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InterOpMay2004 Applications



Afternoon Session, Tuesday May 25, 2004

Overview

This will be the first meeting for the Applications Interest Group. The role of this group is to make sure that members of the VO community are aware of the applications that all of us are developing and to ensure that we can pass on the lessons we have each learned in writing VO tools.

This session will consist of three parts. The first few minutes will be spent introducing the members to each other and reviewing the proposed charter for the group and how we anticipate using the Twiki and E-mail facilities. This is basically a brief business meeting for the interest group.

The second part of the meeting is intended to allow developers to briefly describe and demonstrate the VO tools that are now available. The presentations should include the capabilities provided to the users, how VO techologies, protocols, etc are used (or not used!) within the tool, and if the tools might be useful as a component in some larger VO application. In addition to stand-alone tools, presenters may wish to talk about libraries for implementing VO capabilities. In particular, a comparison of the capabilities and reach of the various VOTable libraries is included.

The remainder of the afternoon is a discussion of what we have learned in building these tools and libraries. Are the existing VO formats/protocols useful? How can they be improved? Are there elements in a VO infrastructure that would help in building and delivering applications? A roadmap for this discussion is suggested in the agenda, but participants should feel free to bring up the topics they deem most important. The sense of this discussion will be reported back to the meeting as a whole in the plenary session.

Agenda

  • Introductions
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group (15 minutes)
    • What is this group for?
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
  • Current Tools and Libraries
  • Lessons learned
    • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
      • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
      • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
    • How can we share software?
    • Are there other libraries that should be distributed?
    • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
      • Standardized documentation
      • Configuration management
      • Testing
    • Portability of applications
    • What underlying technologies do we need to standardize on? (SOAP/CGI, Java, ...)


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Overview

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This session will consist of three parts. The first few minutes will be spent introducing the members to each other and reviewing the proposed charter for the group and how we anticipate using the Twiki and E-mail facilities. This is basically a brief business meeting for the interest group.

The second part of the meeting is intended to allow developers to briefly describe and demonstrate the VO tools that are now available. The presentations should include the capabilities provided to the users, how VO techologies, protocols, etc are used (or not used!) within the tool, and if the tools might be useful as a component in some larger VO application. In addition to stand-alone tools, presenters may wish to talk about libraries for implementing VO capabilities. In particular, a comparison of the capabilities and reach of the various VOTable libraries is included.

The remainder of the afternoon is a discussion of what we have learned in building these tools and libraries. Are the existing VO formats/protocols useful? How can they be improved? Are there elements in a VO infrastructure that would help in building and delivering applications? A roadmap for this discussion is suggested in the agenda, but participants should feel free to bring up the topics they deem most important. The sense of this discussion will be reported back to the meeting as a whole in the plenary session.

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  • Introductions
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group (15 minutes)
    • What is this group for?
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
  • Current Tools and Libraries
  • Lessons learned
    • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
      • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
      • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
    • How can we share software?
    • Are there other libraries that should be distributed?
    • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
      • Standardized documentation
      • Configuration management
      • Testing
    • Portability of applications
    • What underlying technologies do we need to standardize on? (SOAP/CGI, Java, ...)
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InterOpMay2004 Applications



Afternoon Session, Tuesday May 25, 2004

Overview

This will be the first meeting for the Applications Interest Group. The role of this group is to make sure that members of the VO community are aware of the applications that all of us are developing and to ensure that we can pass on the lessons we have each learned in writing VO tools.

This session will consist of three parts. The first few minutes will be spent introducing the members to each other and reviewing the proposed charter for the group and how we anticipate using the Twiki and E-mail facilities. This is basically a brief business meeting for the interest group.

The second part of the meeting is intended to allow developers to briefly describe and demonstrate the VO tools that are now available. The presentations should include the capabilities provided to the users, how VO techologies, protocols, etc are used (or not used!) within the tool, and if the tools might be useful as a component in some larger VO application. In addition to stand-alone tools, presenters may wish to talk about libraries for implementing VO capabilities. In particular, a comparison of the capabilities and reach of the various VOTable libraries is included.

The remainder of the afternoon is a discussion of what we have learned in building these tools and libraries. Are the existing VO formats/protocols useful? How can they be improved? Are there elements in a VO infrastructure that would help in building and delivering applications? A roadmap for this discussion is suggested in the agenda, but participants should feel free to bring up the topics they deem most important. The sense of this discussion will be reported back to the meeting as a whole in the plenary session.

Agenda

  • Introductions
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group (15 minutes)
    • What is this group for?
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
  • Current Tools and Libraries
    • Existing VO applications (10 minutes each)
      • AVO Prototype: Mark Allen
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    • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
      • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
      • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
    • How can we share software?
    • Are there other libraries that should be distributed?
    • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
      • Standardized documentation
      • Configuration management
      • Testing
    • Portability of applications
    • What underlying technologies do we need to standardize on? (SOAP/CGI, Java, ...)

