A survey of the European Open Science Cloud services for expanding the capacity and capabilities of multidisciplinary scientific applications

@article{Calatrava2022ASO,
  title={A survey of the European Open Science Cloud services for expanding the capacity and capabilities of multidisciplinary scientific applications},
  author={Amanda Calatrava and Hern{\'a}n Asorey and J{\'a}n Astalos and Alberto Azevedo and Francesco Benincasa and Ignacio Blanquer and Martin Bob{\'a}k and Francisco Vilar Brasileiro and Laia Cod'o and Laura del Ca{\~n}o and Borja Esteban and Meritxell Ferret and Josef Handl and Tobias Kerzenmacher and Valentin Y. Kozlov and Alevs Kvrenek and Ricardo Martins and Manuel Pavesio and Antonio J. Rubio-Montero and Juan S'anchez-Ferrero},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2211.07738}
}
Expanding the capacity and capabilities of multidisciplinary scientific services by means of the European Open Science Cloud Open Science is a paradigm in which scientific data, procedures, tools and results are shared transparently and reused by society as a whole. The initiative known as the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) is an effort in Europe to provide an open, trusted, virtual and federated computing environment to execute scientific applications, and to store, share and re-use research… 

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