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Building Grid Portals for e-Science: A Service Oriented Architecture

@inproceedings{Gannon2007BuildingGP,
  title={Building Grid Portals for e-Science: A Service Oriented Architecture},
  author={Dennis Gannon and Beth Plale and Marcus A. Christie and Yi Huang and Scott Jensen and Ning Liu and Suresh Marru and Sangmi Lee Pallickara and Srinath Perera and Satoshi Shirasuna and Yogesh L. Simmhan and Aleksander Slominski and Yiming Sun and Nithya N. Vijayakumar},
  year={2007}
}
Grids are built by communities who need a shared cyberinfrastructure to make progress on the critical problems they are currently confronting. A Grid portal is a conventional Web portal that sits on top of a rich collection of web services that allow a community of users access to shared data and application resources without exposing them to the details of Grid computing. In this chapter we describe a service-oriented architecture to support this type of portal. 
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