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Comments for Document: INFOD 1.0 Implementation – Experience Report
|Author(s):||R. Fehling, S. Fisher, D. Gawlick, R. Gunasekaran, M. Shankar, A. Yalamanchi|
|Public Comment End:||12 Nov, 2009|Posted by: plivesey 2009-09-29 04:12:08Updates
Are there problems with update "storms" when information changes? If so, does this compromise performance?
Posted by: anonymous 2009-11-10 16:23:41
> I found section 2 very difficult to grasp. Maybe it's just me. I think
> you could make it more comprehensible by maybe splitting up the
> paragraphs or something - e.g. maybe some sort of list of definitions
> for section 2.1 rather than one long paragraph. Also, the first sentence
> of the last bullet point on P4 is very long and hard to read. Maybe
> making it more readable/comprehensible is not your aim.
> Would be good to have a reference to the actual INFOD specification - so
> people can easily find it.
> Trying to access
> Does not work
Posted by: bryanlgorman 2009-11-11 09:03:27INFOD and the DOD
The INFOD specification is a critical component of several proposals that we are developing to improve DOD social networks by establishing the formal and standardized means of automating the discovery and management of organizational connections that are otherwise time-consuming and impractical during time-sensitive operations. Currently, other than INFOD, no systematic means exists or offers the potential to discover and connect data sources and providers that are not known ahead of time (i.e., during contigency planning) or identified informally while performing operations.
Posted by: dgawlick 2009-11-11 10:22:19INFOD and Emergency Management
This comment is posted on behalf of David Resseguie - ORNL
I have followed the development of the INFOD specification and see great
potential for a number of applications. I have already begun research
for applying it to the emergency management domain.
Posted by: kelsey 2009-11-11 11:04:42INFOD 1.0 Implementation – Experience Report
This is a well written document. It is important that this experience of implementing GFD.110 is published. The errata to GFD.110 are particularly useful for others wishing to implement against the standard.
Posted by: anonymous 2009-11-11 12:40:11INFOD prototype implemented by UTK (University Tennessee Knoxville)
INFOD prototype implemented by UTK (University Tennessee Knoxville) provides a an important milestone on the path to the architecture of large scale information notification in complex systems. The prototype sheds light on the efficacy of the INFOD standard in the dissemination of information in a distributed system that require flexibility and adaptability. The experience with the prototype introduces novel uses of databases and will certainly influence their future architecture.
Posted by: dlenkov 2009-11-11 23:12:48INFOD and knowledge management
The Information Dissemination process as described in INFOD specification and implemented by UTK (University Tennessee Knoxville) is very important for the architecture and development of large scale systems, that need to distribute information in a very flexible and adaptive way. The mutual filtering mechanism, described in the specification and implemented by the prototype, is unique and very important mechanism for the fine-grained control of information (knowledge) propagation and targeting in knowledge management and distribution systems.
The architecture and prototype add experience and lessons and will have an influence on the evolution of information (knowledge) repositories, including databases, that are able to disseminate information in a timely and flexible manner.
Dmitry Lenkov, KM architect, Oracle
Posted by: hqi 2009-11-13 06:55:30
I have read the specs and they are very useful when developing applications such as data sharing middleware with multiple dynamic sources that require near real-time matching between publishers, consumers and subscribers.
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