GRIDSpace: Semantic Grid Services on the Web — Evolution towards a SoftGrid. Oct 29 – 31 2007 The International Conference on Semantics, Knowledge and Grid, Xi ’ an, China Tharam S. Dillon, Chen Wu, Elizabeth Chang
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GRIDSpace: Semantic Grid Services on the Web — Evolution towards a SoftGrid
Oct 29 – 31 2007
The International Conference on Semantics, Knowledge and Grid, Xi’ an, China
Tharam S. Dillon, Chen Wu, Elizabeth Chang
DEBI Institute, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
provides Infrastructure Services, Data Services, Resource Management Services, Execution Management Services, Security Services, Self Management Services, and Information Services
It provides infrastructure to enable service discovery and “mashup” at various levels.
Grid services within a Service Space are referred to as ‘members’ of that Service Space.
In GRIDSpace, we have identified and instantiated three types of Grid Service Spaces: OGSA Space, Semantic Grid Space, and Virtual Organisation
Semantic Grid Space (SGS) refers to a focused Service Space where a group of related Grid services forms a domain-specific Grid service community in order to facilitate dependable collaboration through trust-driven service selection and semantic-based service discovery.
Transient Virtual Organisation (VO) is a demand-driven Service Space that allows a small group of Grid services to form an ad hoc team working collectively in order to fulfil particular user demands during a given period of time.
ad-hoc Grid service mashup– Grid service mediation, expansion, customisation, and integration are essential for a VO to satisfy real-world user requirements.
Semantic Grid Space
Service Space Layer
Grid Middleware Fabric
Scientists can apply two approaches to semantically enrich existing Grid services.
Sparse matrix Afor Grid Services Collection
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