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Technology Infusion Working Group

Co
-
Chairs:

Karen Moe, NASA/ESTO

Rob Raskin, NASA/JPL


Earth Science Data Systems Working Group Meeting

Philadelphia, PA

October 23
-
25, 2007

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Agenda


Mission & Scope


Activities & Accomplishments


Process & Strategies


Web Services


Semantic Web


Sensor Web


Breakout Session Agenda


Technology Showcase


Web Services and Semantic Web Demonstrations


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Tech Infusion Working Group


Mission


Enable NASA’s Earth Science community to reach its research,
application, and education goals more quickly and cost effectively
through widespread adoption of key emerging information technologies


Scope


Information technologies that...


Provide capabilities critical to the ESD mission & vision


Have been substantially developed (TRL
6
-
9
) but have not been widely
deployed


Cannot be obtained simply through reuse of mature subsystems or software


May be slow to adopt because of the unique characteristics of Earth science
(e.g., high data volumes)



Approach


Improve community understanding of the technology infusion process


Identify barriers and solutions to technology adoption


Use case studies to evaluate effectiveness of infusion processes


Identify and evaluate new and emerging technologies


Develop roadmaps for adoption of key technologies

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TIWG 2007 Activities


Maintained
4
active subgroups


Infusion Process and Strategies


Subgroup lead: Steve Olding


Web Services


Subgroup lead: Ken Keiser (UAH)



Semantic Web


Subgroup lead: Peter Fox (NCAR)



Sensor Web


Subgroup lead: Karen Moe (ESTO)



Conducted weekly telecons


1
st

Thursday: Full working group


2
nd

Thursday: Process and Strategies


3
rd

Thursday: Web Services


4
th

Tuesday

Sensor Web


4
th

Thursday: Semantic Web


Presented poster and held TIWG breakout session at summer ESIP
Federation meeting

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Capability Vision


Continue to review and maintain
the Capability Vision


Use the Capability Vision to
identify technologies to study


Align technology roadmaps to the
Vision


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Subgroup Lead:

Steve Olding, GSFC

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Process and Strategies Subgroup


Reviewed techniques for tracking new and emerging technologies


Prediction markets


Hype cycles


Social tagging


Created hype cycle for Google Earth


Created hype cycle for Earth science technologies


Social tagging with del.icio.us


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Gartner Technology Hype Cycle

Phases in the adoption of a new technology



"Technology Trigger"


The first phase of a Hype Cycle is the "technology trigger" or breakthrough, product launch or
other event that generates significant press and interest.


"Peak of Inflated Expectations"


In the next phase, a frenzy of publicity typically generates over
-
enthusiasm and unrealistic
expectations. There may be some successful applications of a technology, but there are
typically more failures.


"Trough of Disillusionment"


Technologies enter the "trough of disillusionment" because they fail to meet expectations and
quickly become unfashionable. Consequently, the press usually abandons the topic and the
technology.


Less visibility. More users.


"Slope of Enlightenment"


Although the press may have stopped covering the technology, some businesses continue
through the "slope of enlightenment" and experiment to understand the benefits and practical
application of the technology.


"Plateau of Productivity"


A technology reaches the "plateau of productivity" as the benefits of it become widely
demonstrated and accepted. The technology becomes increasingly stable and evolves in
second and third generations. The final height of the plateau varies according to whether the
technology is broadly applicable or benefits only a niche market

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Technology

trigger

Peak of

Inflated

Expectations

Trough of

Disillusionment

Slope of

Enlightenment

Plateau of

Productivity

Time

Visibility

OpenGIS
WCS

SWEET

GeoSciML

Simple Web
Services
(REST)


Sensor Web

ECHO
service
catalog

Google Earth

Advanced
Web Services
(SOAP)


Estimate years to
mainstream adoption in
Earth science

<
2
years

2
-
5 years

5
-
10
years

>
10
years

Obsolete
before
plateau

2007 Hype Cycle for Emerging Earth
Science Technologies v0.3

Semantic
Web

OpenGIS
WMS

Digital Earth

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Social Bookmarking with del.icio.us

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Users can create their own tags…

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Search using TIWG tags

Use the ‘tiwg’ AND ‘radar’ tags for new and emerging Earth science technologies

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Total number of times
that this link has been
tagged (all users, not
just tiwg)

