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Empirical Knowledge Transfer and Collaboration with SRS. Tom Bracewell QuickSilver Project Raytheon. Targeting QuickSilver to Defense Needs. Raytheon’s key contributions to SRS Define military scenarios and critical performance metrics applicable to using QuickSilver in defense systems.

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    1. Empirical Knowledge Transfer and Collaboration with SRS Tom Bracewell QuickSilver Project Raytheon

    2. Targeting QuickSilver to Defense Needs Raytheon’s key contributions to SRS • Define military scenarios and critical performance metrics applicable to using QuickSilver in defense systems. • Pursue Technology Transition to Navy Open Architecture, DD(X) and other defense programs. • Look at Georgia Tech’s SRS Architecture Study from a military context.

    3. Ricochet Scenario Generator • Our scenario generator will let us evaluate Ricochet for a wide range of systems.

    4. 0 1 2 3 km Event throughput with and without multi-query optimization (MQO) Detonation Site 0 1 2 3 km 0 1 2 3 km Detonation Detonation Site Site Cayuga Scenario for Net-Centric Warfare Imagine a PDA that gives soldiers situation awareness. 1000 – 5000 troops. Each troop emits 1 event/minute to report location. An insurgent event is created every hour. There are 10 troop areas, Iraqis are in one area. Troops and insurgents are uniformly distributed. Many possible queries - for example: “Notify all soldiers who are less than 5km downwind of a chemical attack.” Concept was reviewed by Rear Adm. Tom Bush (ret.) and Brig. Gen. Bill Engel (ret.).

    5. Navy Open Architecture DD(X) destroyer Technology Transition • Navy Open Architecture • Service-Oriented Architecture for next-generation warships • Time-critical services • 300-400 nodes, fault tolerant • DD(X) is first next-generation warship • Raytheon is developing the DD(X) Total Ship Computing Environment • DD(X) to evaluate Ricochet • Need a scalable, reliable, low latency multicast • The best COTS product is an order of magnitude too slow Will continue to pursue technology transition as more systems enter development phase