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Title Using Web 2.0 for scientific applications and scientific communities
Source Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, Vol. 21, Issue 5, Pages 583-603, 2009
Year 2009
Access date 17.08.2009
Abstract

Web 2.0 approaches are revolutionizing the Internet, blurring lines between developers and users and enabling collaboration and social networks that scale into the millions of users. As discussed in our previous work, the core technologies of Web 2.0 effectively define a comprehensive distributed computing environment that parallels many of the more complicated service-oriented systems such as Web service and Grid service architectures. In this paper we build upon this previous work to discuss the applications of Web 2.0 approaches to four different scenarios: client-side JavaScript libraries for building and composing Grid services; integrating server-side portlets with 'rich client' AJAX tools and Web services for analyzing Global Positioning System data; building and analyzing folksonomies of scientific user communities through social bookmarking; and applying microformats and GeoRSS to problems in scientific metadata description and delivery.

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SI areasICT & applications (2)
ICT as a tool (3)
TopicsWeb Applications
e-Social Science
ICT & applications (2)Content structuring (2c)
CountryUSA
Bibliographic typeJournal articles
ICT as a tool (3)Cyber-infrastructure (3c)
Year of publication2009
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