Wykaz publikacji wybranego autora

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

profesor nadzwyczajny

Wydział Informatyki, Elektroniki i Telekomunikacji
WIEiT-ki, Instytut Informatyki


  • 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)




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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 framework for migration from legacy software to Grid services
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  • A monitoring and flood decision support system for smart levees
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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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  • 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 IT infrastructure for smart levee monitoring and flood decision support
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  • Automatic proxy generation and load-balancing-based dynamic choice of services
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  • Benefits of provenance of virtual experiments
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  • Centre for new methods in computational diagnostics and personalized therapy
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  • CIS: an environment for system level applications
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  • Container-based architecture for resilient and reproducible scientific workflows
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  • CYFRONET contribution to coreGRID: problem solving environments, tools and GRID systems
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  • Data processing and presentation in a decision support system for levees monitoring
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  • Execution of scientific workflows on hybrid infrastructure, a case study of AWS Elastic Container Service in combination with AWS Lambda
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  • Experiments in GridSpace Virtual Laboratory – principles and examples
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  • Fine-grained instrumentation and monitoring of legacy applications in a service-oriented environment
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  • From VPH-share to PL-Grid: atmosphere as a frontend to cloud resources in research infrastructures
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  • GEMINI – a universal monitoring framework: concept, design, and first prototype
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  • GEMINI: Generic Monitoring Infrastructure for Grid resources and applications
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  • Leveraging complex event processing for Grid monitoring
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  • LGF: a framework for semi-automated adaptation of legacy code to web services
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  • Monitoring of multithreaded applications on SGI computers