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e-science

An umbrella term for large-scale scientific projects that use grid computing and collaboration via the Internet with researchers and technicians worldwide. The term was coined in the U.K., which has several e-science centers throughout the country. See grid computing.
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We thank Sabine Delannoy and Christina Gabrielsen for providing raw sequence data from their published research and the NeSI high-performance computing facilities provided by the New Zealand eScience Infrastructure.
"Data Grids for Conservation of Cultural Inheritance." Proceedings of the 1st ACM Workshop on Data Grids for eScience, DaGres '09, Co-located with the 2009 ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers, 2009.1-6.
Buyya, "MRPGA: an extension of MapReduce for parallelizing genetic algorithms," in IEEE Fourth International Conference on eScience, eScience'08, pp.
Ryu, "eScience in the cloud: A MODIS satellite data reprojection and reduction pipeline in the Windows Azure platform, " in Parallel Distributed Processing (IPDPS), 2010 IEEE International Symposium on, april 2010, pp.
This investment of $23 million represents some of the worlds most advanced supercomputing power and has been made possible by a strong collaborative initiative between NIWA and NeSI, the New Zealand eScience Infrastructure.
Raw data were uploaded to an encrypted, secure platform (eScience Central online facility maintained by Newcastle University, UK) for storage and blinded processing (Simpson et al., 2017).
He also points to application programming interfaces as enabling metadata to be embedded in a variety of online and mobile contexts and eScience as adapting metadata approaches to the management of big data and computational endeavors.
This research was supported financially by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation under eScience fund (Grant No.: 01-01-015-SE0258).
(2012)."An Assessment of Needed Competencies to Promote the Data Curation and Management Librarianship of Health Sciences and Science and Technology Librarians in New England."Journal of eScience Librarianship,1, 18-26.
AFFILIATIONS: Heusinkveld, Sterenborg, Steeneveld, Ronda, and Holtslag--Meteorology and Air Quality Section, Wageningen University, Wageningen, Netherlands; ATTEMA--Netherlands eScience Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Este paradigma es conocido hoy en dia como "eScience" y esta controlado por el concepto de "analytics" que busca entender acciones y respuestas de sistemas actuales con el fin de predecir respuestas a futuro.