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Workflow Optimisation in Distributed Environments

Original Event Webpage: www.nesc.ac.uk/esi/events/702/

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- Day 1 10:40 - Time and space optimizations for executing scientific workflows in distributed environments. Ewa Deelman PowerPoint Format [PPT] (4.70 MB)
- Day 1 11:20 - Workflow management within DIET applied to multi-application scheduling. Raphaƫl Bolze PowerPoint Format [PPT] (8.92 MB)
- Day 1 13:30 - Performance linked workflow composition for video processing - an ecological inspiration. Jennifer Chen-Burger PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.47 MB)
- Day 1 14:10 - Workflow scheduling optimisation: the case for revisiting DAG scheduling. Rizos Sakellariou PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.45 MB)
- Day 1 15:20 - Supporting the composition of distributed business processes. Paolo Traverso PowerPoint Format [PPT] (2.15 MB)
- Day 1 16:00 - Optomising the OGSA-DAI enactment model. Kostas Karasavvas PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.23 MB)
- Day 2 09:00 - Workflow optimisation through service selection. David Walker PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.24 MB)
- Day 2 09:40 - Workflow, planning and performace. Stephen McGough PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.96 MB)
- Day 2 11:00 - What is the impact of a priori knowledge? Stephen Jarvis PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.80 MB)
- Day 2 11:40 - Best practices in distributed workflows and web services. Rob Allan PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.47 MB)
- Day 2 14:00 - Average-Based Workload Allocation Strategy for QoS-Constrained Jobs In A Web Service-Oriented Grid. Yash Patel PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.61 MB)
- Day 2 14:40 - Extending grid-based workflow tools with patterns/operators. Omer Rana PowerPoint Format [PPT] (2.68 MB)
- Workshop Report Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (0.07 MB)



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