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InterOpMay2004 Applications



Afternoon Session, Tuesday May 25, 2004

Overview

This will be the first meeting for the Applications Interest Group. The role of this group is to make sure that members of the VO community are aware of the applications that all of us are developing and to ensure that we can pass on the lessons we have each learned in writing VO tools.

This session will consist of three parts. The first few minutes will be spent introducing the members to each other and reviewing the proposed charter for the group and how we anticipate using the Twiki and E-mail facilities. This is basically a brief business meeting for the interest group.

The second part of the meeting is intended to allow developers to briefly describe and demonstrate the VO tools that are now available. The presentations should include the capabilities provided to the users, how VO techologies, protocols, etc are used (or not used!) within the tool, and if the tools might be useful as a component in some larger VO application. In addition to stand-alone tools, presenters may wish to talk about libraries for implementing VO capabilities. In particular, a comparison of the capabilities and reach of the various VOTable libraries is included.

The remainder of the afternoon is a discussion of what we have learned in building these tools and libraries. Are the existing VO formats/protocols useful? How can they be improved? Are there elements in a VO infrastructure that would help in building and delivering applications? A roadmap for this discussion is suggested in the agenda, but participants should feel free to bring up the topics they deem most important. The sense of this discussion will be reported back to the meeting as a whole in the plenary session.

Agenda

  • Introductions
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group (15 minutes)
    • What is this group for?
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
  • Current Tools and Libraries
    • Existing VO applications (10 minutes each)
    • Existing VO Libraries
      • Comparisons/contrasts of VOTables parsers/formatters (STIL, McGlynn, Kale, etc)
  • Lessons learned
    • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
      • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
      • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
    • How can we share software?
    • Are there other libraries that should be distributed?
    • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
      • Standardized documentation
      • Configuration management
      • Testing
    • Portability of applications
    • What underlying technologies do we need to standardize on? (SOAP/CGI, Java, ...)

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InterOpMay2004 Applications



Afternoon Session, Tuesday May 25, 2004

Overview

This will be the first meeting for the Applications Interest Group. The role of this group is to make sure that members of the VO community are aware of the applications that all of us are developing and to ensure that we can pass on the lessons we have each learned in writing VO tools.

This session will consist of three parts. The first few minutes will be spent introducing the members to each other and reviewing the proposed charter for the group and how we anticipate using the Twiki and E-mail facilities. This is basically a brief business meeting for the interest group.

The second part of the meeting is intended to allow developers to briefly describe and demonstrate the VO tools that are now available. The presentations should include the capabilities provided to the users, how VO techologies, protocols, etc are used (or not used!) within the tool, and if the tools might be useful as a component in some larger VO application. In addition to stand-alone tools, presenters may wish to talk about libraries for implementing VO capabilities. In particular, a comparison of the capabilities and reach of the various VOTable libraries is included.

The remainder of the afternoon is a discussion of what we have learned in building these tools and libraries. Are the existing VO formats/protocols useful? How can they be improved? Are there elements in a VO infrastructure that would help in building and delivering applications? A roadmap for this discussion is suggested in the agenda, but participants should feel free to bring up the topics they deem most important. The sense of this discussion will be reported back to the meeting as a whole in the plenary session.

Agenda

  • Introductions
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group (15 minutes)
    • What is this group for?
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
  • Current Tools and Libraries
    • Existing VO applications (10 minutes each)
    • Existing VO Libraries
      • Comparisons/contrasts of VOTables parsers/formatters (STIL, McGlynn, Kale, etc)
  • Lessons learned
    • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
      • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
      • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
    • How can we share software?
    • Are there other libraries that should be distributed?
    • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
      • Standardized documentation
      • Configuration management
      • Testing
    • Portability of applications
    • What underlying technologies do we need to standardize on? (SOAP/CGI, Java, ...)


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InterOpMay2004 Applications



Afternoon Session, Tuesday May 25, 2004

Overview

This will be the first meeting for the Applications Interest Group. The role of this group is to make sure that members of the VO community are aware of the applications that all of us are developing and to ensure that we can pass on the lessons we have each learned in writing VO tools.

This session will consist of three parts. The first few minutes will be spent introducing the members to each other and reviewing the proposed charter for the group and how we anticipate using the Twiki and E-mail facilities. This is basically a brief business meeting for the interest group.

The second part of the meeting is intended to allow developers to briefly describe and demonstrate the VO tools that are now available. The presentations should include the capabilities provided to the users, how VO techologies, protocols, etc are used (or not used!) within the tool, and if the tools might be useful as a component in some larger VO application. In addition to stand-alone tools, presenters may wish to talk about libraries for implementing VO capabilities. In particular, a comparison of the capabilities and reach of the various VOTable libraries is included.

