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NeuroLOG: a community-driven middleware design

Abstract : The NeuroLOG project designs an ambitious neurosciences middleware, gaining from many existing components and learning from past project experiences. It is targeting a focused application area and adopting a user-centric perspective to meet the neuroscientists expectations. It aims at fostering the adoption of HealthGrids in a pre-clinical community. This paper details the project's design study and methodology which were proposed to achieve the integration of heterogeneous site data schemas and the definition of a site-centric policy. The NeuroLOG middleware will bridge HealthGrid and local resources to match user desires to control their resources and provide a transitional model towards HealthGrids.
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Johan Montagnat, Alban Gaignard, Diane Lingrand, Javier Rojas Balderrama, Philippe Collet, et al.. NeuroLOG: a community-driven middleware design. HealthGrid, Jun 2008, Chicago, United States. pp.49--58. ⟨hal-00461611⟩

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