)</​a>, ​
 <a href="​http://​pegasus.isi.edu/​publications/​2008/​bharathi-works08.pdf">​Characterization of Scientific Workflows (WORKS'​08)</​a></​div></​li>​ <a href="​http://​pegasus.isi.edu/​publications/​2008/​bharathi-works08.pdf">​Characterization of Scientific Workflows (WORKS'​08)</​a></​div></​li>​
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   <li class="​level1"><​div class="​li">​ <​b>​Workflow execution environment</​b><​br>​   <li class="​level1"><​div class="​li">​ <​b>​Workflow execution environment</​b><​br>​
 Tristan (CREATIS)<​br>​ Tristan (CREATIS)<​br>​
-<i>A review of operational nightmares and related dreams of grid workflows</​i>​ (<a href="/​_media/​nightmares.pdf">​preliminary ​slides</​a>​)+<i>A review of operational nightmares and related dreams of grid workflows</​i>​ (<a href="/​_media/​nightmares.pdf">​slides</​a>​)
 <ul> <ul>
   <li class="​level1"><​div class="​li">​ <a href="/​_media/​hg10.pdf">​Application facts</​a>​ (submitted to HealthGrid 2010)</​div>​   <li class="​level1"><​div class="​li">​ <a href="/​_media/​hg10.pdf">​Application facts</​a>​ (submitted to HealthGrid 2010)</​div>​
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   <li class="​level1"><​div class="​li">​ <​b>​Resource allocation and tasks scheduling</​b>​ (tasks management)<​br>​   <li class="​level1"><​div class="​li">​ <​b>​Resource allocation and tasks scheduling</​b>​ (tasks management)<​br>​
-Miron (UW), CONDOR</​div></​li>​+Miron (UW)<​br>​ 
 +<​i>​Can DAGs do it all - capturing data dependencies with DAGs</​i>​</​div></​li>​
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