Mark Jessop

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The CARMEN (Code, Analysis, Repository and Modelling for e-Neuroscience) system [1] provides a web based portal platform through which users can share and collaboratively exploit data, analysis code and expertise in neuroscience. The system has been beendeveloped in the UK and currently supports 200 hundred neuroscientists working in a Virtual Environment(More)
In the study of information flow in the nervous system, component processes can be investigated using a range of electrophysiological and imaging techniques. Although data is difficult and expensive to produce, it is rarely shared and collaboratively exploited. The Code Analysis, Repository and Modelling for e-Neuroscience (CARMEN) project addresses this(More)
BACKGROUND During early development, neural circuits fire spontaneously, generating activity episodes with complex spatiotemporal patterns. Recordings of spontaneous activity have been made in many parts of the nervous system over the last 25 years, reporting developmental changes in activity patterns and the effects of various genetic perturbations. (More)
We describe a high performance Grid based signal search tool for distributed diagnostic applications developed in conjunction with Rolls-Royce plc for civil aero engine condition monitoring applications. With the introduction of advanced monitoring technology into engineering systems, healthcare, etc., the associated diagnostic processes are increasingly(More)
The CARMEN Virtual Laboratory (VL) is a cloud-based platform which allows neuroscientists to store, share, develop, execute, reproduce and publicise their work. This paper describes new functionality in the CARMEN VL: an interactive publications repository. This new facility allows users to link data and software to publications. This enables other users to(More)
The emerging transformation from a product oriented economy to a service oriented economy based on Cloud environments envisions new scenarios where actual QoS (Quality of Service) mechanisms need to be redesigned. In such scenarios new models to negotiate and manage Service Level Agreements (SLAs) are necessary. An SLA is a formal contract which defines(More)
Industrial and scientific research activity increasingly involves the geographically distributed utilisation of multiple tools, services and distributed data. Grid and Service Orientated Architecture concepts are being widely investigated as a means to deploy Virtual Organisations to support the needs for distributed collaboration. A generic Distributed(More)
Many condition health-monitoring applications require access to distributed data assets. The DAME project has investigated one such example based upon condition monitoring of civil aero-engine sensor data. A service-based solution is introduced that has been implemented within the Globus Grid framework. It provides a general architecture for distributed(More)
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