Ed Zaluska

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The Combechem e-Science project has demonstrated the advantages of using Semantic Web technology, in particular RDF and the associated triplestores, to describe and link diverse and complex chemical information, covering the whole process of the generation of chemical knowledge from inception in the synthetic chemistry laboratory, through analysis of the(More)
One goal of eScience is to enable the end-to-end publication of experiments and results. In the Combechem project we have developed an innovative human-centred system which captures the process of a chemistry experiment from plan to execution. The system comprises an electronic lab book replacement, which has been successfully trialled in a synthetic(More)
The CombeChem e-Science project has demonstrated the advantages of using Semantic Web technology, in particular RDF and triplestores, to describe and link diverse and complex chemical information, covering the whole process of the generation of chemical knowledge from inception in the synthetic chemistry laboratory, through analysis of the materials made(More)
Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) enables the re-engineering and migration of legacy software systems into loosely-coupled and interoperable sets of services. Existing approaches focus mainly on defining coarse-grained services corresponding to the key business requirements. An improved migration of legacy systems onto SOA-based systems requires(More)
Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is intended to improve software interoperability by exposing dynamic applications as services. To evaluate the design of services in service-based systems, quality measurements are essential to decide tradeoffs between SOA quality attributes. Current SOA quality metrics pay little attention to service granularity as an(More)
Pervasive computing devices are gradually becoming increasingly prevalent in our everyday life, enabling the users in the physical world to interact with the digital world. Grid computing provides a vision of accessing computational resources automatically on demand to deliver the services required with the appropriate quality. Semantic Web technologies(More)
—The myExperiment social website for sharing scientific workflows, designed according to Web 2.0 principles, has grown to be the largest public repository of its kind. It is distinctive for its focus on sharing methods, its researcher-centric design and its facility to aggregate content into sharable 'research objects'. This evolution of myExperiment has(More)