The future interconnection environment
will be a platform-irrelevant Virtual Grid consisting of requirements, roles and
machine-understandable semantics, a resource can actively and dynamically
cluster relevant resources to provide on-demand services by understanding
requirements and functions each other. Versatile
resources are encapsulated to provide services in the form of Single Semantic
Image by using the uniform resource model.
A resource can intelligently assist people to accomplish complex task and
solve problems by participating versatile resource flow cycles through virtual
roles to use proper knowledge, information, and computing resources.
From this point of view, the keynote unveils the characteristics of the
Semantic Grid, presents the key scientific issues and methodology, and
introduces practice in China.
is a professor at the Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of
Sciences. He is the executive
director of the Key Lab of Intelligent Information Processing of CAS and leads
the China Knowledge Grid research group (http://kg.ict.ac.cn).
He is serving as the area editor of the Journal of Systems and
Software (Elsevier Science), the editor of the Future Generation Computer
Systems (Elsevier Science), and on the editorial boards of the Information
and Management (Elsevier Science) and the Journal of Computer Science and
Technology. His current
research focuses on the future interconnection environment.
He is the author of two books and over sixty papers appeared mainly in
leading international conferences and journals such as Communications of the
ACM; IEEE Computer; IEEE Intelligent Systems; IEEE
Computing in Science and Engineering; IEEE
Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics; Information and Management;
Decision Support Systems; Journal
of Systems and Software; and Concurrency and Computation: Experience and
Practice. He has organized two
special issues on Semantic Grid and Knowledge Grid for the Future Generation
Computer Systems. In recent two years, he has been making effort for the China
Semantic Grid research plan in cooperation with eight leading universities in