Towards Case-Based Support for e-Science Workflow Generation by Mining Provenance

@inproceedings{Leake2008TowardsCS,
  title={Towards Case-Based Support for e-Science Workflow Generation by Mining Provenance},
  author={David B. Leake and Joseph Kendall-Morwick},
  booktitle={ECCBR},
  year={2008}
}
e-Science brings large-scale computation to bear on scientific problems, often by performing sequences of computational tasks organized into workflows and executed on distributed Web resources. Sophisticated AI tools have been developed to apply knowledge-rich methods to compose scientific workflows by generative planning, but the required knowledge can be difficult to acquire. Current work by the cyberinfrastructure community aims to routinely capture provenance during workflow execution… CONTINUE READING
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