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 \title{Bioelectromagnetic Simulation for Everyone} \tocauthor{J. Starzynski} \author{} \institute{} \maketitle \begin{center} {\large \underline{Jacek Starzynski}}\\ Warsaw University of Technology\\ {\tt jstar@iem.pw.edu.pl} \\ \vspace{4mm}{\large Robert Szmuro}\\ Warsaw University of Technology\\ {\tt szmurlor@iem.pw.edu.pl} \\ \vspace{4mm}{\large Bartosz Chaber}\\ Warsaw University of Technology\\ {\tt chaberb@iem.pw.edu.pl} \end{center} \section*{Abstract} Cloud computation technologies open a new perspective for scientific computing. Sophisticated software can now be made available as on-demand service, reducing costs and broadening accessibility for end-users. The paper presents an implementation of a system serving open source electromagnetic field simulation software as a web based service. The primary users of the system are medical staff and electromagnetic safety engineers which are usually not familiar with field simulation methods. The user friendliness of a system combined with its flexibility, scalability and extendibility is realized with help of carefully designed concept of configurable usage-scenarios. Our aim is to present this scenarios concept in detail. \bibliographystyle{plain} \begin{thebibliography}{10} \bibitem{Nierhoerster2009} {\sc Oliver NiehÃ¶rster et. al.}. {Providing Scientific Software as a Service in Consideration of Service Level Agreements}. Proceedings of the Cracow Grid Workshop (CGW), pp. 55-63, 2009. \end{thebibliography}
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