On Building Parallel and Grid Applications: Component Technology and Distributed Services. Gannon, D., Krishnan, S., Fang, L., Kandaswamy, G., Simmhan, Y., & Slominski, A. In International Workshop on Challenges of Large Applications in Distributed Environments (CLADE), pages 44 -- 51, 2004. IEEE. [CORE C]
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Software Component Frameworks are well known in the commercial business application world and now this technology is being explored with great interest as a way to build large-scale scientific application on parallel computers. In the case of Grid systems, the current architectural model is based on the emerging web services framework. In this paper we describe progress that has been made on the Common Component Architecture model (CCA) and discuss its success and limitations when applied to problems in Grid computing. Our primary conclusion is that a component model fits very well with a services-oriented Grid, but the model of composition must allow for a very dynamic (both in space and it time) control of composition. We note that this adds a new dimension to conventional service workflow and it extends the “Inversion of Control” aspects of must component systems.
@inproceedings{Gannon:clade:2004,
  abstract = {Software Component Frameworks are well known in the commercial business
	application world and now this technology is being explored with
	great interest as a way to build large-scale scientific application
	on parallel computers. In the case of Grid systems, the current architectural
	model is based on the emerging web services framework. In this paper
	we describe progress that has been made on the Common Component Architecture
	model (CCA) and discuss its success and limitations when applied
	to problems in Grid computing. Our primary conclusion is that a component
	model fits very well with a services-oriented Grid, but the model
	of composition must allow for a very dynamic (both in space and it
	time) control of composition. We note that this adds a new dimension
	to conventional service workflow and it extends the “Inversion of
	Control” aspects of must component systems.},
  added-at = {2014-08-13T04:08:36.000+0200},
  author = {Gannon, Dennis and Krishnan, Sriram and Fang, Liang and Kandaswamy, Gopi and Simmhan, Yogesh and Slominski, Aleksander},
  biburl = {http://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/28d96221a34eefd10edf412884d8e3c5b/simmhan},
  booktitle = {International Workshop on Challenges of Large Applications in Distributed
	Environments (CLADE)},
  doi = {10.1109/CLADE.2004.1309091},
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  keywords = {web escience, service, grid, peer reviewed component, iu,},
  note = {[CORE C]},
  organization = {IEEE},
  owner = {Simmhan},
  pages = {44 -- 51},
  timestamp = {2014-08-13T04:08:36.000+0200},
  title = {On Building Parallel and Grid Applications: Component Technology
	and Distributed Services},
  year = 2004
}
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