Grid-Flow: a Grid-enabled scientific workflow system with a Petri-net-based interface

@article{Guan2006GridFlowAG,
  title={Grid-Flow: a Grid-enabled scientific workflow system with a Petri-net-based interface},
  author={Zhijie Guan and Francisco Hern{\'a}ndez and Purushotham Bangalore and Jeffrey G. Gray and Anthony Skjellum and Vijay Velusamy and Yin Liu},
  journal={Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience},
  year={2006},
  volume={18},
  pages={1115-1140}
}
In recent years, advances in computer technologies have enabled scientists to explore research issues in their domain at scales greater and finer than ever before. The availability of efficient data collection and analysis tools presents researchers with vast opportunities to process heterogeneous data within a distributed environment. To support the opportunities enabled by massive computation, a suitable scientific workflow system is needed to help the users to manage data and programs, and… CONTINUE READING
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