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Re: Life Sciences Grid

From: Matthias Samwald <samwald@gmx.at>
Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2008 12:39:17 +0200
Message-ID: <4AD228F0A83047BAB5C1CB87ADA181AF@tessellate>
To: <public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org>

Hi Susie,

That sounds amazing. Just for clarification: is this the system that was 
also part of the presentation of Greg Tucker-Kellogg at WWW2008 [1]? What 
Semantic Web components/functionalities does it contain?


Matthias Samwald

DERI Galway, Ireland // http://www.deri.ie/
Semantic Web Company, Austria // http://www.semantic-web.at/

> I apologize for the spam, but thought several folks might be interested to
> know that Lilly has put it's discovery IT framework into Sourceforge (
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/lsg/).
> I've included an abstract below that gives a very high level description 
> of
> the architecture.
> Cheers,
> Susie
>   Life Science Grid (LSG) is a software infrastructure that Lilly has
>   developed for drug discovery. LSG is a plug-in hosting and deployment
>   framework that is built on top of the Composite Application Block user
>   interface from Microsoft Patterns and Practices. LSG is a rich client
>   which requires .NET 2.0 or higher and WSE 3.0. LSG simplifies the task
>   of creating new plug-ins by providing a Visual Studio template from
>   which developers can quickly learn and expand. The framework also
>   supplies an administrative tool for registering and deploying plug-ins
>   and composing them into applications. Users can easily choose which
>   applications and plug-ins to use enabling task-oriented customization.
>   This approach allows us to provide an integrated environment for the
>   user. It also enhances the development process by providing a foundation
>   to build and manage reusable components.
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