Ralph Koning

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Many scientific workflow applications are driven by simulation generated data, or data collected from sensors or instruments, and the processing of the data is commonly done at a different location from where the data is stored. Moving large quantities of data among different locations is thus a frequently invoked process in scientific workflow(More)
—The quality of the network services has so far rarely been considered in composing and executing scientific workflows. Currently, scientific applications tune the execution quality of workflows neglecting network resources, and by selecting only optimal software services and computing resources. One reason is that IP-based networks provide few(More)
quality of the network services has so far rarely been considered in composing and executing scientific workflows. Currently, scientific applications tune the execution quality of workflows neglecting network resources, and by selecting only optimal software services and computing resources. One reason is that IP-based networks provide few possibilities for(More)
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