The remainder of the afternoon is a discussion of what we have learned in building these tools and libraries. Are the existing VO formats/protocols useful? How can they be improved? Are there elements in a VO infrastructure that would help in building and delivering applications? A roadmap for this discussion is suggested in the agenda, but participants should feel free to bring up the topics they deem most important. The sense of this discussion will be reported back to the meeting as a whole in the plenary session.

Agenda

  • Introductions
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group (15 minutes)
    • What is this group for?
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
  • Current Tools and Libraries
    • Existing VO applications (10 minutes each)
    • Existing VO Libraries
      • Comparisons/contrasts of VOTables parsers/formatters (STIL, McGlynn, Kale, etc)
  • Lessons learned
    • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
      • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
      • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
    • How can we share software?
    • Are there other libraries that should be distributed?
    • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
      • Standardized documentation
      • Configuration management
      • Testing
    • Portability of applications
    • What underlying technologies do we need to standardize on? (SOAP/CGI, Java, ...)
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InterOpMay2004 Applications



Afternoon Session, Tuesday May 25, 2004

Overview

This will be the first meeting for the Applications Interest Group. The role of this group is to make sure that members of the VO community are aware of the applications that all of us are developing and to ensure that we can pass on the lessons we have each learned in writing VO tools.

This session will consist of three parts. The first few minutes will be spent introducing the members to each other and reviewing the proposed charter for the group and how we anticipate using the Twiki and E-mail facilities. This is basically a brief business meeting for the interest group.

The second part of the meeting is intended to allow developers to briefly describe and demonstrate the VO tools that are now available. The presentations should include the capabilities provided to the users, how VO techologies, protocols, etc are used (or not used!) within the tool, and if the tools might be useful as a component in some larger VO application. In addition to stand-alone tools, presenters may wish to talk about libraries for implementing VO capabilities. In particular, a comparison of the capabilities and reach of the various VOTable libraries is included.

The remainder of the afternoon is a discussion of what we have learned in building these tools and libraries. Are the existing VO formats/protocols useful? How can they be improved? Are there elements in a VO infrastructure that would help in building and delivering applications? A roadmap for this discussion is suggested in the agenda, but participants should feel free to bring up the topics they deem most important. The sense of this discussion will be reported back to the meeting as a whole in the plenary session.

Agenda

  • Introductions
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group (15 minutes)
    • What is this group for?
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
  • Current Tools and Libraries
    • Existing VO applications (10 minutes each)
      • AVO Prototype: Mark Allen
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      • Comparisons/contrasts of VOTables parsers/formatters (STIL, McGlynn, Kale, etc)
  • Lessons learned
    • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
      • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
      • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
    • How can we share software?
    • Are there other libraries that should be distributed?
    • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
      • Standardized documentation
      • Configuration management
      • Testing
    • Portability of applications
    • What underlying technologies do we need to standardize on? (SOAP/CGI, Java, ...)

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InterOpMay2004 Applications



Afternoon Session, Tuesday May 25, 2004

Overview

This will be the first meeting for the Applications Interest Group. The role of this group is to make sure that members of the VO community are aware of the applications that all of us are developing and to ensure that we can pass on the lessons we have each learned in writing VO tools.

This session will consist of three parts. The first few minutes will be spent introducing the members to each other and reviewing the proposed charter for the group and how we anticipate using the Twiki and E-mail facilities. This is basically a brief business meeting for the interest group.

The second part of the meeting is intended to allow developers to briefly describe and demonstrate the VO tools that are now available. The presentations should include the capabilities provided to the users, how VO techologies, protocols, etc are used (or not used!) within the tool, and if the tools might be useful as a component in some larger VO application. In addition to stand-alone tools, presenters may wish to talk about libraries for implementing VO capabilities. In particular, a comparison of the capabilities and reach of the various VOTable libraries is included.

The remainder of the afternoon is a discussion of what we have learned in building these tools and libraries. Are the existing VO formats/protocols useful? How can they be improved? Are there elements in a VO infrastructure that would help in building and delivering applications? A roadmap for this discussion is suggested in the agenda, but participants should feel free to bring up the topics they deem most important. The sense of this discussion will be reported back to the meeting as a whole in the plenary session.

Agenda

  • Introductions
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group (15 minutes)
    • What is this group for?
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
  • Current Tools and Libraries
    • Existing VO applications (10 minutes each)
      • AVO Prototype: Mark Allen
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    • Existing VO Libraries
      • Comparisons/contrasts of VOTables parsers/formatters (STIL, McGlynn, Kale, etc)
  • Lessons learned
    • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
      • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
      • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
    • How can we share software?
    • Are there other libraries that should be distributed?
    • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
      • Standardized documentation
      • Configuration management
      • Testing
    • Portability of applications
    • What underlying technologies do we need to standardize on? (SOAP/CGI, Java, ...)

