Comparative studies made simple in GPFlow
Buckingham, Lawrence, Hogan, James M., Roe, Paul, Sumitomo, Jiro, & Towsey, Michael (2008) Comparative studies made simple in GPFlow. In Priol, Thierry, Lefevre, Laurent, & Buyya, Rajkumar (Eds.) Proceedings of the 8th IEEE International Symposium on Cluster Computing and the Grid (CCGRID'08), IEEE, Lyon, France, p. 699.
This work describes recent extensions to the GPFlow scientific workflow system in development at MQUTeR (www.mquter.qut.edu.au), which facilitate interactive experimentation, automatic lifting of computations from single-case to collection-oriented computation and automatic correlation and synthesis of collections. A GPFlow workflow presents as an acyclic data flow graph, yet provides powerful iteration and collection formation capabilities.
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