Semantic Technologies in the SIMDAT Grid Project

Authors Juergen Angele, Moritz Weiten

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Juergen Angele
Moritz Weiten

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Juergen Angele and Moritz Weiten. Semantic Technologies in the SIMDAT Grid Project. In Semantic Grid: The Convergence of Technologies. Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings, Volume 5271, Schloss Dagstuhl – Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik (2005)


The SIMDAT project aims at developing generic grid technology for the solution of complex application problems and using this new technology in several industrial application sectors. Semantic technologies are expected to offer a significant added value to other technologies with respect to the management of resources on the process level and on the data level. The strategic objectives of SIMDAT are (i) to test and enhance data grid technology for product development and production process design, (ii) to develop federated versions of problem-solving environments (PSEs) by leveraging enhanced grid services, (iii) to exploit data grids as a basis for distributed knowledge discovery, (iv) to promote de facto standards for these enhanced grid technologies across a range of disciplines and sectors as well as (v) to raise awareness for the advantages of data grids in important industrial sectors.
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