Materials and notes from the work group and plenary sessions


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Revision 122004-05-25 - MarcoLeoni

 
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InterOpMay2004 Applications



Afternoon Session, Tuesday May 25, 2004

Overview

This will be the first meeting for the Applications Interest Group. The role of this group is to make sure that members of the VO community are aware of the applications that all of us are developing and to ensure that we can pass on the lessons we have each learned in writing VO tools.

This session will consist of three parts. The first few minutes will be spent introducing the members to each other and reviewing the proposed charter for the group and how we anticipate using the Twiki and E-mail facilities. This is basically a brief business meeting for the interest group.

The second part of the meeting is intended to allow developers to briefly describe and demonstrate the VO tools that are now available. The presentations should include the capabilities provided to the users, how VO techologies, protocols, etc are used (or not used!) within the tool, and if the tools might be useful as a component in some larger VO application. In addition to stand-alone tools, presenters may wish to talk about libraries for implementing VO capabilities. In particular, a comparison of the capabilities and reach of the various VOTable libraries is included.

The remainder of the afternoon is a discussion of what we have learned in building these tools and libraries. Are the existing VO formats/protocols useful? How can they be improved? Are there elements in a VO infrastructure that would help in building and delivering applications? A roadmap for this discussion is suggested in the agenda, but participants should feel free to bring up the topics they deem most important. The sense of this discussion will be reported back to the meeting as a whole in the plenary session.

Agenda

  • Introductions
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group (15 minutes)
    • What is this group for?
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
  • Current Tools and Libraries
    • Existing VO applications (10 minutes each)
      • AVO Prototype: Mark Allen
      • Aladin: Thomas Boch
      • SkyQuery: Tamas Budavari
      • GAVO Cross Matcher: Gerard Lemson
      • Spectral and Filter Services: Tamas Budavari
      • TOPCAT: Mark Taylor
      • Common Execution Architecture: Paul Harrison
      • VOPlot: Ajit Kembhavi
      • VOFilter: Chenzhou Cui (if available)
      • VO Data Inventory Service: Tom McGlynn
      • Other applications (TBD)
    • Existing VO Libraries
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  • Lessons learned
    • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
      • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
      • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
    • How can we share software?
    • Are there other libraries that should be distributed?
    • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
      • Standardized documentation
      • Configuration management
      • Testing
    • Portability of applications
    • What underlying technologies do we need to standardize on? (SOAP/CGI, Java, ...)

Materials and notes from the work group and plenary sessions


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InterOpMay2004 Applications



Afternoon Session, Tuesday May 25, 2004

Overview

This will be the first meeting for the Applications Interest Group. The role of this group is to make sure that members of the VO community are aware of the applications that all of us are developing and to ensure that we can pass on the lessons we have each learned in writing VO tools.

This session will consist of three parts. The first few minutes will be spent introducing the members to each other and reviewing the proposed charter for the group and how we anticipate using the Twiki and E-mail facilities. This is basically a brief business

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  The second part of the meeting is intended to allow developers to briefly describe and demonstrate the VO tools that are now available. The presentations should include the capabilities provided to the users, how VO techologies, protocols, etc are used (or not used!) within the tool, and if the tools might be useful as a component in some larger VO application. In addition to stand-alone tools, presenters may wish to talk about libraries for implementing VO capabilities. In particular, a comparison of the capabilities and reach of the various VOTable libraries is included.

The remainder of the afternoon is a discussion of what we have learned in building these tools and libraries. Are the existing VO formats/protocols useful? How can they be improved? Are there elements in a VO infrastructure that would help in building and delivering applications? A roadmap for this discussion is suggested in the agenda, but participants should feel free to bring up the topics they deem most important. The sense of this discussion will be reported back to the meeting as a whole in the plenary session.

Agenda

  • Introductions
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group (15 minutes)
    • What is this group for?
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
  • Current Tools and Libraries
    • Existing VO applications (10 minutes each)
      • AVO Prototype: Mark Allen
Added:
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>
      • Aladin: Thomas Boch
 
    • Existing VO Libraries
      • Comparisons/contrasts of VOTables parsers/formatters ((STIL, McGlynn, Kale, etc)
  • Lessons learned
    • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
      • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
      • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
    • How can we share software?
    • Are there other libraries that should be distributed?
    • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
      • Standardized documentation
      • Configuration management
      • Testing
    • Portability of applications
    • What underlying technologies do we need to standardize on? (SOAP/CGI, Java, ...)

Materials and notes from the work group and plenary sessions


-- TomMcGlynn - 20 May 2004

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Afternoon Session, Tuesday May 25, 2004

Overview

This will be the first meeting for the Applications Interest Group. The role of this group is to make sure that members of the VO community are aware of the applications that all of us are developing and to ensure that we can pass on the lessons we have each learned in writing VO tools.

This session will consist of three parts. The first few minutes will be spent introducing the members to each other and reviewing the proposed charter for the group and how we anticipate using the Twiki and E-mail facilities. This is basically a brief business meeting for the interes*</no t group.

