Ashfag M. Thaufeeg

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—Social networks provide a useful basis for enabling collaboration among groups of individuals. This is applicable not only to social communities but also to the scientific community. Already scientists are leveraging social networking concepts in projects to form groups, share information and communicate with their peers. For scientific projects which(More)
• We explore two Social Cloud models designed to support collaborative eScience. • Social Clouds rely on a collaborative overlay obtained from existing social networks. • The SoCC supports VM based sharing of computational resources between peers. • The SoCPR uses social incentives to increase contribution in volunteer computing. • The prototype and(More)
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