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Automation and semantics: the CombeChem experience

Frey, Jeremy G. (2004) Automation and semantics: the CombeChem experience At International Informatics and Data Visualisation Conference. 20 - 21 Oct 2004.

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Some of the experiences of the CombeChem e-Science project in relation to both automation and the need for semantics in combining modern computer science techniques and chemistry are discussed. In particular the aspects of the smart laboratory, large scale data handling and the way this impacts on the necessary database technology are discussed. In addition some of the ways in which the grid can enable greater user interaction with services such as the National Crystallography Service and improve the dissemination of the resulting data via the e-Bank approach are presented.

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Published date: 20 October 2004
Venue - Dates: International Informatics and Data Visualisation Conference, 2004-10-20 - 2004-10-21
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Keywords: semantic grid, pervaisive grid, smart laboratory, triple store, rdf, crystalography, eprints, electronic lab notebooks, tablet pc


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Date deposited: 22 Oct 2004
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 17:04

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