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Sophisticated data-distribution schemes and recent developments in sensors and instruments that can monitor the lower kilometers of the atmosphere at high levels of resolution have rapidly expanded the quantity of information available to mesoscale meteorology. The myLEAD personalized information-management tool helps geoscience users make sense of this(More)
During the initial stages of copper electrodeposition onto a thin seed layer, a nonuniform potential distribution arises, resulting in local variations in growth rate and deposit morphology. Early stages of morphology evolution during copper electrodeposition are of practical importance but have not been well studied. Here, a new multiscale approach is(More)
Within a decade after John von Neumann and colleagues conducted the first experimental weather forecast on the ENIAC computer in the late 1940s, numerical models of the atmosphere become the foundation of modern-day weather forecasting and one of the driving application areas in computer science. This article describes research that is enabling a major(More)
We review the efforts of the Open Grid Computing Environments collaboration. By adopting a general three-tiered architecture based on common standards for portlets and Grid Web Services, we can deliver numerous capabilities to science gateways from our diverse constituent efforts. In this paper, we discuss our support for standards-based Grid portlets using(More)
The design and prototype implementation of the XCAT Grid Science Portal is described in this paper. The portal lets grid application programmers easily script complex distributed computations and package these applications with simple interfaces for others to use. Each application is packaged as a "notebook" which consists of web pages and editable(More)
—This paper describes an approach to building Grid applications based on the premise that users who wish to access and run these applications prefer to do so without becoming experts on Grid technology. We describe an application architecture based on wrapping user applications and application workflows as web services and web service resources. These(More)
The superparamagnetic particle dextran magnetite was studied as a liver tumor contrast agent for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The effects of dextran magnetite on the longitudinal (T1) and transverse (T2) relaxation times in liver, spleen, and an implanted rat liver tumor were measured at 0.47 T (IBM/Bruker PC-20 relaxometer) over the dose range of 23(More)
  • D Gannon, G Fox, +8 authors Tacc
  • 2003
GGF DOCUMENT SUBMISSION CHECKLIST (include as front page of submission)The GGF document format to be used for both GWD's and GFD's is available in MSWord, RTF, and PDF formats. (note that font type is not part of the requirement, however authors should avoid font sizes smaller than 10pt). Status of This Memo This memo provides information to the Grid(More)
An understanding of the cellular permeability for water is needed to evaluate MR images of complex tissues, such as liver, and to interpret the effects of contrast agents. To obtain data essential for such an understanding we measured water exchange across the isolated rodent hepatocyte membrane by proton NMR relaxation with dextranmagnetite as a relaxation(More)