Use the search to see what others have been tagging…

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Start Tagging


Go to http://del.icio.us/


Register a new account


Install the browser buttons


Use the ‘tiwg’ AND ‘radar’ tags
to identify new and emerging
technologies of interest to the
Earth science community

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Technology Infusion

Web Services Sub
-
Group

Subgroup Lead:

Ken Keiser

Information Technology and Systems Center

University of Alabama in Huntsville

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Web Services Subgroup


Developed white paper on SOA security


Reviewed the ECHO services registration process from an end user
perspective


Updated the Web Services Roadmap

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Service Oriented Architecture Security

Security White Paper


I. Introduction


II. General Application Security Issues


Authentication


Authorization


Data Integrity


Non
-
repudiation and Auditing


Data Confidentiality and Privacy


III. SOA Application Security


IV. Network Security And SOA


General Network Security
Concerns


Security Attacks around SOA


Security Defense


V. Security Compliance

Source: http://enterprisearchitecture.nih.gov/

Principal authors:

Steve Olding, GSFC

Jerry Pan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

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Evaluate Service Registry Approaches


Presentations from


ECHO (Andy Mitchell and
Michael Burnett)



GCMD (Lola Olsen)



Earth Science Gateway
(Nadine Alameh)



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Review of NASA ECHO Web Service
Registration Process White Paper


Pragmatic review of the web
services registration process
from the end user perspective


Document the registration
process


Provide guidance to
prospective users of ECHO


Provide feedback to ECHO
operations

Principal authors:

Yuqi Bai and Liping Di, George Mason University

Ken Keiser, University of Alabama in Huntsville

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ECHO Web Service Registration

Lessons Learned & Recommendations

Based on this exercise, our understanding is:

1.
ECHO
8
supports Web Service Providers to register the Web
Service Interface and the Web Service Implementation objects.

2.
Web Service Providers need to have two types of accounts in
ECHO: one Service Provider account and at least one user
account. The user account(s) must be associated with the
Service Provider account.

3.
Two distinct WSDL files are needed: the Web Service Interface
WSDL and the Web Service Implementation WSDL. They should
be accessible on the web.

4.
Web Service Interfaces will be activated by ECHO Ops. A new
hosting URL will be provided by the ECHO system. We need
then to update Web Service Implementation WSDL file
accordingly to reference this new Web Service Interface URL.

5.
The Web Service Interfaces and the Web Service
Implementations will not be publicly discoverable and accessible
until they are activated by ECHO Ops.

Suggestions for Web Service Providers:

1.
First register the Web Service Interface then the Web Service
Implementation.

2.
Run discovery function to guarantee that the registered Web
Service Object is available before taking the next step.

3.
Use ECHO Extended Services Tool to fulfill Web Service Object
registration.

4.
Send emails directly to ECHO Ops at
echo@killians.gsfc.nasa.gov

for

any problems you may
encounter when registering Web Service Objects.

Suggestions for ECHO Operations Group:

1.
The ECHO Extended Services Tool only provides
Register/update/delete functionalities for Web Service Providers.
It would be better to support discovery functions.

2.
Remove unnecessary functions from the ECHO Extended
Services tool, or make them invisible to Web Service Providers.

3.
Our experiment is time
-
consuming. We encountered some
exceptions or problems in almost every step. A user guide for
Web Service Providers is highly needed. It not only shows one
step after another how they can fulfill all the tasks, but includes
some QoA sections for quick problem resolving.

4.
A guide for Web Service Users is also needed.

5.
ECHO Ops personnel are very helpful. It would be better if they
could be more responsive. Currently, users are supposed to
report any issue to an open email list. But some times,
"everybody is responsible" can come to mean "nobody is
responsible".

6.
The web site needs to correctly describe the “Extended Services
Tool” as application based.

7.
The Extended Services Tool provided on a specific ECHO
version’s web site needs to be modified to be in synch with that
version in terms of defaults and capabilities.

