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Network-member MediGRID

Unique name: medigrid
Created: Tuesday 25 November 2008 13:25:33 (UTC)

This group contains members from the MediGRID project, which is one of the D-Grid community projects in Germany. The main goal of MediGRID is the Development of a Grid middleware integration platform enabling eScience services for biomedical life science. MediGRID uses the Petri-net-based GWorkflowDL for modeling workflows and the GWES for executing them on a Globus Toolkit 4 based Grid with a...

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Network-member BauVOGrid


Created: Tuesday 25 November 2008 13:50:07 (UTC)

This groups contains members of the BauVOGrid project, which is part of the German D-Grid initiative.

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Network-member TextGrid


Created: Tuesday 09 December 2008 16:03:38 (UTC)

This groups contains members of the TextGrid project, which is part of the German D-Grid initiative.

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Workflows (24)

Workflow GWorkflowDL: Generic execution of programs (1)

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This workflow is an example of the execution of an arbitrary command line program. This workflow transfers a tar.gz package containing the linux program "date" to a free Grid resource, unpacks, and executes it. After execution the URL to the file with the standard output is available on "stdout", the standard error on "stderr".

Created: 2008-11-25 | Last updated: 2008-11-25

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow Make 28 CPUh load on the Grid (1)

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This workflow makes 28 CPU hours load on a Grid. Therefore it calls 100 times (represented by 100 input tokens) the program "makeload", which makes 1000 Seconds load each. The processing is done recurrent, so you can use this workflow to benchmark the speedup of your Grid environment, or just to heat up your computer center... This workflow also serves as an example of a typical parameter study modeled with GWorkflowDL. Of cause this workflow can only be invoked with a X509 certif...

Created: 2008-11-25 | Last updated: 2008-12-17

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow AUGUSTUS Workflow for predicting genes in ... (1)

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AUGUSTUS is a program that predicts genes in eukaryotic genomic sequences. Currently, it has been trained to predict genes in human, Drosophila melagonaster, Arabidopsis thaliana, Brugia malayi, Aedes aegypti, Coprinus cinereus, Tribolium castaneum, Schistosoma mansoni, Tetrahymena thermophila, Galdieria sulphuraria and Zea mays. In addition the species parameters of the following species are a courtesy of Jason Stajich: Caenorhabditis elegans, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Ustilago ma...

Created: 2008-11-25 | Last updated: 2008-12-05

Credits: Network-member MediGRID

Workflow Workflow Pattern - Structured Loop (B) (2)

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This workflow is an alternative GWorkflowDL representation of a structured loop that updates the variable "x" in each iteration and which models the control flow separately from the index "i". Here a version of the graph with manual graph layout: This workflow is equivalent to the following pseudo code: x:=0; for ( i:=0; i<=99; i++) { x:=x+i; } x_result:=x; Please remark that this demonstration workflow does not invoke any external services at all. The c...

Created: 2008-12-09

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Attributions: Workflow Workflow Pattern - Structured Loop

Workflow Workflow Pattern - Structured Loop (C) (2)

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This workflow is a GWorkflowDL representation of a structured loop that counts from 0 to 99.   This workflow is equivalent to the following pseudo code: for ( i:=0; i Please remark that this demonstration workflow does not invoke any external services at all.

Created: 2008-12-09

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Attributions: Workflow Workflow Pattern - Structured Loop (B)

Workflow Workflow Pattern - Sequence (1)

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This workflow is a GWorkflowDL representation of a sequence that sequentially invokes A and B. This workflow is equivalent to the following pseudo code: end_A = A(); end_B = B(end_A);

Created: 2008-12-03

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow Workflow Pattern - Parallel Split (AND-Split) (1)

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This workflow is a GWorkflowDL representation of a parallel split that invokes A and B recurrently without synchronization. This workflow is equivalent to the following pseudo code: new Thread( end_A = A() ); new Thread( end_B = B() );

Created: 2008-12-03 | Last updated: 2008-12-03

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow Workflow Pattern - Synchronization (AND-Join) (2)

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This workflow is a GWorkflowDL representation of a synchronization (AND Join) that waits until A and B finish their execution. This workflow is equivalent to the following pseudo code: threadA = new Thread( end_A = A() ); threadB = new Thread( end_B = B() ); threadA.join(); threadB.join();

Created: 2009-01-19

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow Workflow Pattern - Exclusive Choice (XOR-S... (2)

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This workflow is a GWorkflowDL representation of an exclusive choice (XOR Split) that invokes either A or B. This workflow is equivalent to the following pseudo code: x = XOR_Split; if (x=="true") { end_A = A(x); } else { end_B = B(x); }

Created: 2008-12-09

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow Workflow Pattern - Simple Merge (XOR-Join) (1)

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This workflow is a GWorkflowDL representation of a simple merge (XOR Join) that invokes C when either A or B has been invoked. The structure of the GWorkflowDL representation of a simple merge is identical to the multi merge pattern!

