Systematization and Analysis of RemoteLY Accessed Instruments and User Community Requirements
This chapter describes a procedure for identifying high-level scientific equipment having the potential for remote instrumentation access, as well as the\break capacities of this equipment for integration into next-generation grids. The requirements of the user community for such kind of access are evaluated and analyzed. The information is implemented in a database that should be used as an interface between instrument OWNERS and USERS groups. This product could be considered as a prototype of future large-scale databases that will contain wide-structured information concerning remotely accessed instruments and services integrated into the next-generation grids.
KeywordsUser Community Remote Access Bulgarian Academy Proper User Hardware Interface
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