The second part of the meeting is intended to allow developers to briefly describe and demonstrate the VO tools that are now available. The presentations should include the capabilities provided to the users, how VO techologies, protocols, etc are used (or not used!) within the tool, and if the tools might be useful as a component in some larger VO application. In addition to stand-alone tools, presenters may wish to talk about libraries for implementing VO capabilities. In particular, a comparison of the capabilities and reach of the various VOTable libraries is included.

The remainder of the afternoon is a discussion of what we have learned in building these tools and libraries. Are the existing VO formats/protocols useful? How can they be improved? Are there elements in a VO infrastructure that would help in building and delivering applications? A roadmap for this discussion is suggested in the agenda, but participants should feel free to bring up the topics they deem most important. The sense of this discussion will be reported back to the meeting as a whole in the plenary session.

Agenda

  • Introductions
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group (15 minutes)
    • What is this group for?
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
  • Current Tools and Libraries
    • Existing VO applications (10 minutes each)
      • AVO Prototype: Mark Allen
      • SkyQuery: Tamas Budavari
      • GAVO Cross Matcher: Gerard Lemson
      • Spectral and Filter Services: Tamas Budavari
      • TOPCAT: Mark Taylor
      • Common Execution Architecture: Paul Harrison
Changed:
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      • VOPlot: Ajit Kembhavi
>
>
 
    • Existing VO Libraries
      • Comparisons/contrasts of VOTables parsers/formatters ((STIL, McGlynn, Kale, etc)
  • Lessons learned
    • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
      • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
      • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
    • How can we share software?
    • Are there other libraries that should be distributed?
    • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
      • Standardized documentation
      • Configuration management
      • Testing
    • Portability of applications
    • What underlying technologies do we need to standardize on? (SOAP/CGI, Java, ...)

Materials and notes from the work group and plenary sessions


-- TomMcGlynn - 20 May 2004

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InterOpMay2004 Applications



Afternoon Session, Tuesday May 25, 2004

Overview

This will be the first meeting for the Applications Interest Group. The role of this group is to make sure that members of the VO community are aware of the applications that all of us are developing and to ensure that we can pass on the lessons we have each learned in writing VO tools.

This session will consist of three parts. The first few minutes will be spent introducing the members to each other and reviewing the proposed charter for the group and how we anticipate using the Twiki and E-mail facilities. This is basically a brief business meeting for the interes*</no t group.

The second part of the meeting is intended to allow developers to briefly describe and demonstrate the VO tools that are now available. The presentations should include the capabilities provided to the users, how VO techologies, protocols, etc are used (or not used!) within the tool, and if the tools might be useful as a component in some larger VO application. In addition to stand-alone tools, presenters may wish to talk about libraries for implementing VO capabilities. In particular, a comparison of the capabilities and reach of the various VOTable libraries is included.

The remainder of the afternoon is a discussion of what we have learned in building these tools and libraries. Are the existing VO formats/protocols useful? How can they be improved? Are there elements in a VO infrastructure that would help in building and delivering applications? A roadmap for this discussion is suggested in the agenda, but participants should feel free to bring up the topics they deem most important. The sense of this discussion will be reported back to the meeting as a whole in the plenary session.

Agenda

  • Introductions
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group (15 minutes)
    • What is this group for?
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
  • Current Tools and Libraries
    • Existing VO applications (10 minutes each)
      • AVO Prototype: Mark Allen
      • SkyQuery: Tamas Budavari
      • GAVO Cross Matcher: Gerard Lemson
      • Spectral and Filter Services: Tamas Budavari
      • TOPCAT: Mark Taylor
Changed:
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<
>
>
 
      • VOPlot: Ajit Kembhavi
      • VOFilter: Chenzhou Cui (if available)
      • VO Data Inventory Service: Tom McGlynn
      • Other applications (TBD)
    • Existing VO Libraries
      • Comparisons/contrasts of VOTables parsers/formatters ((STIL, McGlynn, Kale, etc)
  • Lessons learned
    • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
      • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
      • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
    • How can we share software?
    • Are there other libraries that should be distributed?
    • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
      • Standardized documentation
      • Configuration management
      • Testing
    • Portability of applications
    • What underlying technologies do we need to standardize on? (SOAP/CGI, Java, ...)

Materials and notes from the work group and plenary sessions


-- TomMcGlynn - 20 May 2004

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InterOpMay2004 Applications



Afternoon Session, Tuesday May 25, 2004

Overview

This will be the first meeting for the Applications Interest Group. The role of this group is to make sure that members of the VO community are aware of the applications that all of us are developing and to ensure that we can pass on the lessons we have each learned in writing VO tools.

This session will consist of three parts. The first few minutes will be spent introducing the members to each other and reviewing the proposed charter for the group and how we anticipate using the Twiki and E-mail facilities. This is basically a brief business meeting for the interes*</no t group.

