[kepler-dev] semantics

Deana Pennington dpennington at lternet.edu
Thu Jan 19 09:38:14 PST 2006

Would you like to propose an alternative term that adequately captures 
the concept of accessing distributed resources?

Mladen Vouk wrote:

> I would steer away from term Grid
> Mladen
> Ilkay Altintas wrote:
>>How about "Kepler Data Grid"?
>>Another thing that needs to be decided is the names/definitions of  
>>different users and a glossary of terms on functionality.
>>On Jan 19, 2006, at 8:32 AM, Deana Pennington wrote:
>>>I'm working on the Getting Started with Kepler document that Sam and
>>>Laura started.  I'm trying to make it more generic, less specific to
>>>ecology since other sciences are now heavily represented as well.  I
>>>think it's time to settle on a generic term for the Grid being accessed
>>>from within Kepler, subsets of which can always use more specific terms
>>>(e.g. EcoGrid).  My suggestion would be to go with something simple  
>>>Science Grid, or SciGrid.  Thoughts?  Are there other terms that we  
>>>to resolve before the documentation effort gets going in full force?
>>>Deana D. Pennington, PhD
>>>Long-term Ecological Research Network Office
>>>UNM Biology Department
>>>MSC03  2020
>>>1 University of New Mexico
>>>Albuquerque, NM  87131-0001
>>>505-277-2595 (office)
>>>505-249-2604 (cell)
>>>505 277-2541 (fax)
>>>Kepler-dev mailing list
>>>Kepler-dev at ecoinformatics.org <mailto:Kepler-dev at ecoinformatics.org>
>>Kepler-dev mailing list
>>Kepler-dev at ecoinformatics.org <mailto:Kepler-dev at ecoinformatics.org>


Deana D. Pennington, PhD
Long-term Ecological Research Network Office

UNM Biology Department
MSC03  2020
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM  87131-0001

505-277-2595 (office)
505-249-2604 (cell)
505 277-2541 (fax)

More information about the Kepler-dev mailing list