Future Application and Middleware Technology on e-Science presents selected papers from the 2008 Korea e-Science All-Hands-Meeting (AHM 2008). Hosted by the Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, this meeting was designed to bring together developers and users of e-Science applications and enabling information technologies from international and interdisciplinary research communities. The AHM 2008 conference served as a forum for engineers and scientists to present state-of-the-art research and product/tool developments, and to highlight related activities in all fields of e-Science.
The works presented in this edited volume bring together cross-disciplinary information on e-Science in one cohesive source. This book is suitable for the professional audience composed of industry researchers and practitioners of e-Science. This volume should also be suitable for advanced-level students in the field.
Brings together cross-disciplinary information in one cohesive source
Web-Based Integrated Research Environment for Aerodynamic Analyses and Design.- An Approach to Integrated Design, Analysis and Data Management for Rapid Air Vehicle Design.- Development of v-DMU based on e-Science using COVISE and SAGE.- Design of a Four Degree_Of_Freedom Manipulator For Northern Light Mars Mission.- Design and Application of GeoNet system for ABC cooperative environment.- Application Architecture of Avian Influenza Research Collaboration Network in Korea e-Science.- York University Space Engineering Nanosatellite Demonstration (YuSend) Mission Development.- A Dynamic Bridge for Data Sharing on e-Science Grid Implementing Web 2.0 Service.- A Grid Middleware Framework Support for a Workflow Model based on Virtualized Resources.- Grid Workflow-Driven Healthcare Platform for Collaborative Heart Disease Simulator.- An Approach to Multi-Objective Aircraft Design.- Experiences and Requirements for Interoperability between HTC and HPC-driven e-Science Infrastructure.- Interactive Scientific Visualization of High-resolution Brain Imagery over Networked Tiled Display.- Object-Oriented Implementation of the Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method in Parallel Computing Environment.- Study on Collaborative Object Manipulation in Virtual Environment.- Protein-Protein Interaction Network and Gene Ontology.