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GSAW 99: Ground System Architectures Workshop


Agenda and Presentations


Wednesday March 3, 1999


Session 1
Keynote Session
Session Chair: Dennis Plunkett



Introduction and Announcements
Judy Kerner, GSAW99 Chair

Welcome Address
Michael J. Daugherty, Executive Vice President, The Aerospace Corporation

Ground Systems Architecture and the SMC Vision
Maj. Gen. Eugene L. Tattini, Commander, USAF Space and Missile Systems Center

Product Lines and Architecture Evaluations
Linda Northrop, Director, Product Line Systems Program, Software Engineering Institute



Session 2
Future Visions
Session Chair: Charles Simmons 


Integrated Space Command and Control
Maj. LeRoy Pedone, USAF Electronic Systems Center (ESC/NDC)

Future Visions of AFSCN
Maj. Ray Pry, USAF Space and Missile Systems Center/CWI

QUEST for Human Exploration of the Solar System
Lynn Vernon, NASA/Johnson Space Center 


Session 3
Reference and Product Line Architectures
Session Chair: Sergio Alvarado


A Quantitative Approach to Architecture-Based Product Line Development
Nancy Eickelmann, NASA IV&V Software Research Laboratory

The Value of a Reference Architecture
Janis Putman, MITRE Corporation

An Integrated Architectural Approach in the C3I Domain
Jaap Schekkerman, Cap Gemini Netherlands 


Session 4
Lessons Learned
Session Chair: Catherine Steele



Program Office Strategies for Successful Component-Based Development
John Ohlinger, National Reconnaissance Office

Software Design Polices for a Large-Scale Command and Control Software Development Project
John Reeves, TRW

Lessons Learned in the Specification/Development of Object-Oriented Space Ground System (SGS) Architectures
James Hager, Penn State/SRI International 


Session 5
Architecture Drivers
Session Chair: Phillip Schmidt



Information Technology Based Spacecraft Ground Systems (SGS): A Work in Progress
Morris Brill, TRW

Software Cost-Benefit Evaluation for Future Ground Systems
Rhoda Novak, The Aerospace Corporation

Java-Based Spacecraft Web Interface to Telemetry and Command Handling
Jim Langston, Computer Sciences Corporation


Session 6
Approaches to Integration
Session Chair: Walter Green



An Approach to Architecture-Based Software Integration
Nenad Medvidovic, USC Center for Software Engineering

Satellites as Nodes on a Network
Keith Hogie, Computer Sciences Corporation

Bridging the Product Gap Towards an Integrated Control Center
Dean C. Oswald, Software Technology, Inc.


Thursday March 4, 1999


Session 7
Technical Keynote Session
Session Chair: Carl Sunshine



Escaping the Software Tar Pit: Model Clashes and How to Avoid Them
Barry Boehm, Director, USC Center for Software Engineering

Engineering Complex Ground Station Systems
John Salasin, DARPA Program Manager, EDCS Program

Software Architectures: What Are We Building?
Rogar Dziegiel, Jr., Architecture and Model Integrated Development Lead, Air Force Research Laboratory - Information Directorate


Session 8
Emerging Technologies and Methodologies
Session Chair: Judy Kerner


Using Patterns to Integrate Architectural Views in UML
Alexander Egyed, USC Center for Software Engineering

Laying a Foundation for Software Engineering of Knowledge Bases in Spacecraft Ground Systems
Mala Mehrotra, Pragati Synergetic Research

A Feasible Approach to Implementing Greater Levels of Satellite Autonomy
Paul Zetocha, Air Force Research Laboratory/Space Vehicles Directorate

A COTS Infrastructure for Domain Specific Diagram Semantics
Robert Balzer, USC Information Sciences Institute


Overview of Breakout Sessions



COTS Products in Control Center Applications
Ron Kohl, AverStar, Inc.

