Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of DOME


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12/05/08 14:50:20 (13 years ago)
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brian@cs.umass.edu
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  • DOME

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    55'''Project Title'''
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    7 Slivers and Slices in a Diverse, Outdoor, Mobile Network Testbed [[BR]]
    8 a.k.a.  DOME, Vehicular Mobile Network (obsolete)
     7''Slivers and Slices in a Diverse, Outdoor, Mobile Network Testbed [[BR]]''
     8
     9Testbed name: Diverse Outdoor Mobile Environment (DOME)[[BR]]
     10a.k.a., Vehicular Mobile Network (obsolete title)
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    1214
    1315Principal Investigator:   
    14 Brian Levine
    15 UMassAmherst
    16 brian@cs.umass.edu
     16Brian Levine,
     17UMass Amherst,
     18brian@cs.umass.edu http://prisms.cs.umass.edu/brian
    1719[[BR]]
    1820Co-Principal Investigator:
    19 Mark Corner
    20 UMassAmherst
     21Mark Corner,
     22UMass Amherst,
    2123mcorner@cs.umass.edu
    2224http://prisms.cs.umass.edu/mcorner/
    2325[[BR]]
    24 Research Staff:  Brian Lynn  UMassAmherst blynn@cs.umass.edu [[BR]]
     26Research Staff:  Brian Lynn,  UMass Amherst, blynn@cs.umass.edu [[BR]]
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    2628 
    2729'''Participating Organizations'''
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    29 [http://www.cs.umass.edu/  UMassAmherst,  Amherst, MA][[BR]]
     31[http://www.cs.umass.edu/  UMass Amherst,  Amherst, MA][[BR]]
    3032[http://www.microsoft.com/  Microsoft Research, Redmond,WA][[BR]]
    3133[http://www.hp.com/  HP Laboratories, Princeton, NJ][[BR]]
     
    3537'''Scope'''
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    37 The scope of work on this project is to extend your outdoor, mobile network testbed to support slivering and utilize a GENI candidate control framework (ORCA).  This includes:  1)  A virtualized operating system on the vehicular computers using Xen, which will allow for the isolation of experiments and customization of the operating environment, and permit each experiment to begin from a known configuration.  2)  Virtualized access to attached devices, including a 802.11 radio, GPS, and 900 MHz radio on each bus.  3) Standardized, general GENI mechanisms to authenticate users, install customized software and experiments, schedule DOME resources, and to log results.  4) Integration, deployment and access to GENI users.
     39The scope of work on this project is to extend the DOME outdoor, mobile network testbed to support slivering and utilize a GENI candidate control framework (ORCA).  This work includes the following items.  1)  A virtualized operating system on the vehicular computers using Xen, which will allow for the isolation of experiments and customization of the operating environment, as well as permitting each experiment to begin from a known configuration.  2)  Virtualized access to attached devices, including a 802.11 radio, GPS, and 900 MHz radio on each bus.  3) Standardized, general GENI mechanisms to authenticate users, install customized software and experiments, schedule DOME resources, and to log results.  4) Integration, deployment and access to GENI users.
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    4850[milestone:"DOME:  1g  provide a VLAN connection from your testbed’s server to the Internet2 backbone network"]  [[BR]]
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    50 Website maintained by UMassAmherst:
     52Website maintained by UMass Amherst:
    5153[http://prisms.cs.umass.edu/dome/geni  GENI - DOME web site]
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