XSEDE Campus Bridging Pilot Case Study. Hallock, B., Knepper, R., Ferguson, J., & Stewart, C. In Proceedings of the 2014 Annual Conference on Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment - XSEDE '14, pages 1-5, 2014. ACM Press.
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The major goals of the XSEDE Campus Bridging pilot were to simplify the transition between resources local to the researcher and those at the national scale, as well as those resources intermediary to them; to put in place software and other resources that facilitate diverse researcher workflows; and to begin resolving programming and usability issues with the software selected for these purposes. In this paper, we situate the pilot within the domain of existing research cyberinfrastructure (and in the context of campus bridging) and examine the process by which the pilot program was completed and evaluated. We then present a status update for the selected software packages and explore further advancements to be made in this realm. Copyright 2014 ACM.
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