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  • Bolte, Jonathan; Wernert, Julie; Seiffert, Kurt; Simms, Stephen C.; Link, Matthew R.; Pierce, Marlon; Marru, Suresh; Hancock, David Y.; Miller, Therese; Stewart, Craig A. (10/3/2012)
    This document is a summary of the activities of the Research Technologies division of UITS, a Service & Cyberinfrastructure Center affiliated with the Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute, as part of the eXtreme ...
  • Fischer, Jeremy; Knepper, Richard; Standish, Matthew; Stewart, Craig A.; Alvord, Resa; Lifka, David; Hallock, Barbara; Hazlewood, Victor (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2014-07-13)
    The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment has created a suite of software that is collectively known as the basic XSEDE-compatible cluster build. It has been distributed as a Rocks roll for some time. It ...
  • Basney, Jim; Butler, Randy; Fraser, Dan; Marru, Suresh; Stewart, Craig A. (ACM, 2012)
    The XSEDE 12 Panel Discussed Security for Science Gateways, Campus Bridging and discussed year 2 focus on Security Guidelines, Rocks Rolls Software Distribution, InCommon Authentication.
  • Stewart, Craig A.; Katz, Daniel S.; Hart, David L.; Lantrip, Dale; McCaulay, D. Scott; Moore, Richard L. (1/5/2011)
    This document describes the methodology and results of a survey of researchers as regards their cyberinfrastructure needs and preferences. The purpose of this survey was to elicit information and requirements from researchers ...
  • Stewart, Craig A.; McCaulay, D. Scott; Jul, Susanne; Moore, Richard L. (2011-03)
    In an effort to systematically investigate requirements for TeraGrid XD, the XROADS collaboration held during 2009 a series of requirements elicitation meetings (REM) with small groups of stakeholders. This report summarizes ...
  • Stewart, Craig A. (6/14/2012)
  • Stewart, Craig A. (7/19/2012)
    Campus Bridging is more a mindset that should affect most of what XSEDE does rather than a specific set of software modules within the overall set of XSEDE services and products. Our goal is going to be to work with the ...
  • Stewart, Craig A. (7/20/2012)
  • Miller, Therese M. (12/6/2011)
  • Stewart, Craig A. (7/16/2012)
  • Stewart, Craig A. (7/17/2012)
    XSEDE is the eXtreme Science & Engineering Discovery Environment. XSEDE12 is the first annual conference about XSEDE and about how XSEDE fits into the US national and international cyberinfrastructure.
  • Wernert, Julie A.; Whitten, Robert (2013-05)
    This report provides an analysis and evaluation of the XSEDE Annual Survey 2013. Section 1 describes the data collection methodology of the survey. The sample included 13 types of users with a sample size of 5000 users. ...
  • Hazlewood, Victor; Knepper, Richard; Lee, Steven; Lifka, David; Navarro, JP; Stewart, Craig A. (4/15/2013)
    This document is both a public document and an internal working document intended to define XSEDE strategies related to XSEDE’s cluster build software distribution project. This is part a strategy document, part tactical.
  • Stewart, Craig A.; Knepper, Richard; Grimshaw, Andrew; Foster, Ian; Bachmann, Felix; Lifka, David; Riedel, Morris; Tueke, Steven (5/16/2012)
    This document is both a user-­facing document (publicly accessible) and an internal working document intended to define user needs and use cases that fall under the general umbrella of Campus Bridging within the overall ...
  • Fischer, Jeremy (2014-04-09)
    Introduction to XSEDE presentation that was given at the first Campus CI day as part of an NSF CC-NIE Campus Cyberinfrastructure Planning Grant Wittenberg University received this year.
  • Lindsey, Susan; Dahan, Maytal; Fischer, Jeremy L.; Stewart, Craig A.; Boisseau, John (6/14/2012)
    This html document template may be used, with appropriate editing, to describe a high performance computing system, a storage system, or a visualization system. This template is intended to make it easier for systems ...
  • Stewart, Craig A.; Roskies, Ralph; Knepper, Richard; Moore, Richard L.; Whitt, Justin; Cockerill, Timothy M. (2015-06-15)
    In science and engineering discovery often lags years behind research, whose full potential may not be known for decades. Large research facilities struggle to quantify a return on the substantial federal investments that ...

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