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Cluster E Review Meeting on June 29, 2009:

Cluster E meeting to review Spiral 2 roadmap, and discuss Spiral 1 completion tasks.
Monday, 6/29, 1 - 4pm
At BBN Technologies, Cambridge

Conference bridge
Webex

Attendees:

Ray Raychaudhuri, Ivan Seskar
Meiling Jiang
Marco Gruteser (phone), Max Ott (phone)

Chip Elliott, Aaron falk, Heidi Dempsey, Harry Mussman

Notes by Aaron Falk

Agenda:

Introductions and agenda review

1:00 WiMAX project (Ray Raychaudhuri, Ivan Seskar, Meiling Jiang)

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slides
milestones, including notes from this meeting.
Notes, particularly concerning: proof of concept done; working toards slicing; spiral 2 goals; (* need to contact GMOC); (* need to contact Steve Schwab); also NEC interest in GENI.

1:50 Cognitive radio platfrom status update (Ivan Seskar)

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Notes, particularly concerning: goal is fairly large scale deployment of cognitive radios; unique design goal is to have four radio channels that can be independently managed, say, one for spectrum sending, two transmitters, and one receiver; want to be able to do experiments currently possible with ORBIT using more than 50 cognitive radios.

2:00 Review of Spiral 2 GENI goals and Cluster E Spiral 2 Roadmap

document, including notes from this meeting.
Notes, particularly concerning: (* GPO should take a stronger hand to get better interoperability); two types of researchers in GENI: one that sees the Internet as an uncontrolled system to be observed and the other that is interested in controlled and repeatable experiments; (* suggest organizing something like the EU's 5-day Future Internet summer school, pay folks to give tutorials, bring in students, have regionally, limit to 200 miles driving with hands-on project workshop.

3:00 ORBIT project (Marco Gruteser and Max Ott)

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slides
milestones, including notes from this meeting. Notes, particularly concerning: want a formal resource description model that supports multiple levels of abstraction; to extend OMF to support experiments across multiple testbeds; to extend OMF to support experiments driven by context, such as location.

Submitted by: Harry Mussman, GPO System Engineer

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