CLAVIRE: e-Science infrastructure for data-driven computing

  title={CLAVIRE: e-Science infrastructure for data-driven computing},
  author={Konstantin V. Knyazkov and Sergey V. Kovalchuk and Timofey N. Tchurov and Sergey V. Maryin and Alexander Boukhanovsky},
  journal={J. Comput. Science},
The paper introduces CLAVIRE (CLoud Applications VIRtual Environment) platform. Architecture of the platform is shown with a focus on the abstraction which enables the integration of the distributed computational resources, data sources and the software. Coupled domain-specific languages EasyFlow and EasyPackage for unified workflow design are represented. Five classes of users’ interfaces are proposed as a basis for human–computer interaction support in CLAIRE. Interactive workflow model is… CONTINUE READING
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