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There are two main differences between Kepler and Taverna: (1) the models of computation they use and (2) the user communities being served. 

  1. Kepler works based on the concept of “directors”, which dictate the models of execution used within a workflow. Taverna uses one particular model of computation, based on the lambda calculus, whereas in Kepler users have a range of models of computation available.
  2. The Taverna team has primarily focused on supporting the Life Sciences community (biology, chemistry and medical imaging), whereas in Kepler the emphasis so far has been on ecology and geology.
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