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Page: CIAD APP References (CI Engineering)
Appendix B.    References Management Plans Reference Citation Location CIMPPEP OOI CI Project Execution Plan. Most recent released, on Alfresco. 201000001PEPCI.pdf 201000001PEPCI.pdf ...
Page: CIAD AS Analysis and Synthesis (CI Engineering)
Analysis & Synthesis (A&S) Subsystem Architecture and Design This is the central page for the AS subsystem architecture and design, a part of the OOI CI System Architecture and Design. It is structured into operational views (OV), system views (SV) and technical standards views (TV). AS Overview syseng ...
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Page: CIAD AV OOI Operations Overview (CI Engineering)
page describes on a high level how the OOI Integrated Observatory Network will be operated. It describes users and basic operating assumptions, such as expected data volumes. OOI Integrated Observatory Network The OOI Integrated Observatory Network (aka Integrated Observatory, ION ...
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Page: CIAD AV OOI User Roles Overview (CI Engineering)
User Roles and User Persona User Role The term role refers to an aggregation of responsibilities and authorities that a user may fulfill when interacting with the system. One user, most likely one of the OOI personas CIAD AV OOI User ...
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Page: CIAD OV User and Application Interfaces (CI Engineering)
Overview Figure 1 below shows an illustration of multiple OOI domains of authority (facilities). The Integrated Observatory (CI Operational Domain) is the primary point of access for end users of the system. Users can interact with the Integrated Observatory via portals ...
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Page: Product Description (CI Development)
Table of Contents Introduction The Cyberinfrastructure Product Description represents all the key system and user scenarios for the stakeholders. It describes these elements for each release: themes, target audience, use cases, acceptance scenarios, and architectural overview (very brief). The Product Description ...
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