The second part of the meeting is intended to allow developers to briefly describe and demonstrate the VO tools that are now available. The presentations should include the capabilities provided to the users, how VO techologies, protocols, etc are used (or not used!) within the tool, and if the tools might be useful as a component in some larger VO application. In addition to stand-alone tools, presenters may wish to talk about libraries for implementing VO capabilities. In particular, a comparison of the capabilities and reach of the various VOTable libraries is included.

The remainder of the afternoon is a discussion of what we have learned in building these tools and libraries. Are the existing VO formats/protocols useful? How can they be improved? Are there elements in a VO infrastructure that would help in building and delivering applications? A roadmap for this discussion is suggested in the agenda, but participants should feel free to bring up the topics they deem most important. The sense of this discussion will be reported back to the meeting as a whole in the plenary session.

Changed:
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Preliminary Agenda

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Agenda

 
  • Introductions
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group (15 minutes)
    • What is this group for?
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
  • Current Tools and Libraries
Changed:
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<
    • Existing VO applications (10-15 minutes each)
>
>
    • Existing VO applications (10 minutes each)
 
      • AVO Prototype: Mark Allen
      • SkyQuery: Tamas Budavari
      • GAVO Cross Matcher: Gerard Lemson
      • Spectral and Filter Services: Tamas Budavari
      • TOPCAT: Mark Taylor
Added:
>
>
 
      • VOPlot: Ajit Kembhavi
      • VOFilter: Chenzhou Cui (if available)
Changed:
<
<
      • VO Data Inventory Service: Tom McGlynn
>
>
 
      • Other applications (TBD)
    • Existing VO Libraries
      • Comparisons/contrasts of VOTables parsers/formatters ((STIL, McGlynn, Kale, etc)
  • Lessons learned
    • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
      • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
      • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
    • How can we share software?
    • Are there other libraries that should be distributed?
    • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
      • Standardized documentation
      • Configuration management
      • Testing
    • Portability of applications
    • What underlying technologies do we need to standardize on? (SOAP/CGI, Java, ...)

Materials and notes from the work group and plenary sessions


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InterOpMay2004 Applications



Afternoon Session, Tuesday May 25, 2004

Overview

This will be the first meeting for the Applications Interest Group. The role of this group is to make sure that members of the VO community are aware of the applications that all of us are developing and to ensure that we can pass on the lessons we have each learned in writing VO tools.

This session will consist of three parts. The first few minutes will be spent introducing the members to each other and reviewing the proposed charter for the group and how we anticipate using the Twiki and E-mail facilities. This is basically a brief business meeting for the interes*</no t group.

The second part of the meeting is intended to allow developers to briefly describe and demonstrate the VO tools that are now available. The presentations should include the capabilities provided to the users, how VO techologies, protocols, etc are used (or not used!) within the tool, and if the tools might be useful as a component in some larger VO application. In addition to stand-alone tools, presenters may wish to talk about libraries for implementing VO capabilities. In particular, a comparison of the capabilities and reach of the various VOTable libraries is included.

The remainder of the afternoon is a discussion of what we have learned in building these tools and libraries. Are the existing VO formats/protocols useful? How can they be improved? Are there elements in a VO infrastructure that would help in building and delivering applications? A roadmap for this discussion is suggested in the agenda, but participants should feel free to bring up the topics they deem most important. The sense of this discussion will be reported back to the meeting as a whole in the plenary session.

Preliminary Agenda

  • Introductions
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group (15 minutes)
    • What is this group for?
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
  • Current Tools and Libraries
    • Existing VO applications (10-15 minutes each)
      • AVO Prototype: Mark Allen
      • SkyQuery: Tamas Budavari
      • GAVO Cross Matcher: Gerard Lemson
      • Spectral and Filter Services: Tamas Budavari
      • TOPCAT: Mark Taylor
Changed:
<
<
      • VOPlot: Sonali Kale (if available)
>
>
      • VOPlot: Ajit Kembhavi
 
      • VOFilter: Chenzhou Cui (if available)
      • VO Data Inventory Service: Tom McGlynn
      • Other applications (TBD)
    • Existing VO Libraries
      • Comparisons/contrasts of VOTables parsers/formatters ((STIL, McGlynn, Kale, etc)
  • Lessons learned
    • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
      • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
      • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
    • How can we share software?
    • Are there other libraries that should be distributed?
    • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
      • Standardized documentation
      • Configuration management
      • Testing
    • Portability of applications
    • What underlying technologies do we need to standardize on? (SOAP/CGI, Java, ...)

Materials and notes from the work group and plenary sessions


-- NicholasWalton - 04 May 2004

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Afternoon Session, Tuesday May 25, 2004

Overview

This will be the first meeting for the Applications Interest Group. The role of this group is to make sure that members of the VO community are aware of the applications that all of us are developing and to ensure that we can pass on the lessons we have each learned in writing VO tools.

This session will consist of three parts. The first few minutes will be spent introducing the members to each other and reviewing the proposed charter for the group and how we anticipate using the Twiki and E-mail facilities. This is basically a brief business meeting for the interes*</no t group.

