Wykaz publikacji wybranego autora

Bartosz Baliś, dr hab. inż., prof. AGH

profesor nadzwyczajny

Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications
WIEiT-ki


  • 2018

    [dyscyplina 1] dziedzina nauk inżynieryjno-technicznych / informatyka techniczna i telekomunikacja


[poprzednia klasyfikacja] obszar nauk technicznych / dziedzina nauk technicznych / informatyka


Identyfikatory Autora Informacje o Autorze w systemach zewnętrznych

ORCID: 0000-0002-3082-4209 orcid iD

ResearcherID: G-8325-2011

Scopus: 6603249837

PBN: 5e70922b878c28a0473910db

OPI Nauka Polska

System Informacyjny AGH (SkOs)





Liczba pozycji spełniających powyższe kryteria selekcji: 167, z ogólnej liczby 167 publikacji Autora


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  • A community roadmap for scientific workflows research and development
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  • A concept of a monitoring infrastructure for workflow-based Grid applications
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  • A concept of Grid application monitoring
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  • A concept of Grid application monitoring
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  • A concept of portable monitoring of multithreaded programs
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  • A development and execution environment for early warning systems for natural disasters
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  • A framework for migration from legacy software to Grid services
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  • A lightweight approach for deployment of scientific workflows in cloud infrastructures
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  • A lightweight approach for deployment of scientific workflows in cloud infrastructures
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  • A monitoring and flood decision support system for smart levees
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  • A P2P approach to resource discovery in on-line monitoring of Grid workflows
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  • A performance analysis tool for interactive applications on the Grid
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  • A platform for collaborative e-science applications
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  • A software for pharmacotherapy optimization project PharmOPTIM
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  • A solution for adapting legacy code as Web services
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  • Adaptation of legacy software to Grid services
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  • Adaptive and integrated monitoring system for knowledge Grid workflows
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  • An approach to monitoring, data analytics and decision support for levee supervision
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  • An event-based approach to reducing coupling in large-scale applications
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  • An infrastructure for Grid application monitoring
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  • An instrumentation infrastructure for Grid workflow applications
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  • An IT infrastructure for smart levee monitoring and flood decision support
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  • An ontology model for execution records of Grid scientific applications
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  • Anisotropic flow of identified hadrons in Xe–Xe collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=5.44$ TeV