DIANE: Distributed Analysis Environment. DIANE is a tool which helps application communities and smaller Virtual Organisations using the distributed computing infrastructures more efficiently. The automatic control and scheduling of computations on a set of distributed worker nodes leads to an improvement of the quality of service of the EGEE/LCG Grid. The tool allows to: reduce the application execution time by using the resources more efficiently, reduce the user work overhead by providing fully automatic execution and failure management, efficiently integrate local and Grid resources. DIANE highly customizable and, under certain conditions, may be used with legacy applications. The tool is not limited to the Grid infrastructure and may be easily used with local resources (or both local and Grid at the same time). See the Technical Overview and Applications.

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  1. Camarasu-Pop, Sorina; Glatard, Tristan; Mościcki, Jakub T.; Benoit-Cattin, Hugues; Sarrut, David: Dynamic partitioning of GATE Monte-Carlo simulations on EGEE (2010) ioport
  2. Mościcki, Jakub T.; Woś, Maciej; Lamanna, Massimo; de Forcrand, Philippe; Philipsen, Owe: Lattice QCD thermodynamics on the grid (2010)
  3. Taffoni, Giuliano; Cassisi, Santi; Manzato, Patrizia; Molinaro, Marco; Pasian, Fabio; Pietrinferni, Adriano; Salaris, Maurizio; Vuerli, Claudio: Grid and databases: BaSTI as a practical integration example (2010) ioport
  4. Dhome, Michel (ed.): Visual perception through video imagery. (2009)
  5. Cook, Diane J. (ed.); Holder, Lawrence B. (ed.): Mining graph data. (2007)
  6. Haase, Christian (ed.); Hibi, Takayuki (ed.); Maclagan, Diane (ed.): Mini-workshop: Projective normality of smooth toric varieties. Abstracts from the mini-workshop held August 12--18, 2007. (2007)
  7. Altmann, Klaus (ed.); Batyrev, Victor (ed.); Teissier, Bernard (ed.): Report 5/2006: Convex and Algebraic Geometry (January 29th -- February 4th, 2006) (2006)
  8. Crowley, John (ed.); Ankerst, Donna Pauler (ed.): Handbook of statistics in clinical oncology (2006)
  9. Copeland, B. Jack (ed.): Alan Turing’s automatic computing engine. (2005)
  10. Dieckmann, Ulf (ed.); Doebeli, Michael (ed.); Metz, Johan A. J. (ed.); Tautz, Diethard (ed.): Adaptive speciation. (2004)
  11. McVey, John K.: Prime divisibility among degrees of solvable groups. (2004)
  12. Kolassa, John E. (ed.); Oakes, David (ed.): Crossing boundaries: Statistical essays in honor of Jack Hall. Selected papers presented at the symposium in honor of the 70th birthday of W. Jackson Hall, Rochester, NY, September 25-26, 1999 (2003)
  13. Mościcki, Jakub T.; Guatelli, Susanna; Mantero, Alfonso; Pia, M. G.: Distributed Geant4 simulation in medical and space science applications using DIANE framework and the GRID (2003)

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