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March 4 - 6, 2003
Manhattan Beach Marriott
Manhattan Beach, California

GSAW2003 Agenda and Presentations


Tuesday March 4, 2003
Introduction and Announcements
Mark Walker, GSAW2003 General Chair, The Aerospace Corporation

Session 1
Keynote Session
Session Chair: John Parsons, The Aerospace Corporation

Welcome Address
John Parsons, Senior Vice President, Space Systems Group,
The Aerospace Corporation

Future of Ground Systems for Scientific Spacecraft
Lt. Gen. Eugene L. Tattini (Ret. USAF), Deputy Director,
Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Ground Systems - Providing Effects to the Warfighter (Briefing Charts Not Available)
Maj. Gen. Craig R. Cooning, Vice Commander,
Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center

Session 2
Impacts of Lifecycle Architecting Decisions
Session Chair: Rick Johnson, The Aerospace Corporation

Acquisition of a COTS-Based Command and Control System for Legacy
and New Satellites

Maj. Joseph J. Romero, Lt. Col. Stephen D. Hargis,
Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center
Capt. Edmund J. Bohn, Air Force Space Command
Sidney Hollander, The Aerospace Corporation

SCOS-2000 – ESA’s Spacecraft Control for the 21st Century
Nestor Peccia, Mauro Pecchioli, European Space Agency

Satellite Operations on $15 a Day
Hank Tseu, Jeff Jacobsen, Mark Lafferty, Cesar Lindo, Steve Sponaugle,
The Boeing Company


The Jason Satellite Telemetry, Command and Communication Subsystem (JTCCS)
Mike de Gyurky, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Session 3
Special Keynote Session: Interplanetary Internet
Session Chair: Adrian Hooke, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Interplanetary Internet
Adrian Hooke, Manager of the InterPlaNetary Internet (IPN) Project,
Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Advanced Internet Technologies for Spacecraft TT&C (Briefing Charts Not Available)
Keith Scott, The MITRE Corporation

CCSDS File Delivery Protocol in Delay-Tolerant Networking
Scott Burleigh, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Session 4
Progress with Space Link Extension (SLE) Standards
Session Chair: Susan Kurtik, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Air Force Satellite Control Network Interoperability
Lance Williams, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems
Carl Sunshine, The Aerospace Corporation

NASA/AFSCN/NOAA/Lockheed Martin Ground Network and
Space Network Interoperability Plans

Lindolfo Martinez, Lockheed Martin Space Operations

Standards-Based TT&C Service Management: Prototype Applications
and User Involvement

John Pietras, Global Science and Technology, Inc.

Session 5
Assuring Mission Success
Session Chair: Joseph Betser, The Aerospace Corporation

Ground Software Errors Can Cause Satellites to Fail Too - Lessons Learned
Paul Cheng, The Aerospace Corporation

Extending COCOMO® II to Estimate the Cost of Developing Secure Software
Edward Colbert, Murali Gangadharan, Don Reifer, Barry Boehm,
University of Southern California Center for Software Engineering

Reducing System Acquisition Risk with Software Architecture
Analysis and Evaluation

John Bergey, Matt Fisher, Lawrence Jones, Software Engineering Institute

Recovery-Oriented Ground Systems
James Cutler, Stanford University


Wednesday March 5, 2003
Introduction and Announcements
Mark Walker, GSAW2003 General Chair, The Aerospace Corporation

Session 6
Keynote Session
Session Chair: Marilee Wheaton, The Aerospace Corporation

Lessons from the Ground (No Briefing Charts)
Vernon Grapes, Chief of Systems Engineering, Ground Systems Office,
National Reconnaissance Office

Ground Systems - Challenges and Opportunities
Donald R. Walker, Vice President, National Space Systems Engineering,
The Aerospace Corporation

Session 7
Architecting for Future Operations
Session Chair: James Cutler, Stanford University

Standards- and Component-Based Mission Operations Architecture at NASA’s
Goddard Space Flight Center

Dan Smith, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

The NASA/GSFC Advanced Data Grid: A Prototype for Future Earth Science
Ground System Architectures

Samuel D. Gasster, Craig A. Lee, Brooks Davis, Matt Clark, Mike AuYeung,
John R. Wilson, The Aerospace Corporation
Debra M. Ladwig, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Architecting for the Future: Some Lessons Learned
Suzanne Hughes, National Reconnaissance Office

