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Towards a Reference Model for ODL: a Case Study in the Tourism Undergraduate Course

Title: Towards a Reference Model for ODL: a Case Study in the Tourism Undergraduate Course Venue: ICBL 2013 Date: December / 2013 Location: Florianópolis, SC Abstract: Open and Distance Learning (ODL) environments are defined as tools that aim at learning practices since they use new technologies to free learners from constraints of time and place. A […]
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Environment Construction for the Development of Educational Games Based on Gesture Interface

Title: Environment Construction for the Development of Educational Games Based on Gesture Interface Venue: SENID 2013 Date: April / 2013 Location: SENID – Passo Fundo, RS Abstract: This article presents a project for the construction of an educational game programming environment based on a gesture interface, carried out within a federal computer science school. This article […]
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Using Provenance Analyzers to Improve the Performance of Scientific Workflows in Cloud Environments

Title: Using Provenance Analyzers to Improve the Performance of Scientific Workflows in Cloud Environments Venue: SBBD 2012 Date: October / 2012 Location: SBBD – São Paulo, SP Abstract: A major issue during scientific workflow execution is how to manage the large volume of data to be processed. This issue is even more complex in cloud […]
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Using Domain-Specific Data to Enhance Scientific Workflow Steering Queries

Title: Using Domain-Specific Data to Enhance Scientific Workflow Steering Queries Venue: IPAW 2012 Date: June / 2012 Location: IPAW – Santa Barbara, USA Abstract: In scientific workflows, provenance data help scientists in understanding, evaluating and reproducing their results. Provenance data generated at runtime can also support workflow steering mechanisms. Steering facilities for workflows are considered a […]
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An Algebraic Approach for Data-Centric Scientific Workflows

Title: An Algebraic Approach for Data-Centric Scientific Workflows Venue: VLDB 2011 Date: September / 2011 Location: VLDB – Seattle, USA Abstract: Scientific workflows have emerged as a basic abstraction for structuring and executing scientific experiments in computational environments. In many situations, these workflows are computationally and data intensive, thus requiring execution in large-scale parallel computers. However, […]
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An Evaluation of Static and Dynamic Activity Distribution in Parallel Environments Using Hydra

Title: An Evaluation of Static and Dynamic Activity Distribution in Parallel Environments Using Hydra Venue: BreSci 2011 @ CSBC Date: July / 2011 Location: CSBC – Natal, RN Abstract: Scientific Workflows are used as a basic abstraction for structuring and executing scientific experiments in different computational environments. These workflows can be both computationally intensive and […]
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SimiFlow: An Architecture for Grouping Similarity Workflows

Title: SimiFlow: An Architecture for Grouping Similarity Workflows Venue: 2010-BreSci @ CSBC Date: July / 2010 Location: CSBC – Belo Horizonte, MG Abstract: Scientific workflows have been used to support scientific experiments. Workflows in the same experiment typically have small variations, which are difficult to manage using traditional Scientific Workflow Management Systems. The concept of Lines […]
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Data Parallelism in Bioinformatics Workflows Using Hydra

Title: Data Parallelism in Bioinformatics Workflows Using Hydra Venue: ECMLS 2010 @ HPDC Date: june/2010 Location: HPDC 2010 – Chicago, USA Abstract: Large scale bioinformatics experiments are usually composed of a set of data flows generated by a chain of activities (programs or services) that may be modeled as scientific workflows. Current Scientific Workflow Management Systems […]
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GExpLine: A Tool for Supporting Experiment Composition

Title: GExpLine: A Tool for Supporting Experiment Composition Venue: IPAW 2010 Date: June / 2010 Location: IPAW 2010 – Troy, USA Abstract: Scientific experiments present several advantages when modeled at high abstraction levels, independent from Scientific Workflow Management System (SWfMS) specification languages. For example, the scientist can define the scientific hypothesis in terms of algorithms and […]
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