Docker for Scientific Demos

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Docker for Scientific Demos
status: ongoing
Student name: student name::Rogier Mars
Dates
Start start date:=1 January 2017
End end date:=1 July 2017
Supervision
Supervisor: Tobias Kuhn
Thesis: has thesis::Media:Thesis.pdf
Poster: has poster::Media:Posternaam.pdf

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Abstract

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About Docker for Scientific Demos

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Bioinformatics, Cognitive Science, Computational Intelligence and Selforganisation, Computer Science and Communication, Computer Systems and Security, Formal Methods and Software Verification, High Performance Distributed Computing, Human Ambience, Information Sciences, Information and Communication Technology, Internet and Web Technology, Knowledge Technology and Intelligent Internet Applications, Multimedia, Parallel and Distributed Computer Systems, Software Engineering, Systems Biology, Technical Artificial Intelligence,|, |xXx|project within::xXx|,}}


Description

Problem: Many scientific approaches in Computer Science are illustrated and presented with running code in the form of demos. Often, however, such demos are offline after some time, and difficult to install and maintain.

Solution/Method: We could use the Docker or other types of Linux containers to make persistant and reliable demos that can be run anywhere with little effort. They could then ideally be published, shared, and archived as reliably as papers.