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The eMinerals Collaboratory: Tools and Experience

Dove, M.T., Calleja, S., Bruin, R.P., Wakelin, J., Tucker, M.G., Lewis, G.J., Hasan, S.M., Alexandrov, V.N., Keegan, M., Tyer, R.P., Todorov, I.T., Wilson, P.B., Alfredsson, M., Price, G.D., Chapman, C., Emmerich, W., Wells, S.A., Marmier, A., Parker, S.C. and Du, Z. (2005) The eMinerals Collaboratory: Tools and Experience. Molecular Simulation, 31 (5). 329 - 337.

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1080/08927020500066163


Collaboratories provide an environment where researchers at distant locations work together at tackling important scientific and industrial problems. In this paper we outline the tools and principles used to form the eMinerals collaboratory, and discuss the experience, from within, of working towards establishing the eMinerals project team as a functioning virtual organisation. Much of the emphasis of this paper is on experience with the IT tools. We introduce a new application sharing tool.

Item Type:Article
ID Code:15212
Uncontrolled Keywords:Collaboratory; Virtual organisation; Access grid; Grid technologies

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