Category Archives: LIGO

The Pegasus Workflow Manager and the Discovery of Gravitational Waves

We have all heard so much about the wonderful discovery of Gravitational Waves – and with just cause! In today’s post, I want to give a shout-out to the Pegasus Workflow Manager, one of the crucial pieces of software used in … Continue reading

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A New Release Of The Pegasus Workflow Management System

My colleagues at the Information Sciences Institute, University of Southern California have recently released version 3.1.0 of the Pegasus Workflow Management System. I have been working with the Pegasus team for many years now, and in a future post, I … Continue reading

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