GOLD Infrastructure for Virtual Organisations

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  2. Dr Panos Periorellis
  3. Dr Nick Cook
  4. Dr Hugo Hiden
  5. Dr Adrian Conlin
  6. Michael Hamilton
  7. Dr Jeremy Bryans
  8. Xiaofeng Gong
  9. Fujun Zhu
  10. Professor Allen Wright
Author(s)Periorellis P, Cook N, Hiden H, Conlin A, Hamilton MD, Wu J, Bryans J, Gong X, Zhu F, Wright A
Editor(s)Cox, S.J.
Publication type Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Conference NameUK e-Science All Hands Meeting 2006
Conference LocationNottingham, UK
Year of Conference2006
Date18-21 September 2006
Volume
Pages11-20
ISBN0955398800
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The principal aim of the GOLD project is to carry out research into enabling technology to support the formation, operation and termination of Virtual Organisations (VOs). This technology has been implemented in the form of a set of middleware components, which address issues such as trust, security, contract monitoring and enforcement, information management and coordination. The paper discusses these elements, presents the services required to implement them and analyzes the architecture and services. The paper follows a top down approach starting with a brief outline on the architectural elements, derived during the requirements engineering phase and demonstrates how these architectural elements were mapped onto actual services that were implemented according to SOA principles and related techololgies.
PublisherNational e-Science Centre
URLhttp://www.allhands.org.uk/2006/proceedings/papers/618.pdf
Notes5th Meeting
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