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Cross-Domain Middlewares Interoperability for Distributed Aircraft Design Optimization

Cross-Domain Middlewares Interoperability for Distributed Aircraft Design Optimization
Cross-Domain Middlewares Interoperability for Distributed Aircraft Design Optimization
The Bridge project is an EU FP6 project funded by the European Commission to support the EU-China joint effort on secure and distributed cooperation between European and Chinese industrial communities such as the distributed aircraft design optimization etc. The interoperability between SIMDAT GRIA and CNGrid GOS, which enables a joint grid platform between SIMDAT and CNGRID infrastructures, is fundamental to achieve this goal. This paper presents the interoperability solution adopted by the Bridge project, including job management, data sharing, and authentication & authorization. A prototype of distributed aircraft design optimization based on the interoperability between GRIA and GOS has been implemented, which can effectively aggregate and integrate different analysis services that are provided by different geographical distributed partners. The strategies adopted in implementing the prototype are discussed and preliminary results are presented.
Interoperability, Distributed Design Optimization
485-492
Boniface, Mike
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Boniface, Mike
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Boniface, Mike (2008) Cross-Domain Middlewares Interoperability for Distributed Aircraft Design Optimization. Fourth IEEE International Conference on eScience. pp. 485-492 .

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The Bridge project is an EU FP6 project funded by the European Commission to support the EU-China joint effort on secure and distributed cooperation between European and Chinese industrial communities such as the distributed aircraft design optimization etc. The interoperability between SIMDAT GRIA and CNGrid GOS, which enables a joint grid platform between SIMDAT and CNGRID infrastructures, is fundamental to achieve this goal. This paper presents the interoperability solution adopted by the Bridge project, including job management, data sharing, and authentication & authorization. A prototype of distributed aircraft design optimization based on the interoperability between GRIA and GOS has been implemented, which can effectively aggregate and integrate different analysis services that are provided by different geographical distributed partners. The strategies adopted in implementing the prototype are discussed and preliminary results are presented.

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Published date: 2008
Venue - Dates: Fourth IEEE International Conference on eScience, 2008-01-01
Keywords: Interoperability, Distributed Design Optimization
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science, IT Innovation

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Local EPrints ID: 267600
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/267600
PURE UUID: 9babb5a1-cb92-4fc5-987a-05048fa1b1c7

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Date deposited: 19 Jun 2009 11:45
Last modified: 19 Jul 2019 22:18

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