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February 23-25, 2001
The Aerospace Corporation
El Segundo, California

 

GSAW2001: Agenda and Presentations

February 21, 2001
Session 1. Keynote Session
Session Chair: Wanda Austin, The Aerospace Corporation

Welcome Address
John R. Parsons, Sr. Vice President, The Aerospace Corporation

Elephant Bungee Jumping: A Software Project Manager's Survival Guide
Robert Semelsberger, Deputy Director SIGINT/GSPO, National Reconnaissance Office
Elephant Bungee Jumping Booklet

CeBASE and Ground Systems Architectures
Barry Boehm, Director, USC-Center for Software Engineering

Session 2. Trends in Information Infrastructure
Session Chair: Susan Kurtik, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Impact of New CCSDS File Delivery Protocol on JPL
Telemetry and Command Ground System Architecture

Mike Levesque, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Using XML and Java Technologies for Astronomical Instrument Control
Lynne Case, Commerce One

The Use of Java and Web-based Architecture in Mission Management Applications
Bruce Bohannan and Linda Martz, Raytheon Command, Control, Communication and Information Systems

Session 3. Integration Concepts
Session Chair: Walter Green, The Aerospace Corporation

A Tour of Siena, an Interoperability Infrastructure for Internet-Scale
Distributed Architectures

David S. Rosenblum, University of California, Irvine

Quick Reaction Demonstrator Program (QRD)
Daryl J. Joseph, Lockheed Martin Mission Systems

Defensive Counterspace (DCS) Test Bed (DTB) for Rapid Spacecraft Attack/Anomaly Detection, Characterization, and Reporting (Briefing Charts Not Available)
Christopher Tschan, The Aerospace Corporation

Session 4. Product Line Issues
Session Chair: Judy Kerner, The Aerospace Corporation

It’s Hard to Make Product Line, Architecture, and Reuse Concepts Work in Practice
Doug Walters, Northrop Grumman

Architectural Evolution to Support 21st Century Control System Requirements
Scott Norcross, L-3 Storm Control Systems

Business and Technical Considerations for Product Line Development: An Update
Daniel Vanderwarker, The Aerospace Corporation

Session 5. Alternate Operations Concepts
Session Chair: Mark Walker, The Aerospace Corporation

"NOCing the SOC": Evolving Spacecraft Centric Systems to Network and Information Centric Systems
Morris Brill, TRW Systems and Information Technology Group

Ground System Commercialization: Technical and Management Lessons Learned from the DataLynx Network
Steve Tobin, Honeywell Technology Solutions, Inc.

Commercialization of NASA Space Operations Data Services Through the Consolidated Space Operations Contract
Daniel J. Heimerdinger, Lockheed Martin Space Operations

Session 6. Case Studies
Session Chair: Richard Johnson, The Aerospace Corporation

Cost Tradeoffs Between Space and Ground
Dan Galorath, Galorath, Inc.

A Case Study in Product Line Implementation
Nancy Eickelmann, Motorola Research Laboratory

IEESIM: An Architecture of Information Exchange and Sharing for NASA
Tool Integration

Hoh In, Department of Computer Science, Texas A&M University

February 22, 2001
Session 7. Keynote Session
Session Chair: Mal DePonte, The Aerospace Corporation

Ground Systems and Architectures
Col. Thomas Fitzgerald, Chief Engineer, USAF Space and Missile Systems Center

Future Architecture for US Government Satellite Operations
Maj. Michael Ward, USAF, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense

The First Software Product Line Conference: A Report
Linda Northrop, Director, Product Line Systems, Software Engineering Institute

Session 8. Space Interoperability Standards
Session Chair: Carl Sunshine, The Aerospace Corporation

Overview of International Space Standardization
Adrian J. Hooke, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Architecture Study for Future Air Force Satellite Control Network
Tien M. Nguyen, The Aerospace Corporation

Consolidated Space Operations Contract Integrated Operations Architecture Standards Approach
Lindolfo Martinez, Lockheed Martin Consolidated Space Operations

Application Layer Standards for Space: The OMG Connection
Peter Shames, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Session 9. Information Security
Session Chair: Mary Rich, The Aerospace Corporation

Improving the Certification and Accreditation Process for DII COE Based Systems
Stuart Schaeffer, The Aerospace Corporation

Space Mission Communications Security
Howard Weiss, SPARTA, Inc.

