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March 13 - 15 2002
The Aerospace Corporation
El Segundo, California


GSAW2002 Agenda and Presentations

Wednesday March 13, 2002

Session 1. Keynote Session
Session Chair: Wanda Austin, The Aerospace Corporation

Introduction and Announcements
Mark Walker, GSAW2002 General Chair, The Aerospace Corporation

Welcome Address
William F. Ballhaus Jr., President and CEO, The Aerospace Corporation

Space Commission and The Future of Ground Systems
Maj. Gen.-select Craig R. Cooning, Vice Commander,
Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center

The Magic is on the Ground
Col Edward T. Cope, Deputy, Chief Information Officer, National Reconnaissance Office

Mission Data System Architecture and Implementation Guidelines
George Rinker, Manager, Mission Data System Implementation,
Jet Propulsion Laboratory

(Video of Wanda Austin, William F. Ballhaus Jr. and Maj. Gen.-select Craig R. Cooning)


Session 2.

Architectural Decisions
Session Chair: Marilee Wheaton, TRW Systems
Customer Outreach Program
Mark Broswick, Systems Operations Office, National Reconnaissance Office

COTS Empirical Data: A To-10 List and Its Implications
Barry Boehm, Center for Software Engineering, University of Southern California

Satellite and Peripherals - Implications for Ground Architectures
Kevin Kreitman, The Aerospace Corporation
Session 3.
Standards and Architectures
Session Chair: Judy Kerner, The Aerospace Corporation
Applying the Lessons of Internet Services to Space Systems
James Cutler, Stanford University
XML Command and Telemetry Standardization
Gerry Simon, Lockheed Martin

Evaluation of Components for COTS Component-based Systems
William (Trip) Carter, Harris Corporation
Session 4. Keynote Session
Session Chair: Rami Razouk, The Aerospace Corporation
Engineering Safer Systems
Nancy G. Leveson, Professor, Professor of Aerospace Software Engineering, Aeronautics and Astronautics Department, Nassachusetts Institute of Technology
No slides
Session 5.
Mission and Information Assurance
Session Chair: Joe Betser, The Aerospace Corporation
Prediction of Reliability and Availability for Ground Systems
Myron Hecht, SoHaR Incorporated

Ground Systems and Cyberwar
Stuart Staniford, Silicon Defense

Creating the IETF IDWG Intrusion Detection Protocols IDMEF & IDXP
Michael Erlinger, Harvey Mudd College
Session 6.
Ground Network/Communications Architectures
Session Chair: Richard Johnson, The Aerospace Corporation
Future Interoperable Satellite Control Networks - Communications Architecture
and Issues

John C. Chiang, The Aerospace Corporation

Innovative Space/Ground Architectures and Technologies for
NASA's Space Network Evolution

Roger Flaherty and Aaron Weinberg, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Building a Global ATM Network for Ground Systems Control
Andrew Walther, The Aerospace Corporation
Session 7.
Applications of Space Link Extension Standards
Session Chair: Susan Kurtik, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
CCSDS Space Link Extension (SLE) Services - A Progress Report
Fred Brosi, Global Science & Technology, Inc.

CCSDS Space Link Extension (SLE) - Proposal for a NASA Wide Ground Data
Service Standard

Larry Muzny, Lockheed Martin Space Operations

Applying CCSDS Standards to the Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN)
James Noles and John Pietras, Global Science and Technology, Inc.

Improving Access to Space with Space Link Extension Services

Hugh Kelliher, VEGA Group PLC

Thursday March 14, 2002

Session 8. Keynote Session
Session Chair: Rami Razouk, The Aerospace Corporation

Introduction and Announcements
Mark Walker, GSAW2002 General Chair, The Aerospace Corporation

Transformational Communications
Christine M. Anderson, SES, Director, MILSATCOM, Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center

Command and Control Software Development Lessons Learned
Lt Col Michael D. Sarchet, Deputy Director, Space Systems Command
and Control Division

Session 9. Architectural Methods
Architectural Methods
Session Chair: Walter Green, The Aerospace Corporation

Representing Product Line Architectures
Andre van der Hoek, Institute for Software Research and Department of Information
and Computer Science, University of California, Irvine

Evaluation of Aspects in UML Models

Phillip Schmidt, The Aerospace Corporation

Static and Dynamic Modeling and Analysis of Architectures
Roshanak Roshandel, University of Southern California

Representing System Architectures using the C4ISR Architecture Framework
James N. Martin, The Aerospace Corporation
Session 10.
Breakout Groups I
Breakout Session 10A Architecture Methods and Frameworks
James Martin and Mark Maier, The Aerospace Corporation

Using Service Utilization Metrics to Assess and Improve Product Line Architectures
Ebru Dincel, University of Southern California

Andre van der Hoek, Institute for Software Research and Department of Information
and Computer Science, University of California, Irvine
Phillip Schmidt, The Aerospace Corporation
Roshanak Roshandel, University of Southern California
Kevin Kreitman, The Aerospace Corporation

Breakout Session 10B COTS Integration
Suellen Eslinger and Karen Owens, The Aerospace Corporation

Integration: Reinventing and Expensive Wheel
Larry McQueary, Talarian

Integration and Maintenance with the COBRA Architecture
Tim Spinney, The Aerospace Corporation

