Generating web-based user interfaces for computational science (bibtex)
@article{HKTPMB2010,
	_day = {01},
	_month = {05},
	abstract = {Scientific gateways in the form of web portals are becoming the popular approach to share knowledge and resources around a topic in a community of researchers. Unfortunately, the development of web portals is expensive and requires specialists skills. Commercial and more generic web portals have a much larger user base and can afford this kind of development. Here we present two solutions that address this problem in the area of portals for scientific computing; both take the same approach. The whole process of designing, delivering and maintaining a portal can be made more cost-effective by generating a portal from a description rather than programming in the traditional sense. We show four successful use cases to show how this process works and the results it can deliver.},
	author = {van Hemert, J.I. and Koetsier, J. and Torterolo, L. and Porro, I. and Melato, M. and Barbera, R.},
	date-added = {2011-02-18 21:21:13 +0000},
	date-modified = {2016-03-18 11:23:11 +0000},
	journal = {Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience},
	keywords = {e-science; rapid; portals},
	pages = {256--268},
	publisher = {Wiley},
	title = {Generating web-based user interfaces for computational science},
	volume = {23},
	year = {2011}}
Powered by bibtexbrowser