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Investigating the Role of Handheld Devices in the Accomplishment of Grid-Enabled Analysis Environment

Anjum, Ashiq and Ali, Arshad and Azim, Tahir and Ikram, Ahsan and Bunn, Julian J. and Newman, Harvey B. and Steenberg, Conrad and Thomas, Michael (2004) Investigating the Role of Handheld Devices in the Accomplishment of Grid-Enabled Analysis Environment. In: Grid and Cooperative Computing. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. No.3033. Springer , Berlin, Heidelberg, pp. 913-917. ISBN 978-3-540-21993-4.

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We investigate the role of handheld devices as a potential platform to be used in the Grid Enabled Analysis Environment (GAE) by porting desktop PC-based analysis software to run on Pocket PC’s and other handhelds. This will enable them to be used for the analysis of data from the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS), which goes online in 2006 at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). The environment currently comprises client software that runs on the Pocket PC providing interactive analysis features on the device and a remote data server named Clarens, which functions as a portal to the Grid, and ensures secure and authenticated access to the CMS data.

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