The PROPHET System and resource sharing
The PROPHET System is a specialized computer resource sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NTH). The short-term objective for the System is that it be a unique and valuable research tool shared by a broad array of geographically distributed scientists studying chemical/ biological interactions. The long-term goal for the System is that it promote the emergence of a predictive science regarding drugs and drug-related phenomena. This paper discusses this shared research resource and the management considerations associated with its operation and continuing development.
KeywordsValuable Research Tool Boston City Hospital Remote Terminal Predictive Science Cognitive Assistance
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