AttributionForGENI: 2012-t1.txt

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1Project Status Report
2Period: August 12, 2011 - November 18, 2011
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4I. Major accomplishments
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6We completed a report on the workshop on Attribution in GENI held at GEC 11.
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8We presented two papers, one on resilience (intended to raise questions and challenge current notions of resilience; it was accepted by and printed at the New Security Paradigms Workshop) and one on attribution requirements for the next generation Internet.
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11A. Milestones achieved
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13(Completed) Attrib: S3.a, report begun; will be completed after workshop is held (see S3.c below)
14(Completed) Attrib: S3.b, workshop held at GEC11; report completed
15(Completed) Attrib: S3.c, Attribution in GENI report completed
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17B. Deliverables made
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19* Workshop report completed (see GENI Wiki: Report on Workshop on Attribution at GEC 11.pdf)
20* Report on attribution in GENI completed (see GENI Wiki: attributioningeni-2.pdf)
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22II. Description of work performed during last quarter
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24A. Activities and findings
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26We completed the two reports and presented two papers during this time period.
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28Matt Bishop collaborated with non-GENI colleagues on a paper discussing resilience ("Resilience is More than Availability"), which is relevant to the Attribution in GENI project because it studies how to measure resilience, and indeed what resilience is. Clearly, any attribution framework must be resilient in a number of ways, and this paper examines what that might mean.
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30Jeffrey Hunker presented our paper highlighting attribution requirements for future Internet testbeds, and future Internets at the 2011 IEEE International Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security in Boston, MA.
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32B. Project participants
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34Matt Bishop, University of California at Davis
35Jeffrey Hunker, Jeffrey Hunker Associates
36Carrie Gates, CA Technologies
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38C. Publications (individual and organizational)
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40M. Bishop, M. Carvalho, R. Ford, and L. Mayron, "Resilience is More Than Availability," Proceedings of the 2011 New Security Paradigms Workshop pp. 95–104 (Sep. 2011).
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42J. Hunker, C. Gates, and M. Bishop, "Attribution Requirements for Next Generation Internets," Proceedings of the 2011 IEEE International Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security pp. 345-350 (Nov. 2011).
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44D. Outreach activities
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46N/A
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48E. Collaborations
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50N/A
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52F. Other Contributions
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54N/A
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