Created: 2008-12-03 | Last updated: 2009-01-19

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow Workflow Pattern - Multi Choice (OR Split) (2)

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This workflow is a GWorkflowDL representation of a multi choice (OR Split) that invokes either A or B or A and B.

Created: 2008-12-09

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow TextGrid: Test workflow (2)

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This is a first test workflow that demonstrate, how to use the GWES for a document-style Web Service within TextGrid.

Created: 2008-12-17

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow TextGrid: Test workflow (on ingrid) (1)

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Test workflow that invokes CRUD read on ingrid.

Created: 2008-12-17

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow Workflow Pattern - Structured Synchronizin... (2)

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This workflow is a GWorkflowDL representation of a structured synchronizing merge that invokes either A or B or A and B and merges to one branch afterwards.

Created: 2009-01-19

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow Workflow Pattern - Multi Merge (2)

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This workflow is a GWorkflowDL representation of a multi merge that invokes C after each invocation of A or B.

Created: 2009-01-19 | Last updated: 2009-01-19

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow Workflow Pattern - Structured Discriminator (2)

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This workflow is a GWorkflowDL representation of a structured discriminator (1-out-of-M Join) that invokes C after the first invocation of A or B (M=2). All next (M-1) invocations of A or B are ignored. This is only one out of various possibilities to model this workflow pattern. Notice alternative representation of this pattern at http://www.myexperiment.org/workflows/632

Created: 2009-01-19 | Last updated: 2009-01-19

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow Workflow Pattern - Cancelling Discriminator (1)

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This workflow is a GWorkflowDL representation of a cancelling discriminator that cancels the invocation of B if A has been executed and vice versa. This is only one out of various possibilities to model this workflow pattern. Please regard that this workflow example uses a separate method for cancelling the invocation of the activity. This is very useful if the invocation of the activity is done asynchronously as it is often implemented for long running methods. It may be necessary to propag...

Created: 2009-01-06

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow Workflow Pattern - Structured Partial Join (1)

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This workflow is a GWorkflowDL representation of a structured partial join (N-out-of-M join) that invokes D after N=2 invocations of A or B or C (M=3). All next (M-N) invocations of A or B or C are ignored. This is only one out of various possibilities to model this workflow pattern.

Created: 2009-01-06

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow Workflow Pattern - Structured Discriminato... (1)

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This workflow is an alternative GWorkflowDL representation of a structured discriminator (1-out-of-M Join) that invokes C after the first invocation of A or B (M=2). All next (M-1) invocations of A or B are ignored. The pattern is resets if both, A and B have been invoked. Please note that the transitions "C", "ignore", and "release" have different priorities (not shown in the graph) that make the net deterministic (except the occurrence of "A" and &q...

Created: 2009-01-19 | Last updated: 2009-01-20

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow Workflow Pattern - Blocking Discriminator ... (1)

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This workflow is a GWorkflowDL representation of a blocking discriminator (1-out-of-M Join) that invokes C after the first invocation of A or B (M=2). All next (M-1) invocations of A or B are ignored and the AND transition is blocked. The pattern is resets if both, A and B have been invoked. Then the next token on "begin" can be processed. Please note that the transitions "C", "ignore", and "release" have different priorities (represented by p0, p1, an...

Created: 2009-01-20

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow Workflow Pattern - Structured Discriminato... (1)

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This workflow is an alternative GWorkflowDL representation of a structured discriminator (1-out-of-M Join) that invokes C after the first invocation of A or B (M=2). All next (M-1) invocations of A or B are ignored for the same data group. Other tokens on the place "begin" can be processed recurrently if they belong to another data group. Please note that the transitions "C" and "ignore" have different priorities (not shown in the graph) that make the net determ...

Created: 2009-01-20

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow MediGRID FEAT Workflow (1)

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This workflow is a translation of the VLeMed workflow to the GWorkflowDL format, which is used in MediGRID. The translation of the "cross product" iteration strategy is currrently under work and not yet finished. So this workflow only varies the parameters p1, p2, and p3.

Created: 2009-02-13

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Attributions: Workflow feat_workflow

Workflow Execute GWorkflowDL workflow using Taverna 2 (1)

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This workflow makes use of the "Grid Workflow Execution Service" (GWES) in order to exececute a GWorkflowDL workflow by means of the Taverna Workbench 2. As the GWES is deployed as a regular SOAP service, the WSDL can be imported as a normal service into the Taverna Workbench.

Created: 2009-06-30 | Last updated: 2009-06-30

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow Execute GWorkflowDL workflow using Taverna... (1)

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This workflow makes use of the "Grid Workflow Execution Service" (GWES) in order to exececute a GWorkflowDL workflow by means of the Taverna Workbench 2. As the GWES is deployed as a regular SOAP service, the WSDL can be imported as a normal service into the Taverna Workbench. This workflow contains all the input parameters as string constants, so it can be started right away without user inputs.

Created: 2009-06-30

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Attributions: Workflow Execute GWorkflowDL workflow using Taverna 2

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