[Moims-dai] Draft proposals: Future work and CMC pitch
D or C Sawyer
Sawyer at acm.org
Fri Jul 8 20:33:43 UTC 2016
Since it is unlikely I’ll make the next Telecon (heading to Canada), I thought I’d offer a perspective or two on the slide showing a possible abstract data layer. Unlike with various targeted communication protocols dealing with spacecraft, the scope of the existing data services is much more diverse in my opinion. That said, it would be an interesting challenge to explore. My approach would be to divide up the ‘data space’ much as shown in your diagram, and then have one or two people develop a starting set of services for each space. Then do an investigation of the actual services in whatever scope of applicability (all communities, only certain disciplines, etc.) was set for the abstract layer in order to not miss any that are important.
Do we know if anyone has tried generating a broadly applicable abstraction for general data?
On Jul 8, 2016, at 12:11 PM, Mike Kearney <kearneysolutions at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sorry if this seems totally out-of-the-blue, but we’ve talked around these topics, and I decided to try to put my thoughts on paper (or PPT anyhow).
> This starts with a DAI discussion about future work in protocols/APIs, Architecture, and then branches off to a presentation for the CCSDS CMC on that topic and a few other topics. I figured the best way to describe where I suggest we go is to put it in words advocating it to management.
> This in no way tries to derail the current work. If you look at the proposed (very drafty) schedule, this new work kicks in after the current project and the OAIS revision is over. I think.
> So, I’d like to discuss this at an upcoming DAI telecon. There’s no rush on this, so if there are other topics for next Tuesday, it can be later.
> -=- Mike
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