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An evaluation of the cost and performance of scientific workflows on Amazon EC2
Juve G., Deelman E., Berriman G., Berman B., Maechling P. Journal of Grid Computing 10(1): 5-21, 2020. Type: Article
Cloud computing is becoming popular for computing that requires large processing power and massive data volume. The work reported here aims to study scientific workflows on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). The principal goal is to study runtime...
Sep 23 2021
Behavioural models: from modelling finite automata to analysing business processes
Kunze M., Weske M., Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2016. 279 pp. Type: Book (978-3-319449-58-6)
Like a typical industrial automation system, modern business systems are (near) real time, concurrent, and distributed. However, before established techniques of automation such as finite automata can be used, the behavior of (business) systems mu...
Feb 28 2017
Workflow patterns: the definitive guide
Russell N., van der Aalst W., ter Hofstede A., The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2016. 384 pp. Type: Book (978-0-262029-82-7)
Practitioners in business process management (BPM), especially those with an interest in business process automation (BPA), should find this comprehensive reference guide to workflow patterns useful....
Jun 9 2016
A resource oriented integration architecture for the Internet of Things
Dar K., Taherkordi A., Baraki H., Eliassen F., Geihs K. Pervasive and Mobile Computing 20145-159, 2015. Type: Article
A concrete component architecture for integrating small Internet of Things (IoT) devices into larger business processes is central in this easy-to-follow and comprehensive paper. Against the backdrop of an ambient assisted living system supporting...
Mar 22 2016
A survey on context-aware workflow systems
Boutamina S., Maamri R. IPAC 2015 (Proceedings of the International Conference on Intelligent Information Processing, Security and Advanced Communication, Batna, Algeria, Nov 23-25, 2015) 1-6, 2015. Type: Proceedings
I was hoping to gain a deeper understanding of the difficulties of making workflow management systems (WfMS) more context aware. For instance, simply modeling potentially changing context information should not be trivial (think of identity, roles...
Feb 29 2016
Professional WordPress: design and development (3rd ed.)
Williams B., Damstra D., Stern H., Wrox Press Ltd., Birmingham, UK, 2015. 504 pp. Type: Book (978-1-118987-24-7)
The lead author has a related title to his credit , as well as the earlier editions of this book. In my view, this third edition is simply the best of its kind available [2,3]....
Jan 19 2016
Rule-driven service coordination middleware for scientific applications
Fernandez H., Tedeschi C., Priol T. Future Generation Computer Systems 351-13, 2014. Type: Article
The authors propose a rule-driven service coordination middleware inspired by chemical processes. Their hypothesis is that scientific applications executed in a distributed environment can benefit from features of the execution infrastructure such...
Nov 13 2015
Using a suite of ontologies for preserving workflow-centric research objects
Belhajjame K., Zhao J., Garijo D., Gamble M., Hettne K., Palma R., Mina E., Corcho O., Gómez-Pérez J., Bechhofer S., Klyne G., Goble C. Journal of Web Semantics 32(C): 16-42, 2015. Type: Article
Today, scientific workflows are gaining popularity among the scientific community because of their features like reusability, easy modifications while sharing, and so on. These workflows depend on research objects, which are based on ontologies, s...
Sep 30 2015
S-BPM in the wild: practical value creation
Fleischmann A., Schmidt W., Stary C., Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, New York, NY, 2015. 283 pp. Type: Book (978-3-319175-41-6)
If you are a business analyst, business process manager, or organizational development consultant, stop what you’re doing right now and take a look at this book. You will want to hear what the authors have to say about a new way to create mo...
Aug 21 2015
Pegasus, a workflow management system for science automation
Deelman E., Vahi K., Juve G., Rynge M., Callaghan S., Maechling P., Mayani R., Chen W., Ferreira da Silva R., Livny M., Wenger K. Future Generation Computer Systems 46(C): 17-35, 2015. Type: Article
The Pegasus workflow management system distinguishes itself by focusing on the automation of really large (for example, millions of steps) and purely computational processes executing in distributed and heterogeneous environments (for example, loc...
Aug 19 2015
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