The second part of the meeting is intended to allow developers to briefly describe and demonstrate the VO tools that are now available. The presentations should include the capabilities provided to the users, how VO techologies, protocols, etc are used (or not used!) within the tool, and if the tools might be useful as a component in some larger VO application. In addition to stand-alone tools, presenters may wish to talk about libraries for implementing VO capabilities. In particular, a comparison of the capabilities and reach of the various VOTable libraries is included.

The remainder of the afternoon is a discussion of what we have learned in building these tools and libraries. Are the existing VO formats/protocols useful? How can they be improved? Are there elements in a VO infrastructure that would help in building and delivering applications? A roadmap for this discussion is suggested in the agenda, but participants should feel free to bring up the topics they deem most important. The sense of this discussion will be reported back to the meeting as a whole in the plenary session.

Preliminary Agenda

  • Introductions
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group (15 minutes)
    • What is this group for?
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
  • Current Tools and Libraries
    • Existing VO applications (10-15 minutes each)
      • AVO Prototype: Mark Allen
      • SkyQuery: Tamas Budavari
      • GAVO Cross Matcher: Gerard Lemson
      • Spectral and Filter Services: Tamas Budavari
Changed:
<
<
      • TOPCAT: Mark Taylor
>
>
 
      • VOPlot: Sonali Kale (if available)
      • VOFilter: Chenzhou Cui (if available)
      • VO Data Inventory Service: Tom McGlynn
      • Other applications (TBD)
    • Existing VO Libraries
Changed:
<
<
      • Comparisons/contrasts of VOTables parsers/formatters (Taylor, McGlynn, Kale, etc)
>
>
      • Comparisons/contrasts of VOTables parsers/formatters ((STIL, McGlynn, Kale, etc)
 
  • Lessons learned
    • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
      • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
      • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
    • How can we share software?
    • Are there other libraries that should be distributed?
    • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
      • Standardized documentation
      • Configuration management
      • Testing
    • Portability of applications
    • What underlying technologies do we need to standardize on? (SOAP/CGI, Java, ...)

Materials and notes from the work group and plenary sessions


-- NicholasWalton - 04 May 2004

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InterOpMay2004 Applications



Afternoon Session, Tuesday May 25, 2004

Overview

This will be the first meeting for the Applications Interest Group. The role of this group is to make sure that members of the VO community are aware of the applications that all of us are developing and to ensure that we can pass on the lessons we have each learned in writing VO tools.

This session will consist of three parts. The first few minutes will be spent introducing the members to each other and reviewing the proposed charter for the group and how we anticipate using the Twiki and E-mail facilities. This is basically a brief business meeting for the interes*</no t group.

The second part of the meeting is intended to allow developers to briefly describe and demonstrate the VO tools that are now available. The presentations should include the capabilities provided to the users, how VO techologies, protocols, etc are used (or not used!) within the tool, and if the tools might be useful as a component in some larger VO application. In addition to stand-alone tools, presenters may wish to talk about libraries for implementing VO capabilities. In particular, a comparison of the capabilities and reach of the various VOTable libraries is included.

The remainder of the afternoon is a discussion of what we have learned in building these tools and libraries. Are the existing VO formats/protocols useful? How can they be improved? Are there elements in a VO infrastructure that would help in building and delivering applications? A roadmap for this discussion is suggested in the agenda, but participants should feel free to bring up the topics they deem most important. The sense of this discussion will be reported back to the meeting as a whole in the plenary session.

Preliminary Agenda

  • Introductions
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group (15 minutes)
    • What is this group for?
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
  • Current Tools and Libraries
    • Existing VO applications (10-15 minutes each)
      • AVO Prototype: Mark Allen
Changed:
<
<
      • SkyQuery: Tamas Budavari (if available)
>
>
      • SkyQuery: Tamas Budavari
 
      • GAVO Cross Matcher: Gerard Lemson
Changed:
<
<
      • Spectral and Filter Services: Tamas Budavari (if available)
>
>
      • Spectral and Filter Services: Tamas Budavari
 
      • TOPCAT: Mark Taylor
      • VOPlot: Sonali Kale (if available)
      • VOFilter: Chenzhou Cui (if available)
      • VO Data Inventory Service: Tom McGlynn
      • Other applications (TBD)
    • Existing VO Libraries
      • Comparisons/contrasts of VOTables parsers/formatters (Taylor, McGlynn, Kale, etc)
  • Lessons learned
    • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
      • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
      • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
    • How can we share software?
    • Are there other libraries that should be distributed?
    • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
      • Standardized documentation
      • Configuration management
      • Testing
    • Portability of applications
    • What underlying technologies do we need to standardize on? (SOAP/CGI, Java, ...)

