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Semantic Resource Descriptions in Advanced Cyberinfrastructures
SESSION: Semantic Resource Descriptions in Advanced Cyberinfrastructures
EVENT TYPE: Birds of a Feather
TIME: 12:15PM - 1:15PM
SESSION LEADER(S):Jeroen van der Ham, Yufeng Xin
ABSTRACT: Upcoming cyber-infrastructure systems must be capable of dynamically provisioning many kinds of cyber resources to meet demands of future science applications. Such systems must be self-managing, capable of federation to assemble the necessary resources to meet application needs. Such autonomy can be achieved by enabling the systems to reason about the available resources. The critical problem is identifying proper resource description mechanisms.
Armed with such mechanisms, applications can request specific resources they need to complete their tasks, or create ‘fuzzy’ requests to an automated provisioning system based on application Service Level Objectives.
Semantic resource descriptions based on modeling approaches and W3C standards provide a new approach. They allow for easy sharing of ‘vocabularies’ of concepts and relationships between them, as well as documents based on these vocabularies.
This BoF session aims to provide a platform for exchanging experiences and ideas in the semantic resource description area and its possible applications.
Session Leader Details:
Jeroen van der Ham (Primary Session Leader) - University of Amsterdam
Yufeng Xin (Secondary Session Leader) - Renaissance Computing Institute