Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of CmuLab-4Q09-status


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     1= CMU Lab Quarterly Status Report 4Q 2009 =
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     3== I. Major accomplishments ==
     4=== A. Milestones Achieved ===
     5  * Integrated experimentation between CMU testbeds (204, 215)[[BR]]
     6   We have demonstrated experimentation between CMU testbeds as well as between CMU and other Emulab sites. This has been used to teach classes (locally and the University of Wisconsin) and to allow experiments on which papers have been written, and has included all three of our testbed environments (Wireless, Wired, and Homenet)
     7=== B. Deliverables made ===
     8          ....
     9== II. Description of work performed during the last quarter ==
     10=== A. Activities and findings ===
     11  Much of this quarter was spent on tasks that will be completed in the next quarter.   (Our department moved into a new building,  including relocating our local Emulab cluster to a new machine room.)
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     13=== C. Publications (individual and organizational) ===
     14   Accepted for publication: The Network Testbed Mapping Problem, Rick !McGeer and David G. Andersen and Stephen Schwab, In Proc. 6th International Conference on Testbeds and Research Infrastructures for the Development of Networks and Communities (!TridentCom) , May 2010, http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dga/papers/ntm-tridentcom2010.pdf
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     16=== D. Outreach activities ===
     17=== E. Collaborations ===
     18  As documented in the Utah quarterly report, we have been participating in weekly/biweekly conference calls with other members of our cluster. Our lead staff developer, Pat Gunn, has had other communications with smaller parts of the Emulab team as part of code design and development.
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     20=== F. Other contributions ===
     21  The publication listed above addresses new, faster, scalable solutions to the testbed mapping problem, a core challenge to Emulab-like testbed clusters including future GENI applications.