September 18, 2012
Sept. 18 — Cloud computing has emerged as a dominant paradigm that has been widely adopted by enterprises. Clouds provide on-demand access to computing utilities, an abstraction of unlimited computing resources, and support for on-demand scale up, scale down and scale out. Clouds are also rapidly joining more traditional computing platforms as viable platforms for scientific exploration and discovery, and education. As a result, understanding application formulations and usage modes that are meaningful in such a hybrid infrastructure, what are the fundamental conceptual and technological challenges, and how applications can effectively utilize it, is critical.
The goal of this special issue of CiSE is to explore how Clouds platforms and abstractions, either by themselves or in combination with other platforms, can be effectively used to support real-world science and engineering applications. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to) algorithmic and application formulations, programming models and systems, runtime systems and middleware, end-to-end application workflows and experiences with real applications.
Published by the IEEE Computer Society, Computing in Science & Engineering magazine features the latest computational science and engineering research in an accessible format, along with departments covering news and analysis, CSE in education, and emerging technologies.
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Source: IEEE Computing in Science & Engineering
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