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Coupling of existing simulations using bottom-up modeling of choreographies
As a contribution for eScience, we discuss the bottom-up derivation of scientific choreography models from existing simulation workflows interconnected as a multi-scale and multi-field simulation. Starting from a motivating scenario of only implicitly coupled simulation workflows for the studying of thermal aging of ...
Towards automated analysis of eye tracking studies using the workflow technology
Eye tracking studies have become one means to evaluate user behavior. For example, eye tracking is used in marketing research, psychology, human-computer interaction, or visualization. Analyzing eye movement data can help to find where on a stimulus and at what areas of a stimulus a participant focused on. Eye tracking ...
Configurable and collaborative scientific workflows
The use of workflows to support and realize computer simulations, experiments and calculations is well-accepted in the e-Science domain. The different tasks and the parameters of the simulation are therefore specified in workflow models. Scientists typically work in a trial-and-error manner which means they do not know ...