Changes between Version 12 and Version 13 of GeniGlossary


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02/14/09 16:08:47 (10 years ago)
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Chip Elliott
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     1= GENI Glossary =
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    13 Active Sliver::
    24  A ''sliver'' that supports user-installed code.
     
    6971  An important feature of GENI is to permit experiments to have access to end-user traffic and behaviors. For examples, end-users may access an experimental service, use experimental access technologies, or allow experimental code to run on their computer or handset. GENI will provide tools to allow users to learn about an experiment’s risks and to make an explicit choice (''“opt-in”'') to participate.                           
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    73 '''Technology Readiness Level's (NASA Definition, adapted to GENI context)'''
     73== Technology Readiness Level's (NASA Definition, adapted to GENI context) ==
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    7575Technology readiness levels (TRL's) are used to describe the maturity of technologies. Technology risks are often identified through the assessment of component, sub-system and the integrated system TRL's. It is not uncommon to have high component TRL's but low system TRL's caused by the absence of demonstrated integration into the particular system of interest. The table below provides the widely accepted description of each TRL level.
     
    8484||TRL-8||Actual system completed and demonstrated in the end-to-end GENI environment||
    8585||TRL-9||Actual system "flight proven" through successful end-to-end GENI experiments||
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     87== See also ==
     88* [wiki:GeniNewcomers New to GENI?]