Seven Bottlenecks to Workflow Reuse and Repurposing

  title={Seven Bottlenecks to Workflow Reuse and Repurposing},
  author={Antoon Goderis and Ulrike Sattler and Phillip W. Lord and Carole A. Goble},
  booktitle={International Semantic Web Conference},
To date on-line processes (i.e. workflows) built in e-Science have been the result of collaborative team efforts. As more of these workflows are built, scientists start sharing and reusing stand-alone compositions of services, or workflow fragments. They repurpose an existing workflowor workflow fragment by finding one that is close enough to be the basis of a new workflow for a different purpose, and making small changes to it. Such a “workflow by example” approach complements the popular view… CONTINUE READING
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