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Outcome

Web Services Roadmap 2005

Technology



Geospatial services
established



Open geospatial
services proliferate



Production quality
geospatial services



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Parameter
-
based
product searches and
access

Interoperable
Information
Infrastructure

Assisted
Discovery &
Mediation



Metadata
-
driven
data fusion
(semantic service
chaining)



Automatic
service
mediation



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Information
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Full geospatial
logical searches and
access



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Current

Near Term

Mid Term

Long Term

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Outcome

Web Services Roadmap 2007 Update

Technology



Geospatial services
established



Open geospatial
services proliferate



Production quality
geospatial services



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⡡(慬y獩猠慳a獥svi捥c



Parameter
-
based
product searches and
access

Interoperable
Information
Infrastructure

Assisted
Discovery &
Mediation



Metadata
-
driven
data fusion
(semantic service
chaining)



Automatic
service
mediation



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Improved
Information
Sharing



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pro瑯捯l猠敳瑡eli獨ed
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Intelligent
Services



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-
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Full geospatial
logical searches and
access



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Data

Messaging

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Automated

Data Utilization



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Metadata
-
driven
data fusion
(semantic service
chaining)



Open geospatial
services proliferate



Widespread

production quality
geospatial services

Current

Near Term

Mid Term

Long Term

Current

Near Term
0
-

2
yrs

Mid Term
2
-

5
yrs

Long Term 5+ yrs

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Subgroup Lead:

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Semantic Web Subgroup


Developed Semantic Web Roadmap


Aligned to Capability Vision


Aligned to the Web Services Roadmap


Created hype cycle for semantic web technologies


Presented tutorials on semantic web at ESDS WG, ESIP Fed winter
and summer meetings, demonstrations, etc.


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Improved
Information
Sharing



Geospatial
semantic services
established

Assisted
Discovery &
Mediation



Local
processing + data
exchange



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Revolutionizing
how science is
done



Autonomous
inference of
science results



Scientific
semantic assisted
services



Acceleration of
Knowledge
Production



Increased
Collaboration &
Interdisciplinary Science



Geospatial semantic
services proliferate



Metadata
-
driven
data fusion
(semantic service
chaining), trust



Semantic agent
-
based integration


Interoperable
geospatial services

(analysis as
service), results
explanation service



Semantic agent
-
based searches



Basic data
tailoring services
(data as service),
verification/
validation



Semantic
geospatial search &
inference, access



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SWEET core 2.0
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community



SWEET 3.0 with
semantic callable
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programming languages



Reasoners
able to utilize
SWEET
4.0



RDF, OWL,
OWL
-
S



Geospatial
reasoning, OWL
-
Time



Numerical
reasoning



Scientific
reasoning

Technology

Interoperable
Information
Infrastructure

Vocabulary

Languages/
Reasoning

Output

Outcome

Results

Capability

Near Term (
0
-
2
yrs)


Current


Mid Term (2
-
5 yrs)


Long Term (
5
+ yrs)

Semantic Web Roadmap

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Near Term (0
-
2 yrs)


Current


Mid Term (2
-
5 yrs)


Long Term (5+ yrs)

Interoperable
Information
services

Assisted
Discovery &
Mediation



Local processing +
data exchange



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Interoperable geospatial
services

(analysis as service),
results explanation service



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Capability



Key data access
services are
semantically mediated



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the visual properties of
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types...



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jargon vocabulary for
non
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to describe tag key
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passed to analysis
applications

Interactive
Data
Analysis

Seamless
Data
Access

Assisted
Knowledge
Building

Verifiable
Information
Quality

Responsive
Information
Delivery



Some metadata
and limited
provenance
available



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in ontologies, crossing
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ontologies in user
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hardwired and service
agreements established



Services annotated
with resource
descriptions



Dynamic service
discovery and mediation,
and data scheduling



Semantic markup of
data latency (time lags)
which adapt dynamically

Semantic Web Roadmap

(expanded capability)

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Hype Cycle for Semantic Web

Technology

trigger

Peak of

Inflated

Expectations

Trough of

Disillusionment

Slope of

Enlightenment

Plateau of

Productivity

Time

Visibility

Natural
Language
Ontologie
s

SKOS,
FOAF

Smart
search, e.g.
NOESIS

Tagging /
annotation

OWL 1.1

Reasoners, e.g.
Pellet, Racer,
DIG

Managing,
modular
ontologies
(ES and
general)

