Semantic middleware for e-science knowledge spaces

  title={Semantic middleware for e-science knowledge spaces},
  author={Joe Futrelle and Jeff Gaynor and Joel Plutchak and James D. Myers and Robert E. McGrath and Peter Bajcsy and Jason Kastner and Kailash Kotwani and Jong Sung Lee and Luigi Marini and Rob Kooper and Terrence M. McLaren and Yong Liu},
The Tupelo semantic content management middleware implements Knowledge Spaces that enable scientists to locate, use, link, annotate, and discuss data and metadata as they work with existing applications in distributed environments. Tupelo is built using a combination of commonly-used Semantic Web technologies for metadata management, content management technologies for data management, and workflow technologies for management of computation, and can interoperate with other tools using a variety… CONTINUE READING
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