|Title||Developing scientific workflows from heterogeneous services|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2006|
|Authors||Tsalgatidou, A., G. Athanasopoulos, M. Pantazoglou, C. Pautasso, T. Heinis, R. Grønmo, H. Hjørdis, A-J. Berre, M. Glittum, and S. Topouzidou|
|Keywords||JOpera, scientific workflow management|
Scientific Workflows (SWFs) need to utilize components and applications in order to satisfy the requirements of specific workflow tasks. Technology trends in software development signify a move from component-based to service-oriented approach, therefore SWF will inevitably need appropriate tools to discover and integrate heterogeneous services. In this paper we present the SODIUM platform consisting of a set of languages and tools as well as related middleware, for the development and execution of scientific workflows composed of heterogeneous services.
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