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A taxonomy of grid workflow verification and validation

A taxonomy of grid workflow verification and validation In a grid architecture, a grid workflow management system is a type of high‐level grid middleware which is supposed to support modelling, redesign and execution of large‐scale sophisticated scientific and business processes in many complex e‐science and e‐business applications. To ensure the correctness of grid workflow specification and execution, grid workflow verification and validation must be conducted. However, current research on grid workflow verification and validation is at the infancy stage and very few projects focus on them. Therefore, a systematic investigation and an overall classification of key issues in grid workflow verification and validation is helpful and should be presented so that we can keep on the right track and reduce unnecessary work as much as possible. As such, in this paper, we analyse the grid workflow verification and validation and present a taxonomy. Especially, we identify some important open points which are not discussed by the current research and hence need further investigation. The taxonomy is aimed at providing an overall picture of grid workflow verification and validation. Copyright © 2007 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Concurrency and Computation: Practice & Experience Wiley

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Wiley
Copyright
Copyright © 2007 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
ISSN
1532-0626
eISSN
1532-0634
DOI
10.1002/cpe.1220
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Abstract

In a grid architecture, a grid workflow management system is a type of high‐level grid middleware which is supposed to support modelling, redesign and execution of large‐scale sophisticated scientific and business processes in many complex e‐science and e‐business applications. To ensure the correctness of grid workflow specification and execution, grid workflow verification and validation must be conducted. However, current research on grid workflow verification and validation is at the infancy stage and very few projects focus on them. Therefore, a systematic investigation and an overall classification of key issues in grid workflow verification and validation is helpful and should be presented so that we can keep on the right track and reduce unnecessary work as much as possible. As such, in this paper, we analyse the grid workflow verification and validation and present a taxonomy. Especially, we identify some important open points which are not discussed by the current research and hence need further investigation. The taxonomy is aimed at providing an overall picture of grid workflow verification and validation. Copyright © 2007 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

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Concurrency and Computation: Practice & ExperienceWiley

Published: Mar 25, 2008

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