HOC-SA: a grid service architecture for higher-order components

@article{Dnnweber2004HOCSAAG,
  title={HOC-SA: a grid service architecture for higher-order components},
  author={Jan D{\"u}nnweber and Sergei Gorlatch},
  journal={IEEE International Conference onServices Computing, 2004. (SCC 2004). Proceedings. 2004},
  year={2004},
  pages={288-294}
}
The current efforts on programming grid applications often rely on service-oriented approaches like grid services. This work presents HOC-SA -a service architecture for higher-order components, which provides the programmer with reusable and composable patterns of parallelism and is interoperable with the latest Globus toolkit implementations. We describe our implementation of HOC-SA using OGSA-DAI, a framework for integrating grids with distributed databases. We present a simple example… CONTINUE READING

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