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Building and using analytical workflows in Discovery Net

Moustafa Ghanem, Vasa Curcin, Patrick Wendel, Yike Guo

Book Chapter
Data Mining Techniques in Grid Environments. Dubitzky, Werner (Ed).
pp.119–140
November, 2008
Wiley-Blackwell
ISBN 9780470512586
Abstract

The Discovery Net platform is built around a workflow model for integrating distributed data sources and analytical tools. The platform was originally designed to support the design and execution of distributed data mining tasks within a grid-based environment. However, over the years it has evolved into a generic data analysis platform with applications in such diverse areas as bioinformatics, cheminformatics, text mining and business intelligence. In this work we present our experience in designing the platform and map out the evolution paths for a workflow language, and its architecture, that need to address the requirements of different scientific domains.

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