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On the Difficulties of Using Workflow Tools to Express Parallelism and Distribution– An Application Case Study in Geological Sciences

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3 Author(s)
Assuncao, L. ; Inst. Super. de Eng. de Lisboa, Lisbon ; Goncalves, C. ; Cunha, J.C.

We discuss the parallelization and distribution of a workflow based application. We present experimental results and discuss lessons learned. The experimentation is based on a scientific application case study - sequential simulation applied to geostatistics. As a result we identify a list of issues not well supported in the most referenced scientific workflows tools and environments namely Kepler, and outline relevant research directions.

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Grid and Pervasive Computing Conference, 2009. GPC '09. Workshops at the

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4-8 May 2009

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