Security Remote Access Server Architecture
Arthur T. McClinton, Jr., Mitretek Systems

Breakout Session 1
Business Cases and Acquisition Strategies

Session Chair: Marilee Wheaton, TRW Systems and Information Technology Group

COTS-Based Systems (CBS) Total Lifecycle Effort Modeling with COCOMO® II & COCOTS
Chris Abts, USC-Center for Software Engineering

Lessons Learned in Estimating the Software Cost of a Ground Station with
COTS Integration

Kathy Bradford, TRW

Product Acquisition Case Study: JPL Deep Space Network Telemetry Processor
Sean Conway, RTLogic

Using The Concept Design Center’s GST Model to Represent and Analyze Alternative Ground System Architectures
Mel Cutler, The Aerospace Corporation

Cost Tradeoffs Between Space and Ground
Dan Galorath, Galorath, Inc.

Breakout Session 2
Standards and Interoperability: Space Missions in the Internet Era

Session Chair: Adrian Hooke, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Overview of Standards for Space Link Access
Fred Brosi and John Pietras, GST, Inc.

Space File Delivery Protocols
Scott Burleigh, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Space Communications Protocol Standards–Capabilities and Software
Bob Durst, MITRE

Space and Range Standardization: The Real-Time Telemetry Networks (RTTN) Initiative
Darrell Ernst, MITRE and Adrian J. Hooke, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

CCSDS Standard Space Data Link Capabilities
Greg Kazz, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

CCSDS Space Link Extension Services: Case Study of the DERA Implementation
Hugh Kelliher, VEGA Group

Application Layer Standards for Space The OMG Connection
Peter Shames, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Overview of Space Mission Communications Security
Howard Weiss, Sparta

Breakout Session 3
Architectural Impacts from Pre Fab Components

Session Chair: Ron Kohl, Titan Systems Corporation, AverStar Group

Morris Brill, TRW
Daryl J. Joseph, Lockheed Martin
No slides for this session.

Breakout Session 4
Ground System Product Lines: Issues and Solutions
Session Chair: Judy Kerner, The Aerospace Corporation

Product Line Issues
Bruce Bohannan and Linda Martz, Raytheon Command, Control, Communication and Information Systems

Evergreen Ground System Product Line
Paul Davis, TRW

Supporting Product Line Architectures Using Configuration Management Techniques
Nenad Medvidovic, USC-Center for Software Engineering

Product Line Experience Within the DoD
Don Reifer, Reifer Consultants, Inc.
No slides for this presentation.

Business and Technical Considerations for Product Line Development: An Update
Daniel Vanderwarker, The Aerospace Corporation

Product Lines for Satellite Ground Systems: Issues Identified at the Product Lines for Command and Control Ground Systems Workshop at SPLC1
Mark Walker, The Aerospace Corporation

February 23, 2001
Summary Session

Plenary Session Summary
Rami Razouk, The Aerospace Corporation

Breakout Session Outbriefs

Breakout Session 1: Business Cases and Acquisition Strategies
Marilee Wheaton, TRW Systems and Information Technology Group

Breakout Session 2: Standards and Interoperability: Space Missions in
the Internet Era

Adrian Hooke, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Breakout Session 3: Architectural Impacts from Pre Fab Components
Ron Kohl, Titan Systems Corporation, AverStar Group

Breakout Session 4: Ground System Product Lines: Issues and Solutions
Judy Kerner, The Aerospace Corporation

Panel Session
Lessons Learned for Future Ground System Architectures
Session Chair: Rami Razouk, The Aerospace Corporation

Barry Boehm , Director, USC-Center for Software Engineering
Roger Clason, Space Operations Management Office, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Mal DePonte, Chief Engineer, The Aerospace Corporation
Keith Williams, Chief Architect, NASA Space Operations

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