The OpenCPU System: Towards a Universal Interface for Scientific Computing through Separation of Concerns

@article{Ooms2014TheOS,
  title={The OpenCPU System: Towards a Universal Interface for Scientific Computing through Separation of Concerns},
  author={Jeroen Ooms},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1406.4806}
}
Applications integrating analysis components require a programmable interface which defines statistical operations independently of any programming language. By separating concerns of scientific computing from application and implementation details we can derive an interoperable API for data analysis. But what exactly are the concerns of scientific computing? To answer this question, the paper starts with an exploration of the purpose, problems, characteristics, struggles, culture, and… CONTINUE READING
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