Business Case and Cost Benefit Considerations
Marilee Wheaton, The Aerospace Corporation

Experiences in Architecture Based Development
Dennis Smith, Software Engineering Institute

Approaches to Achieving Common Architectures and Common Components
Phillip Schmidt, The Aerospace Corporation


Breakout Session 1
COTS Products in Control Center Applications
Session Chair: Ron Kohl
Session Co-chair: Walter Green


COCOTS Software Integration Cost Model: Insights and Status
Christopher M. Abts, USC-Center for Software Engineering

A Common System for the Life of Spacecraft
James Corrigan, L-3 Storm Control Systems, Inc.

Shrink-Wrapped Messaging: From Wall Street to Mission Control
Hans Jespersen, TIBCO Software Inc.

V&V of COTS Dormant Code: Challenges and Issues
Ron Kohl, AverStar, Inc.

Bridging the Product Gap Towards an Integrated Control Center
Dean C. Oswald, Software Technology, Inc.

Automated, Reusable Mission Control System Architecture Using Finite State Modeling and Object-Oriented Technologies
Scott E. Sage, Altair Aerospace Corporation

Containing COTS via Intelligent Software Wrappers
Jeff Voas, Reliable Software Technologies



Breakout Session 2
Business Case and Cost Benefit Considerations
Session Chair: Marilee Wheaton
Session Co-chair: Rhoda Novak



Software Reuse Economics
Barry Boehm, Director, USC Center for Software Engineering

The Impact of Faster, Better, Cheaper
Jairus Hihn, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Measurement of Requirements: A Case Study
Ronald J. Leach, Howard University

G-COTS 1.0 Ground Systems Cost Model Demonstration
Larry Sidor, The Aerospace Corporation

Assessing Business and Technical Considerations for Product Line Development
Daniel R. Vanderwarker, The Aerospace Corporation

Satellite Ground System Cost Benefit Trade-Offs of Commercial Off-The-Shelf Items Using Parametric Cost Models
Iva Voldase, TRW


Breakout Session 3
Experiences in Architecture Based Development
Session Chair: Dennis Smith



Information Technology Based Spacecraft Ground Systems (SGS)
Morris Brill, TRW

Joint National Test Facility Missile Defense Space Tools Overview
Kris Christianson, Joint National Test Facility

Lessons Learned in the Specification/Development of Object-Oriented Space Ground System (SGS) Architectures
James Hager, Penn State/SRI International

Program Office Strategies for Successful Component-Based Development
John Ohlinger, National Reconnaissance Office

Discussion Forum: Architecture -Based Development
Jaap Schekkerman, Cap Gemini Netherlands


Breakout Session 4
Approaches to Achieving Common Architectures and Common Components
Session Chair: Phillip Schmidt


Integrated Space Command and Control
Paul Denning, MITRE Corporation

Satellites as Nodes on a Network
Keith Hogie, Computer Sciences Corporation

Using Standards to Achieve Commonality
Judy Kerner, The Aerospace Corporation

Future Visions of AFSCN
Maj. Ray Pry, USAF Space and Missile Systems Center/CWI

Interface Management Issues in Component-Based Architectures
Phillip Schmidt, The Aerospace Corporation


Friday March 5, 1999


Summary Session 



Plenary Session Summary
Rami Razouk, The Aerospace Corporation

COTS Products in Control Center Applications
Ron Kohl, Averstar, Inc.

Business Case and Cost Benefit Considerations
Marilee Wheaton, The Aerospace Corporation

Experiences in Architecture Based Development
Dennis Smith, Software Engineering Institute

Approaches to Achieving Common Architectures and Common Components
Phillip Schmidt, The Aerospace Corporation 


Panel Session
Ground System Architectures: Are We Making Progress?
Session Chair: Rami Razouk


Barry Boehm, Director, USC Center for Software Engineering
Lt. Col. George A. Newberry, Deputy Program Manager, Milstar Space and Mission Control Segments
Linda Northrop, Director, Product Line Systems Program, Software Engineering Institute
Col. Randy Odle, Deputy Director, Satellite and Launch Control Systems Program Office
John Salasin, DARPA Program Manager, EDCS Program
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