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A Conception Process for Abstract Workflows: An Example on Deep Water Oil Exploitation Domain

Title: A Conception Process for Abstract Workflows:  An Example on Deep Water Oil Exploitation Domain Venue: eScience 2009 Date: December / 2009 Location: eScience 2009 – Oxford, England Abstract: In the last few years, the use of in silico experiments is increasing, and they are usually supported by scientific workflows. These workflows are becoming more complex […]
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Auto-Regressive Forecasting Model Fertilizers Based on Neural Networks

Title: Auto-Regressive Forecasting Model Fertilizers Based on Neural Networks Venue: Rochagem 2009 Date: November / 2009 Location: Brasilia, DF Summary: With the increase in agricultural production and the growing demand for biofuels, there is an increasing need for fertilizer consumption in Brazil. The objective of this work is to present an autoregressive model for the consumption […]
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Experiment Line: Software Reuse in Scientific Workflows

Title: Experiment Line: Software Reuse in Scientific Workflows Venue: SSDBM 2009 Date: june/2009 Location: New Orleans, USA Abstract: Over the last years, scientists have been using scientific workflows to build computer simulations to support the development of new theories. Due to the increasing use of scientific workflows in production environments, the composition of workflows and […]
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Comparison and Versioning of Scientific Workflows

Title: Comparison and Versioning of Scientific Workflows Venue: CVSM 2009 @ ICSE Date: May / 2009 Location: Vancouver, Canada Abstract: Scientific Workflow Management Systems have become a widely used tool to orchestrate the sequence of programs, defined by scientific workflows, to build complex computer simulations. With the aid of these workflows, scientists develop their models for in […]
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Lines of Experiment: Reuse and Configuration Management in Scientific Workflows

Title: Lines of Experiment: Reuse and Configuration Management in Scientific Workflows Venue: BreSci 2008 @ SBBD Date: October / 2008 Location: Campinas, SP Summary: In recent years, scientists have been using scientific workflows to support the development of new theories via computational simulations. However, due to their increasing uses, the activities of designing and using […]
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An Experimental Evaluation on Indexing Techniques in Object Oriented Database

Title: An Experimental Evaluation of Indexing Techniques in Object Oriented Database Venue: SBBD 1999 Date: October / 1999 Location: Florianópolis, SC Abstract: The indexing techniques for SGBDOO proposed in the literature can be classified into three groups, namely: (i) indexes that support queries about class hierarchy, (ii) indexes that support path expressions and (iii) hybrid indexes […]
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