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A collaborative working environment for a large scale environmental model

Sahin, C. , Weihrauch, C., Dimov, I.T. and Alexandrov, V.N. (2008) A collaborative working environment for a large scale environmental model. In: 6th International Conference on Large-Scale Scientific Computing (LSSC 2007), Sozopol, Bulgaria.

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Large scientific applications are usually developed, tested and used by a group of geographically dispersed scientists. The problems associated with the remote development and data sharing could be tackled by using collaborative working environments. There are various tools and software to create collaborative working environments. Some software frameworks, currently available, use these tools and software to enable remote job submission and file transfer on top of existing grid infrastructures. However, for many large scientific applications, further efforts need to be put to prepare a framework which offers application-centric facilities. Unified Air Pollution Model (UNI-DEM), developed by Danish Environmental Research Institute, is an example of a large scientific application which is in a continuous development and experimenting process by different institutes in Europe. This paper intends to design a collaborative distributed computing environment for UNI-DEM in particular but the framework proposed may also fit to many large scientific applications as well.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
ID Code:14847
Uncontrolled Keywords:distributed computing, grid computing, grid services, modelling, large scale air pollution models

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