Materials and notes from the work group and plenary sessions


-- NicholasWalton - 04 May 2004

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Added:
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Overview

This will be the first meeting for the Applications Interest Group. The role of this group is to make sure that members of the VO community are aware of the applications that all of us are developing and to ensure that we can pass on the lessons we have each learned in writing VO tools.

This session will consist of three parts. The first few minutes will be spent introducing the members to each other and reviewing the proposed charter for the group and how we anticipate using the Twiki and E-mail facilities. This is basically a brief business meeting for the interes*</no t group.

The second part of the meeting is intended to allow developers to briefly describe and demonstrate the VO tools that are now available. The presentations should include the capabilities provided to the users, how VO techologies, protocols, etc are used (or not used!) within the tool, and if the tools might be useful as a component in some larger VO application. In addition to stand-alone tools, presenters may wish to talk about libraries for implementing VO capabilities. In particular, a comparison of the capabilities and reach of the various VOTable libraries is included.

The remainder of the afternoon is a discussion of what we have learned in building these tools and libraries. Are the existing VO formats/protocols useful? How can they be improved? Are there elements in a VO infrastructure that would help in building and delivering applications? A roadmap for this discussion is suggested in the agenda, but participants should feel free to bring up the topics they deem most important. The sense of this discussion will be reported back to the meeting as a whole in the plenary session.

 

Preliminary Agenda

  • Introductions
Changed:
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  • Role of the Apps Interest Group
    • What is this group ifor?
>
>
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group (15 minutes)
    • What is this group for?
 
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
Changed:
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<
  • Existing VO applications (short presentations by developers)
    • What VO applications are out there that people can use in doing science?
      • SkyQuery, DIS, GAVO matcher, Spectrum/filter server, VOPlot, ...
    • What is currently under active development?
  • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
    • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
    • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
  • How can we share software? * Which libraries are currently being used? * Are there other libraries that can be distributed?
  • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
    • Standardized documentation
    • Configuration management
    • Testing
>
>
  • Current Tools and Libraries
    • Existing VO applications (10-15 minutes each)
      • AVO Prototype: Mark Allen
      • SkyQuery: Tamas Budavari (if available)
      • GAVO Cross Matcher: Gerard Lemson
      • Spectral and Filter Services: Tamas Budavari (if available)
      • TOPCAT: Mark Taylor
      • VOPlot: Sonali Kale (if available)
      • VOFilter: Chenzhou Cui (if available)
      • VO Data Inventory Service: Tom McGlynn
      • Other applications (TBD)
    • Existing VO Libraries
      • Comparisons/contrasts of VOTables parsers/formatters (Taylor, McGlynn, Kale, etc)
  • Lessons learned
Added:
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    • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
      • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
      • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
    • How can we share software?
    • Are there other libraries that should be distributed?
    • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
      • Standardized documentation
      • Configuration management
      • Testing
 
    • Portability of applications
Changed:
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    • SOAP and CGI
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    • What underlying technologies do we need to standardize on? (SOAP/CGI, Java, ...)
 

Materials and notes from the work group and plenary sessions


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Tuesday May 25, 2004

Preliminary Agenda

  • Introductions
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group
    • What is this group ifor?
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
  • Existing VO applications (short presentations by developers)
    • What VO applications are out there that people can use in doing science?
Changed:
<
<
      • SkyQuery, DIS, GAVO correlator, Spectrum/filter server, VOPlot, ...
>
>
      • SkyQuery, DIS, GAVO matcher, Spectrum/filter server, VOPlot, ...
 
    • What is currently under active development?
  • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
    • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
    • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
  • How can we share software? * Which libraries are currently being used? * Are there other libraries that can be distributed?
  • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
    • Standardized documentation
    • Configuration management
    • Testing
    • Portability of applications
    • SOAP and CGI

Materials and notes from the work group and plenary sessions


-- NicholasWalton - 04 May 2004

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  • Introductions
  • Role of the Apps Interest Group
    • What is this group ifor?
    • Does the current charter make sense?
    • How should the group function?
    • How do we use the Twiki, mailing list?
Added:
>
>
  • Existing VO applications (short presentations by developers)
    • What VO applications are out there that people can use in doing science?
      • SkyQuery, DIS, GAVO correlator, Spectrum/filter server, VOPlot, ...
    • What is currently under active development?
  • What are the obstacles to developing VO applications?
    • How do existing VO standards help in the existing tools?
    • Where would it be most helpful to have additional standardized protocols/formats
  • How can we share software? * Which libraries are currently being used? * Are there other libraries that can be distributed?
  • Does the VO need any common infrastructure to support application development?
    • Standardized documentation
    • Configuration management
    • Testing
    • Portability of applications
    • SOAP and CGI
 

Materials and notes from the work group and plenary sessions


-- NicholasWalton - 04 May 2004

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Participants

Timetable

Tuesday May 25, 2004

Time Work Pkg Content Leader

Materials and notes from the work group and plenary sessions


-- NicholasWalton - 04 May 2004

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