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USC's John Silvester chaired the day's final panel on scientific workflows and testbeds.
The Accelrys Enterprise Platform will advance these initiatives by providing unparalleled capabilities in managing end-to-end scientific workflows to achieve better outcomes.
The multi-touch and active stylus functionality available in PetroTouch provides both speed and accuracy for a more natural, intuitive and productive experience performing many of the scientific workflows in Petrel.
Topics addressed by the presentations include the design of a novel autonomic management methodology and architecture for next generation and future internet systems, change support in adaptive software, design patterns for self-organizing emergent systems based on digital infochemicals, monitoring autonomic networks through signatures of emergence, an autonomic system for close air support using runtime verification to design a reliable execution framework for scientific workflows, architectural artifacts for autonomic distributed systems-contract language, and developing autonomic management systems in federated environments.
To cover a variety of scientific workflows, AB SCIEX partnered with Phenomenex and Peak Scientific on this mobile lab tour.
The XSEDE grid will allow scientists and engineers to create scientific workflows and gateways, analyze data, and model complex phenomena," said Patricia Kovatch, director of operations for XSEDE and project director of NICS.
Material is in sections on emerging services technology, education methodology, service oriented architecture, electronic service marketing, methodologies for non-functional properties in services computing, service- and process-oriented software engineering, scientific workflows, Web X.
Built-in Web service capabilities streamline scientific workflows by enabling scientists to register molecules directly from other software applications including Electronic Lab Notebooks.