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From Suresh Marru <>
Subject Re: Question for dynamic substitution for scientific workflows
Date Wed, 22 Jul 2015 13:39:56 GMT
Hi Faye,

This will be a good contribution to Airavata. For real-world workflow
examples, you can read at -
We can help you construct some of them, but unfortunately we are all tied
up with a Airavata tutorial until end of the month. In August we can work
with you and get started with some workflows which can benefit from your
research problem.

Meanwhile, I suggest you to try out the quick start tutorials -
These will help you with single application scenarios. The GSoC project is
related to providing dynamic substitution for this single application. This
mailing list if the right place to exchange ideas and collaborate. You can
build on the GSoC meta-scheduling work and implement the dynamic workflow
aspects. We will work with you, but please bear with us for few days.


On Tue, Jul 21, 2015 at 9:25 PM 宇菲 <> wrote:

> Hi, Team
>      I'm Faye, a Master student majored in Computer Science from Fudan
> University in China. I'm now working on a project of “Dynamic substitution
> for scientific workflows running under Airavata”. Specifically, when some
> component of a running workflow fails, dynamically find and replace it with
> a best match from the service registry. I'm not sure if Airavata already
> has this feature implemented and I just heared from that couple of Google
> Summer of Code students working on a related project. How can I collaborate
> them if possible? For dynamic substitution for scientific workflows, how do
> you recommend to start from? i.e Which part of source code to look into,
> where are the more detailed documentations for internal function calls?
> Thanks
> Faye

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