Upper level
ontologies,
e.g ABC

Concept
map, Cmap

Protégé

XML

OWL

Mid
-
level ES
ontologies,
e.g SWEET

Mid
-
level ES
ontologies,
e.g GEON

Semantic Wiki

RDF

Ontology, e.g.
SWOOP

Semantic Web
Services

Query Lang,
SPARQL

Rules/Logic,
SWRL

Validators

2007
Hype Cycle for Emerging Semantic Web Technologies v
0.2

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Technology Infusion

Sensor Web Sub
-
Group

Subgroup Lead:

Karen Moe

ESTO


Sensor Web Concept View (
2007
)

Image from the NASA report
ESTO AIST Sensor Web Technology Meeting
Feb 2007

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Sensor Web Subgroup Objectives


Provide a technology infusion forum for the ESTO
Advanced Information Systems Technology (AIST)
principal investigators


35 projects of varying duration (1, 2 and 3 years)


Projects initiated Aug 06
-

Jan 07


Participation is voluntary


Subgroup started March 2007


Telecon each 4th Tuesday at 2:00 pm eastern


Dial in: 800
-
988
-
9494 Passcode: 85139


AIST Sensor Web
sensorweb@lists.sciencedatasystems.org


SensorWeb collaboration site:
http://teambps.mywsssite.com/seeds/wg/infusion/sensorweb/default.a
spx

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Sensor Web Subgroup Activities


Developed material for sensor web tutorial


Presented at the ESIP Fed summer meeting July
07


Limited assessment of use cases


Jointly addressing sensor web metrics with Metrics WG


Telecons and meetings held (e.g. session at the NASA Science
Technology Conference
2007
) to explore the evolving definition
of sensor web concepts and implications for defining success
metrics


Overlapping themes
-

Web Services and Semantics


Plans to develop use cases


Ecology/ land use


Weather


Disaster Response


And develop a sensor web wiki

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Sensor Web Metrics


Two perspectives on metrics:

1.
Measure to what degree a system approaches/meets the sensor web
definition (or ideal)

2.
Measure utility of the sensor web system (performance, productivity,
usability)


Current ideas


Explore the usefulness of developing a “sensor web readiness level”
assessment mechanism, ala TRL (technology readiness level)


Decompose sensor web concepts/components into identifiable, and
perhaps measurable, sensor web levels


Seek measures of the utility factor, for example



Performance (e.g. response time)


Productivity (e.g. outcome metrics like publications, new capability,
cost improvement, on
-
demand data acquisition, new products/
products on demand, new users, impact of standards use)


Usability (time spent on task, accessibility)


Joint session with Metrics on Thursday morning

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Sensor Webs and WGISS


Committee on Earth Observing Satellites (CEOS)
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Working Group on Information Systems and Services
(WGISS)


CEOS committed support to the international Group on
Earth Observations (GEO) to demonstrate the role of
remote sensing satellites to global observation systems


CEOS pursuing Virtual Constellations and WGISS
embraced the GEO sensor web task


Task team exploring potential joint demonstrations


Show power of the sensor web approach for selected scenarios


Use available assets from members
-

decision support systems,
in situ sensor networks, mobile sensors, flight instruments and
data, analysis and prediction systems


Assess interoperability protocols


Register services

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Technology Infusion Breakout Sessions

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ESDS Tech Infusion Working Group

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TIWG Breakout Agenda


Tuesday, Oct
23
,
2007


TIWG breakout
1
,
1
:
30


3
:
30


Selection of new community co
-
chair


Discussion
-

future technology focus and new key technology areas for
evaluation


TIWG breakout
2
,
4
:
00
-

5
:
00


Web services registries


Use Cases


Wednesday, Oct
24
,
2007


AM
-

Joint working groups session. TIWG topics; sensor webs and emerging
technology tracking (hype cycle & del.icio.us)


Thursday, Oct
25
,
2007


8
:
30


9
:
30
Joint meeting with metrics working group on metrics for
sensor web and web services


10
:
00


10
:
30
Joint meeting with reuse working group on reuse
readiness levels (similar to TRLs)


TIWG Breakout
3 10
:
30
-

12
:
00


Review of subgroups, goals and objectives for
2008


How to better work with the larger community
-

relationships with other
groups e.g. GEOSS