Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of GEC6WGMeetingMinutes


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11/25/09 17:08:13 (9 years ago)
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Vic Thomas
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    66In Spiral 2 of GENI the WG will focus on identifying tools and services needs of the experiments planned for this spiral.  The WG meeting agenda was designed to understand the needs of the experimenters and assess how well these needs are being met or will be met by tool and control framework developers.
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    8 The first part of the meeting agenda included four talks by researchers planning on doing experiments on GENI or building services that live within a GENI slice and hence look a lot like experiments.  The WG chairs, Jeannie and Jim, had asked the speakers to provide a concise summary of their experiments and then talk about their "experimentation requirements".  In particular, they were asked to address four possible dimensions of the "experiment space":
     8The first presentation at the meeting was by !JongWon Kim who described a service composition experiment on the Korean FIRST testbed.
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     10This was followed by four talks by researchers planning on doing experiments on GENI or building services that live within a GENI slice and hence look a lot like experiments.  The WG chairs,  Jeannie and Jim, had asked the speakers to provide a concise summary of their experiments and then talk about their "experimentation requirements".  In particular, they were asked to address four possible dimensions of the "experiment space":
    911    - Duration: Is the intended experiment short-lived (e.g., requiring more interactive features) or long-lived (e.g., requiring (error) event notification rather than interactive support)?
    1012    - Layering: What layer of abstraction does the experiment want to control? (e.g., does it need to control the topology and link characteristics? or does it need to completely replace IP with a new packet format and router processing? does it need to control/install in-network transport services e.g., retransmission or encryption, or ... service? or does it need to control placement of application-level (e.g., P2P) services? etc)?