Semantics of a Networked World. Semantics for Grid Databases

Semantics of a Networked World. Semantics for Grid Databases

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The explosion in data exchange fostered by the success of the Web has restated semantics as a kernel issue in the development of services providing data and - formationtousersandapplicationsworldwide.Thisnewlydesignatedconference seriesona€œSemanticsfortheNetworkedWorlda€uni?esintoasingleframework the previous series on a€œDatabase Semanticsa€ and a€œVisual Database Systemsa€ that the IFIP WG 2.6 has been o?ering since 1985. Whereas the intent of the conferenceseriesistoexploreinterestingresearchissuesrelatedtosemantics, the themeforthe2004editionisa€œSemanticsforGridDatabasesa€.Gridcomputing, a new ?eld concentrating on a€œ?exible, secure, coordinated resource sharing among dynamic collections of individuals, institutions, and resources (also referred to as virtual organizations)a€, has gathered momentum in the context of providing shared infrastructures for large-scale scienti?c computations and data analysis. Similarly, P2P computing has attracted substantial attention. Currently, attention is devoted to the provision of middleware services to makecomputationalresourcesinteroperableatthetechnicallevelandtoincrease the e?ciency of use of physical resources. However, as Grid and P2P computing infrastructures are being increasingly adopted, they are likely to have typical problems of information overload that manifest themselves in any large-scale infrastructure for information and application sharing (e.g., the WWW). The need for resource discovery, application and service interoperability, integration and composition manifest themselves in these infrastructures. The ability to interoperate at the semantic level will largely determine the continued success and utilization of these infrastructures.Like their laboratory based counterparts, the data associated with an e-Science experiment are of reduced value if other scientists ... Currently when performing in silico experiments, bioinformaticians spend a great deal of time manually andanbsp;...


Title:Semantics of a Networked World. Semantics for Grid Databases
Author: Mokrane Bouzeghoub
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2004-10-15
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