Browse by Subject "cyberinfrastructure"
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(2012-05-23)This presentation which was made to the University of Illinois Urbana campus IT Council group summarizes the key recommendations of the Campus Data Storage and Services Task Force.
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(2011-11-09)The University of Illinois Campus Data Storage Task Force presented an update on its work at the November 9, 2011 IT Pro Forum in Champaign, Illinois. The update included a report of the results of a campus survey of data ...
(2008-02-28)E-science or cyberinfrastructure have become crucial for scientific progress and open source systems have greatly facilitated design and implementation. In chemistry, the growth of data has been explosive and timely ...
Document Practice as Insight to Digital Infrastructures of Distributed, Collaborative Social Scientists (iSchools, 2014-03-01)The objective of this study is to understand scholarly research practice in virtual, distributed collaborations by focusing on the flow of documents among the participants and to advance design guidance for supporting ...
(2010-02-03)Recent studies of large-scale distributed practice in the sciences and elsewhere have taught us important things about space and place as props and barriers to distributed collective action, but they have had relatively ...
(2014-05-30)In scientific infrastructures researchers accessing computing and other resources (e.g., instruments, data) across institutional boundaries rely on federated identity management systems. Multiple competing technologies are ...
(iSchools, 2013-02)The goal of this workshop is to provide a forum for iSchool faculty who are developing programs in data analytics, eScience, eResearch, big data, and cyberinfrastructure to discuss best practices with respect to preparing ...
(2012-03-09)The Task Force on Data StorageServices was charged with several responsibilities: surveying the local and peer institution practices around data storage and services, identifying unmet needs, and recommending both solutions ...
(2010-07-16)The eXtreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) partnership proposes to develop an unprecedented, comprehensive advanced digital services cyberinfrastructure (CI) to enable transformative open science and ...
(iSchools, 2013-02)This short paper represents an initial effort to connect the emergence theory literature with the bibliometric, informetric, and scientometic literatures. It begins with a prominent definition of emergence, and then connects ...
Towards a Data and Workflow Collaboratory for Research on Free and Open Source Software and its Development (2008-02-28)FLOSSmole is a collaborative data repository which collects and provides data for research on Free/Libre Open Source Software (FLOSS) and its development by online, distributed teams. The data is used by a research ...
(Community Informatics Initiative, 2009-03)Table of Contents: Darder to Deliver Keynote at Fifth Annual CIS Symposium, Introducing the 2009-2010 CII Fellows, C-U Community Organizes Around Broadband Issues, Professor Bishop Named University Scholar, The Launch of ...
(2013-09-19)A NSF-sponsored cloud user survey was conducted by XSEDE to better understand how cloud is used across a wide variety of scientific fields and the humanities, arts, and social sciences. Data was collected from 80 cloud ...
(2010-07-14)In this document we present a scientific rationale for XSEDE. We begin with some general arguments. These are followed by fifteen examples of concrete scientific projects (we could have presented many more) whose progress ...
(2013-09-19)The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) aspires to be the place to go to access digital research services. Driven by community needs, XSEDE accelerates open scientific discovery by enhancing the ...