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OOI CyberInfrastructure Workshop: Ocean Observation Programs. Preparation Phone Meeting May 5, 2008 Alan Chave, Michael Meisinger OOI CI System Engineering Team WHOI, UCSD/Calit2. Topics. Welcome Program & Workshop Goals Workshop Organization Preliminary Agenda Preparation Materials

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ooi cyberinfrastructure workshop ocean observation programs

OOI CyberInfrastructure Workshop:Ocean Observation Programs

Preparation Phone MeetingMay 5, 2008

Alan Chave, Michael Meisinger

OOI CI System Engineering Team


  • Welcome
  • Program & Workshop Goals
  • Workshop Organization
    • Preliminary Agenda
  • Preparation Materials
  • Questionnaire Overview
  • Clarification of Terms
  • Expectations
  • Feedback
goal of the ooi ci implementing organization
Goal of the OOI CI Implementing Organization
  • To build
    • The next generation community cyber-infrastructure for an integrated ocean observatory system
    • Funded by NSF’s MREFC program
    • Serving scientists, educators and the general public
    • Integrating the resources of 3 co-funded marine observatories under construction: coastal/global, and cabled regional
    • Providing cyber-infrastructure support for sensor access, instrument data acquisition, processing and distribution, data analysis and visualization, mission planning and control
    • Guaranteeing security, data integrity and quality of service
    • With operational scope of 30 years
    • Designed and constructed in a time frame from 6/2007 to 2014
goals of the workshop
Goals of the workshop
  • The Ocean Observing Programs Requirements Workshop will
    • Focus on the needs of the instrument provider and science user communities for planning, simulating, and executing observational missions.
    • Target requirements elicitation from domain scientists and engineers
    • Discuss the following topics: 
      • Longitudinal programs
        • repeated observations of the same processes over long periods of time
        • automate tasks such as instrument configuration or calibration, instrument processes, data acquisition, metadata acquisition, or interactions with marine facilities
      • Objective-driven observational programs
        • design, assemble, and operate configurations of fixed and mobile resources from across the OOI into unique systems for planning, testing and prosecuting observation requests,
        • leveraging the nested and autonomous capabilities of the fully integrated network of sensing, modeling, and control resources
        • behavior-based autonomous mission planning and execution
        • event-driven observational programs
not in scope of this workshop
NOT in scope of this Workshop
  • Not goals
    • elaborating or refining the actual design of the OOI CI
      • Will be topic of separate meetings, to be planned
  • Topics, not covered by this workshop
    • instrument interfaces, instrument direct access or instrument life cycle management
      • Data Product Generation Workshop, May 2008
    • assimilation-driven programs, observing system experiments, observing system simulation experiments and the virtual ocean simulator
      • Numerical Modeling Workshops, July 2007, Jan 2008
  • Location
    • WHOI, Woods Hole, MA
    • Fenno House Conference Room 410 on the WHOI Quissett Campus, Tue @ 9:30am
  • Participants
    • from outside and within the OOI
  • Travel arrangements
  • See Website
    • http://www.ooici.ucsd.edu/spaces/display/WS/RWS-OOP
workshop agenda
Workshop Agenda
  • Time Frame
    • From Tuesday, 5/13 at 9:30am EDT
    • To Wednesday, 5/14 at 5pm EDT
  • Topics
    • OOI program and CI overview
    • Science background and representative projects of participants
    • Existing science requirements validation
    • Topic analysis and use case sessions
      • as-is
      • envisioned scenarios
    • Extended questionnaire walk-through
    • Domain modeling session
    • Community involvement and Feedback
participant questionnaire
Participant Questionnaire
  • General
    • Goals are stated at the beginning of the questionnaire
    • An example filled out questionnaire will be provided for reference
    • Please fill out details as relevant
  • Topics
    • Current Situation and Transformative Vision
    • Instruments and Instrument Platforms
    • Mission Tasking
    • (User and Application) Interfaces
    • Security, Privacy, Policy
    • Operation and Maintenance
    • Education and Outreach
    • Feedback, Additional Materials, Misc
domain modeling
Domain Modeling
  • Purpose
    • Depict core concepts of a domain with their dependencies
    • Increase language tangibility, create a common language
  • Notation
reading materials
Reading Materials
  • Requirements Workshop Reports
    • First Numerical Modeling
    • Second Numerical Modeling
      • In particular the requirements
  • Additional materials
    • see Website
    • OOI Overview
    • Concepts of Operations
  • Clarification of Terms
  • Expectations for the workshop from the participants
  • Organizational Questions
  • For further information, please ask Alan Chave

Thanks a lot for your important contributions

and your time and efforts!