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Integrating databases and workflow
systems

Author(s):

Shankar, S
(Shankar, S);
Kini, A
(Kini, A);
DeWitt,
DJ

(DeWitt, DJ);
Naughton, J

(Naughton, J)

Source:
SIGMOD RECORD


Volume:

34


Issue:

3


Pages:

5
-
11


Published:

SEP 2005

Times Cited:

9

(from Web of Science)

Cited References:

29

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Abstract:

There has been an information explosion in fields of
science

such as high energy physics, astronomy,
environmental sciences and biology. There is a critical need
for automated systems to manage scientific applications and
data. Database technology is well
-
suited to handle several
aspects of workflow management. Contemporary workflow
systems are built from multiple, separately developed
components and do not exploit the full power of DBMSs in
handling data of large magnitudes. We advocate a holistic
view of

a WFMS that includes not only workflow modeling but
planning, scheduling, data management and cluster
management. Thus, it is worthwhile to explore the ways in
which databases can be augmented to manage workflows in
addition to data. We present a language

for modeling
workflows that is tightly integrated with
SQL
. Each scientific
program in a workflow is associated with an active table or
view. The definition of data products is in relational format, and
invocation of programs and querying is done in
SQL
.
The tight
coupling between workflow management and data
-
manipulation is an advantage for data
-
intensive scientific
programs.

Accession Number:

WOS:000231970300002

Document Type:

Article

Language:

English

Reprint Address:

Shankar, S (reprint author), Univ Wisconsin,
Dept Comp Sci, Madison, WI 53706 USA.

Addresses:


1. Univ Wisconsin, Dept Comp Sci, Madison, WI 53706 USA

E
-
mail Address:

srinath@cs.wisc.edu
;
akini@cs.wisc.edu
;
dewitt@cs.wisc.edu
;
naughton@cs.wisc.edu


Publisher:

ASSOC COMPUTING MACHINERY, 2 PENN
PLAZA, STE 701, NEW YORK
, NY 10121
-
0701 USA

Web of Science Categories:

Computer Science, Information
Systems; Computer Science, Software Engineering

Research Areas:

Computer Science

IDS Number:

965SJ

ISSN:

0163
-
5808



Times Cited:


9


This article has been
cited
9 times in Web of
Knowledge.

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automated workflows
for acquiring
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TAXON, DEC 2010.

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SYSTEMS
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INTERNATIONAL
JOURNAL OF GRID
COMPUTING
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AND
APPLICATIONS,
MAY 2009.

Verdi, Kacy K.
Conceptual
-
level
workflow modeli
ng of
scientific experiments
using NMR as a case
study. BMC
BIOINFORMATICS,
JAN 30 2007.

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