A distributed system based on web services for computational science simulations

@inproceedings{Pingali2006ADS,
  title={A distributed system based on web services for computational science simulations},
  author={Keshav Pingali and Paul Stodghill},
  booktitle={ICS},
  year={2006}
}
In this paper, we describe the ASP system, a testbed based on Web Services for coupled multi-physics simulations. The system is organized as a collection of geographically-distributed software components in which each component provides a Web Service and uses standard SOAP-based Web Service protocols to interact with other components. There are a number of advantages to organizing a system in this way, which we discuss. We have analyzed the performance of our system for a typical application… CONTINUE READING

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