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      The future of scientific workflows

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                The International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications
                The International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications
                SAGE Publications
                1094-3420
                1741-2846
                August 15 2017
                April 26 2017
                : 32
                : 1
                : 159-175
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                10.1177/1094342017704893
                © 2017

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