Scientific use of Windows Workflow Foundation


I can't read the paper but the abstract looks very interesting. A method for analysing large volumes of data using Windows Workflow Foundation.


http://eprints.ecs.soton.ac.uk/12372/


[Edit: Kenji Takeda has kindly published the paper so you can read it. The link is the third item in Related Publications and Talks]

Comments (2)
  1. razi says:

    hi paul its quite pain full that one cant read the paper its like you can see the candy in store but can’t taste it.

  2. Kenji Takeda says:

    Glad the abstract made it sound interesting. You can download the whole paper (for personal use only, subject to usual IEEE copyright restrictions) from my website at http://www.soton.ac.uk/~ktakeda/mshpc.html

    This is one of the first publications from the new Microsoft Institute for High Performance Computing at the University fo Southampton, which I happen to be co-director of. The new institutes were announced by Bill Gates last November.

    We’re currently writing a Windows Workflow for designing futuristic airliners too, as part of our Future Flight competition for youngsters @ http://www.futureflight.org

    We’re doing lots more cool stuff with WF. As they say, you ain’t seen nothing yet <g>.

    Enjoy 🙂
    Kenji

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