FREERIDE-G: Supporting Applications that Mine Remote FREERIDE-G: Supporting Applications that Mine Remote

@article{Glimcher2006FREERIDEGSA,
  title={FREERIDE-G: Supporting Applications that Mine Remote FREERIDE-G: Supporting Applications that Mine Remote},
  author={Leonid Glimcher and Ruoming Jin and Gagan Agrawal},
  journal={2006 International Conference on Parallel Processing (ICPP'06)},
  year={2006},
  pages={109-118}
}
Analysis of large geographically distributed scientific datasets, also referred to as distributed data-intensive science, has emerged as an important area in recent years. An application that processes data from a remote repository needs to be broken into several stages, including a data retrieval task at the data repository, a data movement task, and a data processing task at a computing site. Because of the volume of data that is involved and the amount of processing, it is desirable that… CONTINUE READING

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