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Published November 2003 | metadata_only
Journal Article

Data-intensive e-science frontier research


Large-scale e-science, including high-energy and nuclear physics, biomedical informatics, and Earth science, depend on an increasingly integrated, distributed cyberinfrastructure serving virtual organizations on a global scale.

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© 2003 ACM. The HENP research cited here is supported by U.S. DOE Office of Science's Office of High Energy and Nuclear Physics award #DE-FG03-92ER40701. PPDG is supported by the DOE Office of Science HENP and Office of Mathematical, Information, and Computational Sciences, award #DE-FC02-01ER25459. The NSF supports Strategic Technologies for the Internet (Multi-Gbps TCP) award #ANI-0230967; iVDGL subcontract #UF01087 to NSF grant #PHY-0122557; and CMS Analysis: An interactive Grid-Enabled Environment (CAIGEE) award #PHY-0218937. The HENP advanced network activities cited here were also made possible through the generous support of Cisco Systems, Level(3) Communications, and Intel. The BIRN research is supported by the National Center for Research Resources of the NIH by awards to all participating sites, as well as by NIH support for UCSD's National Biomedical Computational Resource (P41 RR08605) and National Center for Microscopy and Imaging Research (P41-RR04050). BIRN also leverages cyberinfrastructure being developed under NSF's support for the National Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure (#ASC 975249). The U.S. Congress appropriated funding for EarthScope in 2002. NSF Program Solicitation 03-567 called for proposals to conduct research and education associated with EarthScope in accordance with the scientific targets defined by the EarthScope Planning Committee.

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