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School of Electronics and Computer Science > IT Innovation" and Year is 2005

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The 'end to end' crystallographic experiment in an e-Science environment: From conception to publication. - Simon Coles, Jeremy Frey, Michael Hursthouse, Mark Light, Leslie Carr, David DeRoure, Christopher Gutteridge, Hugo Mills, Ken Meacham, Mike Surridge, Liz Lyon, Rachel Heery, Monica Duke and Michael Day
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2005

ECSES - examining crystal structures using 'e-science': a demonstrator employing web and grid services to enhance user participation in crystallographic experiments - Simon Coles, Jeremy G. Frey, Michael B. Hursthouse, Mark E. Light, Ken E. Meacham, Darren J. Marvin and Mike Surridge
Type: Article | 2005

The role of eScience in service crystallography: the National Crystallography Service Grid facility [Poster] - Simon J Coles, Jeremy G Frey, Michael B Hursthouse, David DeRoure, Hugo R Mills, Ken E Meacham and Mike Surridge
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2005

Data mining applied to agent based simulation - Marco Remondino and Gianluca Correndo
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2005 | Item not available on this server.

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