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Introducing Triquetrum, A Possible Future for Kepler and Ptolemy II
Christopher Brooks, Jay Jay Billings

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Christopher Brooks, Jay Jay Billings. "Introducing Triquetrum, A Possible Future for Kepler and Ptolemy II". 3rd Workshop on Advances in the Kepler Scientific Workflow System and Its Applications, ICCS, 9, June, 2016; Poster presented at ICCS 2016, San Diego.

Abstract
Triquetrum is an open platform for managing and executing scientific workflows that is under development as an Eclipse project. Both Triquetrum and Kepler use Ptolemy II as their execution engine. Triquetrum presents opportunities and risks for the Kepler community. The opportunities include a possibly larger community for interaction and a path for Kepler to move from Kepler's one-off ant-based build environment towards a more common Open Services Gateway initiative (OSGi)-based environment and a way to maintain a stable Ptolemy II core. The risks include the fact that Triquetrum is a fork of Ptolemy II that would result in package name changes and other possible changes. In addition, Triquetrum is licensed under the Eclipse Public License v1.0, which includes a patent clause that could conflict with the University of California patent clause. This paper describes these opportunities and risks.

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    Christopher Brooks, Jay Jay Billings. <a
    href="http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/1173.html">Introducing
    Triquetrum, A Possible Future for Kepler and Ptolemy
    II</a>,  3rd Workshop on Advances in the Kepler
    Scientific Workflow System and Its Applications, ICCS, 9,
    June, 2016; Poster presented at <a
    href="http://www.iccs-meeting.org/iccs2016/"
    >ICCS 2016</a>, San Diego.
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    Christopher Brooks, Jay Jay Billings. "Introducing
    Triquetrum, A Possible Future for Kepler and Ptolemy
    II".  3rd Workshop on Advances in the Kepler Scientific
    Workflow System and Its Applications, ICCS, 9, June, 2016;
    Poster presented at <a
    href="http://www.iccs-meeting.org/iccs2016/"
    >ICCS 2016</a>, San Diego.
  • BibTeX
    @inproceedings{BrooksBillings16_IntroducingTriquetrumPossibleFutureForKeplerPtolemy,
        author = {Christopher Brooks and Jay Jay Billings},
        title = {Introducing Triquetrum, A Possible Future for
                  Kepler and Ptolemy II},
        booktitle = { 3rd Workshop on Advances in the Kepler Scientific
                  Workflow System and Its Applications},
        organization = {ICCS},
        day = {9},
        month = {June},
        year = {2016},
        note = {Poster presented at <a
                  href="http://www.iccs-meeting.org/iccs2016/" >ICCS
                  2016</a>, San Diego.},
        abstract = { Triquetrum is an open platform for managing and
                  executing scientific workflows that is under
                  development as an Eclipse project. Both Triquetrum
                  and Kepler use Ptolemy II as their execution
                  engine. Triquetrum presents opportunities and
                  risks for the Kepler community. The opportunities
                  include a possibly larger community for
                  interaction and a path for Kepler to move from
                  Kepler's one-off ant-based build environment
                  towards a more common Open Services Gateway
                  initiative (OSGi)-based environment and a way to
                  maintain a stable Ptolemy II core. The risks
                  include the fact that Triquetrum is a fork of
                  Ptolemy II that would result in package name
                  changes and other possible changes. In addition,
                  Triquetrum is licensed under the Eclipse Public
                  License v1.0, which includes a patent clause that
                  could conflict with the University of California
                  patent clause. This paper describes these
                  opportunities and risks.},
        URL = {http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/1173.html}
    }
    

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