AF Satellite Control Network Architectural Approach
Richard Russel, Northrop Grumman Corporation

Session 8
Breakout Sessions

Session 8A: Architecture-Centric Evolution of
Software Intensive Systems

Session Chairs: Sergio Alvarado, Michael Hogan, Phillip Schmidt,
The Aerospace Corporation

John Georgas
, Institute for Software Research at the
University of California, Irvine

New Roles for Architecture
Maj. Christopher Beres,
Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center

Architecture: Acquisition’s Holistic Medicine
Capt. Marc Raphael, Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center

Architectural-Centric Representation for Design Diversity and Program Evolution
Phillip Schmidt, Sergio Alvarado, Jesus Rivera, Jaime Milstein,
The Aerospace Corporation

From Cradle to Grave: An Architecture Substrate for Software Lifecycles
Nicolas Rouquette, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Usability Constraints on Architecture Development and Use
John Reeves, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems

A Focused Approach to Software Architectural Recovery
Nenad Medvidovic, Vladimir Jakobac,
University of Southern California Center for Software Engineering

Recommendations for Architecture-Centric Software Supporting
Self-Adaptive Behavior

John Georgas, Institute for Software Research at the
University of California, Irvine

An Adaptable and Market-Driven Command and Control Architecture
Scott Norcross, L3 Communications Corporation

Deploying a Common Software Architecture for Real Time Launch, Test
and Satellite Ground Systems

Rob Andzik, Real Time Logic, Inc.

Balancing Generic Software Component Design with Tailored
COTS Solutions

J. Mike Gilmore, Raytheon Company

Architecture Granularity – A COTS Vendor’s Perspective
Barry Grasso, Integral Systems, Inc
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Session 8B: Managing Commercial-Off-the-Shelf
(COTS) Integration for High Integrity Systems

Session Chairs: Karen Owens, Suellen Eslinger, Geri Chaudhri,
The Aerospace Corporation,
Ron Kohl, R.J. Kohl & Associates

Quantitative Management of COTS-Based Systems:
The Role of Cost Estimation

Marilee Wheaton, The Aerospace Corporation
Steven Wong, Northrop-Grumman Mission Systems

Managing COTS Integration for High Integrity Systems:
Observations from the COCOTS Database

Betsy Clark, Software Metrics, Inc.

COTS or Development: Simulation Tools for Ground System Integration
Tom Tillman, L-3 Communications Corporation

The Role of Architecture in Managing COTS Based High Integrity Systems
Rod Davis, Command and Control Technology

COTS Based Systems Issues
Ron Kohl, R.J. Kohl & Associates
Karen Owens,
Suellen Eslinger, The Aerospace Corporation

Session 8C: Distributed Ground Systems
Session Chair: Donna Sellers, NASA, Marshall Space Flight Center

Case for Deploying Complex Systems Utilizing Commodity Components
R. Lee Pitts, Barry S. Bryant, Lockheed Martin Space Operations

Telescience Resource Kit
Michelle Schneider, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Utilization of Internet Protocol-Based Voice Systems in
Remote Payload Operations

Susan Best, Kelvin Nichols, Bob Bradford, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Coordination and Monitoring for Ground Control and Distributed Resources
Michael Kantor, Institute for Software Research at the
University of California, Irvine

Planning Systems for Distributed Operations
Theresa Maxwell, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

ISS Space-based Science Operations Grid for the Ground Systems
Architecture Workshop (GSAW)

Clara Welch, Bob Bradford, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Session 8D: Network Standards and Interoperability
Session Chair: Carl Sunshine, The Aerospace Corporation

Lockheed Martin/CSOC SLE Management Service Request Prototype
Andrew Schreckenghost, Lockheed Martin Space Operations
Steven Autry, Lockheed Martin Enterprise Systems

JPL Space Link Extension Service Management Prototype Effort An Overview
Erik Barkley, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Progress Report on the UK SLE Prototype
Hugh Kelliher, VEGA Group PLC

Lockheed Martin/CSOC Space Link Extension (SLE) Test bed Status
Scott Jakl, Jeff Boxell, Lockheed Martin Space Operations

Proposal for the Application of CCSDS Space Link Extension to NASA Human Space Flight Missions
Larry Muzny, Jeff Boxell, Lockheed Martin Space Operations

STS-107 Case Study: End-to-End IP Space Communication Architecture
Keith Hogie, Computer Sciences Corporation

Layering IT Services for a Planetary "Exploration Web"
Norm Lamarra, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Session 8E: Business Cases
Session Chair: Patricia Maloney, The Aerospace Corporation

Space Acquisition Strategy - Just How Important is the Ground Segment?
Mary A. Rich, Steven Lazar, Joseph Betser, The Aerospace Corporation

NASA Ground Network Evolution: Designing for Best Value
Roger Clason, Bill Watson, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Jill Matalavage, Luis Tsuji, Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.

