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  1. Track 4 Coordinator’s Report Nick Brook and Ruth Pordes May 24th

  2. Track 5 Programme • Themes - Distributed Computing • Security and VO management • Experiment Grid Systems • Analysis Experience and Systems • Computing Models • Infrastructure: Monitoring, Information Services, • Data Management, Databases and Storage

  3. 1a Security and VO 1b General Grid Infrastructures/Systems 2a Monitoring 2b Experiment Grid Systems 3a Data Management, Storage, Databases 3b Workload & Workflows 4a Data Management, Storage, Databases 4b Deployment and Operations 5 Production Experience 6 Analysis Systems and Experience

  4. Oral Abstracts Per Session • 1a : 224 (from track 5) ,191,194,249,363,439 • 1b: 171,184/71,287/430,300/308,228,443 • 2a: 480, 202/344,274/396,393/89*,417,451 • 2b: 210,231,232/364,309,436/440, 43 • 3a & 4a: 107,142/189,162,278,253/294,334,181/345,343,460,392,453/454,338 • 3b: 318, 321,337,69,86,365/377 • 4b: 158,206,186/389,192,307,455 • 5: 339,145/146/165/178/193,285/470/97,38/441/362,403,428 • 6: 113/366*,115/357, 136,319,401,429 • 84 papers with merging into 60 oral slots.

  5. Transfers - Track 4 <-> Track 1 • 217, 219 , 258 accepted by Track 1.

  6. Transfers Track 4 <-> Track 2 • Track 2 requested Track 4 take 362, 410, 430, 438 • our response: • 362 - merged with 38/441 in session 5 track 4 • 410 to Track 5 or Track 2 as a poster • 430 - merged with 287 in session 1b track 4 • 438 - poster in track 4 • Track 4 requests transfer to Track 2 • 65, 99 - recommend poster • 198, 299, 310, 351

  7. Transfers Track 4<-> Track 3 • Track 3 requested Track 4 take: 128, 156, 226, 276, 327, 383, 385, 471, 480 • We agree with all but 226 which we think should stay in track 3 • 128, 156, 276, 327,383,471 will be posters (we think 471 should be a poster in track 5 though) • 385 is in session 3b • 480 is in session 2a • Track 4 requests that Track 3 takes: • 447 - conditions databases

  8. Transfers Track 4<-> Track 5 • Track 5 requested 33, 122, 146, 156, 287, 321,343,458,463 to Track 4 • we accept all these except 458 • 33, 122,146,156, 463 - as posters • 287 is an oral in session 1 b • 321 is an oral in session 3b • 343 is an oral in session 3a/4a • Track 4 asks Track 5 to take 464, 476,

  9. Track 4 Abstracts

  10. Observations • We initially had 179 abstracts. This did not quite mesh with John’s numbers? • Given 84 papers in orals, 4 plenary and the track moves this is 90-100 posters. Do we need to specify them or will they fall out from the list? • We would ask for help to make the merges.