Deelman, Ewa and Kesselman, Carl and Williams, Roy and Lazzarini, Albert and Prince, Thomas A. and Romano, Joe and Allen, Bruce (2001) A Virtual Data Grid for LIGO. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2110 . pp. 3-12. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechCACR:2001.192
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GriPhyN (Grid Physics Network) is a large US collaboration to build grid services for large physics experiments, one of which is LIGO, a gravitational-wave observatory. This paper explains the physics and comput-ing challenges of LIGO, and the tools that GriPhyN will build to address them. A key component needed to implement the data pipeline is a virtual data service; a system to dynamically create data products requested during the various stages. The data could possibly be already processed in a certain way, it may be in a file on a storage system, it may be cached, or it may need to be created through computation. The full elaboration of this system will al-low complex data pipelines to be set up as virtual data objects, with existing data being transformed in diverse ways.
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