Costing COTS Integration
Marilee Wheaton, TRW Systems

Breakout Session 10C: Satellite Control Network Trends and Prospects for Interoperability
Carl Sunshine, The Aerospace Corporation

AFSCN Evolution
Carl Sunshine, The Aerospace Corporation

NASA Ground Network Evolution and Interoperability
Edward Burns, NASA HQ
No slides

Satellite Control Networks: Trends and Prospects for Interoperability - a CCSDS View
Adrian Hooke, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Satellite Control Networks Trends and prospects for Interoperability
Commercialization Trends

Michael Anderson, Honeywell

CCSDS and NASA Standards
Peter Shames, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Breakout Session 10D: Architectural Approaches for Multi-Mission Ground Systems
Mike Hogan, The Aerospace Corporation

Multimission Considerations for the NASA Deep Space Network (DSN)
Susan Kurtik, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Ground Control Systems Issues for Multi-Mission Operations
Tina Arechiga, PanAmSat

An Ops Concept Driven Architecture for Satellite Command and Control
David Allen, L-3 Communications, Inc. - Storm Control Systems

Applying A Distributed Architecture to Real Time Hardware Control and Status
Robert Andzik, RT Logic

Multi-Mission Ground Systems: A Commercial Approach
Pete Gaffney, Integral Systems, Inc.

Session 11.
Breakout Groups II
 

Breakout Session 11A: Business Cases & Acquisition Strategies
Marilee Wheaton, TRW Systems

Universal Space Network Commercial Antenna Network Evaluation (CANE) Overview
Greg Hollister, United Space Networks

Strategies for Implementing a Product Line Approach to Software Reuse at the NRO
Daniel Vanderwarker, The Aerospace Corporation

Schedule Risk Analysis: Why It is Important and How to Do It
Stephen Book, MCR, Inc.

COSYSMO: Constructive Systems Engineering Cost Model
Don Reifer and Richardo Valerdi, Center for Software Engineering,
University of Southern California

Breakout Session 11B: Information Assurance
Joe Betser and Charlie Lavine, The Aerospace Corporation

Harmonizing the Certification and Accrediation Process With Modern
Security Evaluation Standards

Stuart Schaeffer, The Aerospace Corporation

Hydra: Agents for Information Security
Morris Brill, TRW Systems

Ground Systems and the Challenge of Creating Collaborating I-A Communities
via the Internet Research and Standards

Joe Betser, The Aerospace Corporation

Securing Ground Control Systems
Tracy Dorsey, Computer Sciences Corporation

Virtual Vulnerability Assessment for Spacecraft Ground Systems
Hoh Peter In and Steve Liu, Texas A&M University

Breakout Session 11C: Alternative Operations Concepts
Kevin Kreitman, The Aerospace Corporation

Evolution of Knowledge-based Applications for Launch Support
Jeff Lankford, The Aerospace Corporation

Automated Spacecraft Scheduling - The ASTER Example
Ron Cohen, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Breakout Session 11D: Human Systems Integration (HSI) Standardization
Brian Shaw, The Aerospace Corporation

Marc Dinerstein, The Aerospace Corporation
Brian Louie, GPS Ground, Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center
Roger Dispoto, SBIRS High, Det 11, Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center
Steve Scholz, CERES, Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center
Tom Riebe, TASC Corporation

Friday March 15, 2002

Session 12.
Summary Session
Mary A. Rich, The Aerospace Corporation

Introduction and Announcements
Mark Walker, GSAW2002 Chair, The Aerospace Corporation

Breakout Session Outbriefs
Breakout Session 10A: Architecture Methods and Frameworks
James Martin and Mark Maier, The Aerospace Corporation

Breakout Session 10B: COTS Integration
Suellen Eslinger and Karen Owens, The Aerospace Corporation

Breakout Session 10C: Satellite Control Network Trends and Prospects
for Interoperability

Carl Sunshine, The Aerospace Corporation

Breakout Session 10D: Architectural Approaches for Multi-Mission Ground Systems
Mike Hogan, The Aerospace Corporation

Breakout Session 11A:
Business Cases & Acquisition Strategies
Marilee Wheaton, TRW Systems

Breakout Session 11B: Information Assurance
Joe Betser and Charlie Lavine, The Aerospace Corporation

Breakout Session 11C:
Alternative Operations Concepts
Kevin Kreitman, The Aerospace Corporation

Breakout Session 11D:
Human Systems Integration (HSI) Standardization
Brian Shaw, The Aerospace Corporation

Plenary Session Summary
Mary A. Rich, The Aerospace Corporation
Session 13.
Panel Session
Ground System Architecture Decisions for Mission Success
Carl Sunshine, The Aerospace Corporation
 

Panelists:
Barry Boehm, Director, USC Center for Software Engineering,
University of Southern California

Observations on Ground System Architectures: The View from the Trenches
Lt Col Michael R. Dickey, Commander, 3d Space Operations Squadron

Key Ground System Architectural Issues
Joseph Kahr, Space Infrared Telescope Facility Project Ground Data System Engineer, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Col Michael Mantz, Director, Satellite and Launch Control Systems Program Office, Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center

The Importance of Software Architecture
Linda Northrop, Director, Product Line System Program, Software Engineering Institute



Rhon Williams, Director of Technology, System Development Operations, TRW Systems
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