Maria Cláudia Reis Cavalcanti

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In silico scientific experiments encompass multiple combinations of program and data resources. Each resource combination in an execution flow is called a scientific workflow. In bioinformatics environments, program composition is a frequent operation, requiring complex management. A scientist faces many challenges when building an experiment: finding the(More)
Environmental applications have been stimulating the cooperation among scientists from different disciplines. There are many examples where this cooperation takes place through exchanging scientific resources, such as data, programs and mathematical models. Finding the right model to apply in an environmental problem is a difficult task. Usually, this(More)
SUMMARY Growth of genome data and analysis possibilities have brought new levels of difficulty for scientists to understand, integrate and deal with all this ever-increasing information. In this scenario, GARSA has been conceived aiming to facilitate the tasks of integrating, analyzing and presenting genomic information from several bioinformatics tools and(More)
The complexity of developing full fledged groupware systems imposes a heavy demand on the development team and certainly is a task not to be accomplished in a short period of time. Many research projects opt to develop a specific tool, concentrating on a particular task of cooperative work. In this article we introduce INTERCONNECT, an extensible groupware(More)