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Dispel Tutorial

TitleDispel Tutorial
Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsMartin, P

Dispel is a strongly-typed imperative language for generating executable workflows for data-intensive distributed applications, particularly (but not exclusively) for use in computational sciences such as bioinformatics, astronomy and seismology — it has been designed to be a portable lingua franca by which researchers can interact with complex distributed research infrastructures without detailed knowledge of the underlying computational middleware, all in order to more easily conduct experiments in data integration, simulation and data-intensive modelling.

This document is a tutorial for Dispel.

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