[Sea-sa] Updated SEA SAWG Integration Approach
Shames, Peter M (312B)
peter.m.shames at jpl.nasa.gov
Thu May 25 16:07:23 UTC 2017
Welcome back!! Hope you had a great trip which I would love to hear about sometime.
If you look in the Spring 2017 folder you should find the updates to the MOIMS materials you prepared. We had the time during the meeting to go through these, and Ray's SOIS stuff, with a fine toothed comb. I hope the notes and updated make sense to you.
We should schedule a telecon for next week, like Thursday if that works for everyone. I'm in a rush, have to catch a plane to Florida to attend the funeral of my wife's mother. Will try and check in tonight or possibly over the weekend.
Bet regards, Peter
From: Roger Thompson <roger.rocketbrain at btinternet.com>
Date: Thursday, May 25, 2017 at 7:12 AM
To: Peter Shames <peter.m.shames at jpl.nasa.gov>, SEA-SA <sea-sa at mailman.ccsds.org>
Subject: RE: [Sea-sa] Updated SEA SAWG Integration Approach
Dear Peter and all,
I have at last returned from my jaunt to Korea and Japan. I’ve looked through the set of slides you prepared. Obviously, I was not at the meeting so may have misinterpreted some things, but I have inserted a number of comments into the slides as Powerpoint Comments (see attached). Nothing major – but may help me to resolve how to handle any proposed changes if we can go through these at our next telecon.
Hope all went well in San Antonio.
From: SEA-SA [mailto:sea-sa-bounces at mailman.ccsds.org] On Behalf Of Shames, Peter M (312B)
Sent: 17 May 2017 16:07
Subject: [Sea-sa] Updated SEA SAWG Integration Approach
Dear SEA-SA colleagues,
Please find attached an updated version of my summary of the materials we developed last week. These were selected from what we all reviewed during the working meetings, and they were the materials we used during the SOIS and MOIMS working sessions.
During those sessions, and in the CESG meeting this week, there were some requests for additional information, most specifically a Glossary of terms. Some of the terms which we have been using, and become comfortable with, are foreign to others, so this is intended to rectify that.
This updated set of materials also adds a couple of pages of introductory materials, to remind the readers of what we are doing and how it fits together (pgs 3-6). Other materials, notably pgs 37-58, contain the requested Terminology / Glossary. These materials were drawn directly from RASDS and from the SCCS-ARD, which we have said we are using as a basis. If you have not yet reviewed those documents these pages will provide a set of definitions that should, by now, be fairly familiar to you. It is, I must admit, a pretty extensive set of terms, but it does not include all of the terms defined in those two documents, just the ones that are relevant for us. If there are new, additional terms that either we have been using, or that fill in holes from a MOIMS or SOIS perspective, please suggest them now. I did not dig into those doc sets.
Please take a look and provide feedback by the end of this week (19 May), if at all possible. I want to send this out to the MOIMS, SOIS, and CESG, but would like your concurrence before sending it out.
Best regards, Peter
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