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Why Grid-based data mining matters? Fighting natural disasters on the Grid: From SARS to land slides

Peter Au, Vasa Curcin, Moustafa Ghanem, Nikolaos Giannadakis, Yike Guo, Mohammad Jafri, Michelle Osmond, Anthony Rowe, Jameel Syed, Patrick Wendel, Yong Zhang

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Proceedings of the 3rd UK e-Science All-hands Conference AHM 2004
September, 2004
Abstract

The Discovery Net UK e-Science project has built a framework and infrastructure for knowledge discovery services over data collected from high throughput sensors. In this paper we provide an overview of the Discovery Net approach and highlight some of the scientific applications constructed by end-user scientists using the Discovery Net system. These applications include genome annotation, the analysis of SARS evolution patterns, monitoring air pollution data and the analysis of earthquake and land slide satellite images.

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