Mission Operations Comparison Study
Larry B. Sidor, Phil H. Young, Oliver F. Blackshire, The Aerospace Corporation

COSYSMO: COnstructive SYStems Engineering Cost MOdel
Barry W. Boehm, Donald J. Reifer, Ricardo Valerdi, University of Southern California Center for Software Engineering

Jason-1 Satellite Telemetry, Command and
Communications Subsystem (JTCCS)

Mike de Gyurky, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

UML-based Object-Oriented Metrics for Architecture Complexity Analysis
Peter In, SangEun Kim, Texas A&M University
Matthew R. Barry, United Space Alliance

Session 8F: Mission Assurance
Session Chairs: Joseph Betser, Charles Lavine, The Aerospace Corporation

Maintaining Situational Awareness in On-Demand Distributed Space Operations
Jeffrey Fox, Jean Fox, Jaime Gray, mobileFOUNDATIONS, Inc.

Rigorous and Traceable Decomposition and Recomposition of
Security Requirements

Leo Marcus, The Aerospace Corporation

Dynamic Access for the Future NASA Space Communications Network
Michael Hadjitheodosiou, Hui Zeng,
Institute for Systems Research, University of Maryland

Extended Validation and Verification for Situation-Aware
Middleware Architectures

SangEun Kim, Peter In, Texas A&M University
Ramesh Bharadwaj, Naval Research Laboratory



Thursday March 6, 2003
Introduction and Announcements
Mark Walker, GSAW2003 General Chair, The Aerospace Corporation

Session 9
Keynote Session
Session Chair: Judy Kerner, The Aerospace Corporation

Software Architecture Challenges for Complex Systems of Systems
Barry Boehm, Director, University of Southern California
Center for Software Engineering

Session 10
Architectural Representation and Methods
Session Chair: Walter Green, The Aerospace Corporation

Supporting an Architecture-Based Approach to Systems Modeling
John Georgas, Institute for Software Research at the
University of California, Irvine

Improving CDRL Production – a Northrop Grumman Mission
Systems Six Sigma Initiative

Paul Davis, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems

Space Data Systems Reference Architecture
Peter Shames, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Session 11
Breakout Session Outbriefings
Session Chair: Michael Hogan, The Aerospace Corporation

Session 8A: Architecture-Centric Evolution of Software-Intensive Systems
Session Chairs: Sergio Alvarado, Michael Hogan, Phillip Schmidt,
The Aerospace Corporation
John Georgas, Institute for Software Research at the
University of California, Irvine

Session 8B: Managing Commercial-Off-the-Shelf (COTS) Integration for
High Security Systems

Session Chairs: Karen Owens, Suellen Eslinger, Geri Chaudri,
The Aerospace Corporation
Ron Kohl, R.J. Kohl & Associates

Session 8C: Distributed Ground Systems
Session Chair: Donna Sellers, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Session 8D: Network Standards and Interoperability
Session Chair: Carl Sunshine, The Aerospace Corporation

Session 8E: Business Cases
Session Chair: Patricia Maloney, The Aerospace Corporation

Session 8F: MIssion Assurance
Session Chairs: Joseph Betser, Charles Lavine, The Aerospace Corporation

Session 12
Summary Session
Judy Kerner, The Aerospace Corporation

Session 13
Panel Discussion: Applying Lessons Learned and Emerging
Technologies to Drive Future Ground System Architectures

Session Chair: Carl Sunshine, The Aerospace Corporation

Panelists:

Col. Ivette Falto-Heck
Chief Engineer, Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center

Mike Mader
NPOESS Assistant Program Director and Vice President,
Raytheon Intelligence and Information Systems

Linda Northrop
Director, Product Line Systems Program, Software Engineering Institute

Mary A. Rich
Principal Director, Software Engineering Subdivision, The Aerospace Corporation

Richard N. Taylor
Director, Institute for Software Research at the University of California, Irvine

Pat Woods
Vice President of Government Systems, Integral Systems, Inc.

Workshop Conclusion


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