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Towards a collective Knowledge Base: sharing the expertise acquired on developing Grid-based e-Science and e-Social Science applications

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This paper aims to illustrate the potential benefits for academic end-users of integrating exiting efforts around describing, building, and using Grid infrastructures. It shows that UK e-Science and e-Social Science projects, among others, can be documented with different levels of user abstraction to facilitate understanding and sharing of the expertise acquired when using Grids and developing Grid-based e-Science and e-Social Science applications. The research study presented uses three exi...

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Institution:
University of Manchester
Department:
National Centre for e-Social Sciences
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University of Manchester
Department:
School of Social Sciences
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Institution:
University of Manchester
Department:
National Centre for e-Social Sciences
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