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  • Stewart, Craig A. (10/28/2003)
    This highly fruitful collaborative effort between IU and IBM life sciences/DB2 teams has resulted in the institution at IU of a Centralized Life Science Data (CLSD) service. CLSD provides to IU researchers a unified, SQL ...
  • Stewart, Craig (2/10/2004)
    In June 2002, IU and IBM signed a joint study agreement (W0125820) to develop protein family annotator software as part of a larger IU-IBM life sciences partnership. IBM provided $35,000 for the project. Matching funds ...
  • Stewart, Craig A. (2015-10-23)
    The presentation presents an overview of IU Grand Challenges plans and concepts and outlines RT/PTI role in supporting them.
  • Stewart, Craig A. (3/17/1999)
    This presentation looks at IU's Compaq Cluster.
  • Voss, Brian D.; Jung-Gribble, Diane; Stewart, Craig A. (1996-05)
  • Park, Hun Myoung
    Panel (or longitudinal) data are cross-sectional and time-series. There are multiple entities, each of which has repeated measurements at different time periods. U.S. Census Bureau’s Census 2000 data at the state or county ...
  • Almes, Guy; Dreher, Patrick; Stewart, Craig A. (10/30/2008)
    This presentation discusses the workshop, "Developing a Coherent Cyberinfrastructure from Local Campus to National Facilities: Challenges and Strategies"
  • Hart, David; Palmer, Jeffrey; Fischer, Will; Turner, Sean; Berry, Don K.; Wernert, Eric; Stewart, Craig A.; Tan, Tin Wee; Sakharkar, Meena; Zhang, Lou Xin; Buchhorn, Markus; Potter, Tim (1998-11)
    DNA data has accumulated more rapidly in recent years than compute power, so researchers must often exclude potentially informative data to make statistical analysis practical. For SC'98, the computationally intensive ...
  • Voss, Brian; Stewart, Craig; Peebles, Christopher; Workman, Sue (Proceedings of the 55th Annual Quality Congress, American Society for Quality, Charlotte NC, 2001)
    For the last decade, University Information Technology Services (UITS) at Indiana University has measured the satisfaction of its customers – students, faculty, and staff – with the IT services its members produced for ...
  • Peebles, Christopher; Stewart, Craig; Voss, Brian; Workman, Sue (EDUCAUSE Conference Proceedings, Indianapolis IN, 10/29/2001)
    Support for all users of computer hardware, software, and networks is crucial for full realization of the value that these digital intelligence amplifiers can offer a scholarly community. Bloated applications, opaque user ...
  • Peebles, Christopher S.; Stewart, Craig A.; Voss, Brian D.; Workman, Sue B. (5/8/2001)
    For the last decade, University Information Technology Services (UITS) at Indiana University has measured the satisfaction of its customers – students, faculty, and staff – with the IT services its members produced for the ...
  • Peebles, Christopher S.; Stewart, Craig A.; Voss, Brian D.; Workman, Sue B. (10/29/2001)
    Support for all users of computer hardware, software, and networks is crucial for full realization of the value that these digital intelligence amplifiers can offer a scholarly community. Bloated applications, opaque user ...
  • Bernbom, Gerry (3/27/1997)
    In June, 1995, IU began a two year project to establish archival requirements for IU's electronic records in the target areas of Financial Management Services and Student Services. As part of that project a methodology has ...
  • Wernert, Julie; Wernert, Eric; Stewart, Craig (2/14/2014)
    This report summarizes the responses to the 2012 Software Sustainability Survey, conducted as part of the NSF EAGER grant (NSF:1147606) titled "Best Practices and Models for Sustainability for Robust Cyberinfrastructure ...
  • Turner, George W.
    The session on monitoring HPC clusters was presented at the 2014 Linux Cluster Institute's Workshop - a hands-on workshop that covered the fundamentals of setting up and administering a high-performance computing (HPC) ...
  • Reagan, David M. (Indiana University, 2015-10-20)
    The use of familiar web technologies makes it easier to enable multi-touch experiences from anywhere with a web browser and a touchscreen, from phones to desktops to large touch tables and display walls. This presentation ...
  • Kloster, David (2017-04-07)

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