Browse XSEDE XCI by Title

  • Liming, R. Lee; Navarro, John-Paul (2019-07-17)
    This document outlines the typical needs of the “Community Infrastructure” area. The public research computing environment should be open and extensible. In order to participate in this environment, community members ...

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    These use cases describe how scientists analyze large amounts of scientific data. The data is typically large in volume (larger than one would use on a personal or business computer), but is organized and stored in different ...

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  • Liming, R Lee (2019-07-31)
    These use cases describe how researchers manage collections of data for shared use or for their own re-use over time. The use cases range from a single research project managing and organizing its own data, to several ...

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  • Hossain, Altaf; Jha, Shantenu; Weidner, Ole (2019-08-20)
    These use cases describe how scientific projects make use of resources from more than one public research computing community, and how a given community can support such projects. A public research computing community is ...

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  • Liming, R Lee (2019-08-01)
    These use cases describe how individuals need to manage and use group definitions. In its simplest form, a group definition is a list of people that needs to be maintained and used for some ongoing purpose. GRP-02 through ...

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    This document documents the results of the Active Design Review for High Performance Use Cases 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0. The architects responded to all the feedback for these use Cases, summarized the feedback on the wiki and in ...

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  • Sanielevici, Sergiu; Fahey, Mark; Hossain, Altaf (2019-08-08)
    These use cases describe the most common ways in which researchers use high-performance computing (HPC) resources. Each HPC resource is designed, constructed, and operated by a service provider (SP) organization, such as ...

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  • Foster, Ian; Grimshaw, Andrew; Tuecke, Steven; Wilde, Michael (2019-08-16)
    These use cases describe the most common ways that researchers use high-throughput computing (HTC) resources. Also known as "capacity computing," high-throughput computing allows researchers to run a very large number of ...

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  • Dahan, Maytal; Tuecke, Steven; Liming, R Lee (2019-07-19)
    These use cases describe how researchers, scientists, educators, students, and other community members register themselves with the public research computing environment (thereby creating a community identity) and use their ...

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  • (2019-07-17)
    This document outlines typical user needs in the “Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)” area. IAAS-1 through IAAS-4 describe how IaaS services are used by end users. IASS-6 through IAAS-7 describe how IaaS services are shared ...

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  • POPS 2.0 Team (2013-09-03)
    This document defines the Use Cases that will be implemented in the POPS 2.0 system. These Use Cases describe the major functions and activities of the XSEDE allocations process. These activities include: 1) Establish an ...

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  • Liming, R. Lee (2019-07-28)
    Beyond supporting individual research projects, the public research computing community can also serve as a gathering point for researchers who share common research topics or methods. These use cases describe how researchers ...

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  • Marru, Suresh; Alameda, Jay; Gunathilake, Lahiru; Liu, Yan; Martin, Stuart; Middleton, Don; Palencia, Josephine; Pamidighantam, Sudhakar; Pierce, Marlon; Schwartz, Terri; Singh, Raminder; Thompson, Chris; Uram, Tom; Wang, Shaowen; Wilkins‐Diehr, Nancy; Xu, Haiying (2019-08-22)
    These use cases describe how research communities use community computing resources to power their "science gateways," supporting the specialized needs of research fields, communities of practice, and joint initiatives. ...

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  • Pierce, Marlon; Madduri, Ravi; Marru, Suresh (2019-08-21)
    These use cases describe how researchers use workflow tools to automate complex research computing processes. There are at least two motivations for automation: first, to improve research productivity by freeing researchers ...

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  • Liming, R. Lee; Navarro, John-Paul (2019-07-18)
    This document outlines specific coordination mechanisms that Service Providers (SPs) use to promote and manage their resources within the public research computing environment. SPs are independent organizations that provide ...

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  • Liming, R Lee; Basney, Jim; Navarro, John-Paul (2017-06-29)
    This is a technical overview of the public authentication services that XSEDE offers and the specific features each offers. This document offers more detail than is provided by the standard XSEDE documentation.

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  • Coleman, Derek (1998-06-19)
    This paper, written by Derek Coleman of the Hewlett-Packard Software Initiative, provides helpful guidelines for developing effective use cases.

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  • Bachmann, Felix (2014-09-14)
    This slide set is a tutorial about developing Use Cases.

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  • Gaither, Kelly; Ahern, Sean; Bock, David (2019-08-19)
    These use cases describe the most common scientific data visualization methods. This is an evolving field of work, since the ability of desktop computers to visualize data is improving rapidly. But it is still common for ...

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