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From Jia Zhang <>
Subject Re: Project Activity
Date Wed, 12 Aug 2015 00:50:23 GMT
Dear Seungwon:

I have got confirmation from CMDA dev list.

Here are some work from CMU side:

-We developed a data model to capture CMDA web service execution provenance.
-We developed a technique to capture and store CMDA web service execution
provenance at run time.
-We developed a technique to enable reproduction of CMDA web service
execution as well as displaying corresponding parameter settings and data
-We developed a web portal to support CMDA service execution provenance
capturing, storage, reproduction, and search.
-We developed a web portal to support dataset search.
-We developed CMDA service analytics.
-We developed the first version of an interactive web service GUI builder.
Service developers will use the tool to describe the input parameters
required by a service, their data types, and available options. An HTML
page will be automatically generated for users and stored for reuse.

Best regards,

On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 9:46 AM, Lee, Seungwon (398K) <> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I have joined the CMDA dev list. How can I see who is in the list? Lei,
> Chengzing, Benyang, Wei, Jia, please join the CMDA dev list and let me know
> after you get a confirmation.
> I want to summarize some of the development activities we were involved
> since we started the Apache incubator, based on our project meeting notes.
> Lei, Chengxing, Benyang, please add or modify my list below.
>    - We developed three new diagnostic analysis algorithms: Random Forest
>    for feature importance ranking, Multi-dimensional conditional sampling,
>    time-lagged correlation.
>    - We implemented the algorithms in web services.
>    - We developed an efficient data regridding algorithm and implemented
>    it in a web service.
>    - We improved our web-service front end in handling the data source
>    and available variable list. The available data source and variable pairs
>    used to be hard-coded in each HTML file. Now the pairs are read from a
>    database and stored in a dictionary and used as a common function by all
>    the front end HTML files.
>    - We incorporated a new technology called “webification” to access
>    data directly through a URL.
>    - We had added new datasets that can be used by our web services: AIRS
>    surface air temperature, MODIS surface air temperature, CMIP5 RCP 4.5
>    experiment model outputs, ECMWF daily data products for cloud, MODIS daily
>    data products for low cloud fraction.
>    - We are developing a new diagnostic analysis algorithm called
>    “conditional probability density distribution.”
>    - We are working with CMU (Carnegie Mellon University) to develop a
>    provenance support system. The CMU team will provide more details about it.
> --
> Dr. Seungwon Lee
> Technical Group Supervisor
> Science Data Modeling and Computing (398K)
> Instrument Software and Science Data System Section (398)
> Jet Propulsion Laboratory
> California Institute of Technology
> Tel: 818-393-7720
> Cell: 818-397-2284
> From: Greg Reddin <>
> Date: Monday, August 10, 2015 at 3:56 PM
> To: Jia Zhang <>
> Cc: "" <>, "
>" <>, Lei Pan <
>>, "Zhai, Chengxing (398K)" <
>>, "Tang, Benyang (398J)" <
>>, Wei Wang <>, Xing Wei <
> Subject: Re: Project Activity
> On Mon, Aug 10, 2015 at 5:34 PM, Jia Zhang <> wrote:
> The team has been working hard to create Version 1.0 to be posted - in
> addition, we have been trying to explore a way to host the runnable to
> Docker running on AWS. We are pretty much done, and we will start to
> publish
> to Apache this week.
> Thanks for the response, Jia. It sounds like maybe you're working on
> Version 1.0 and the Docker runtime on proprietary code that cannot be
> shared yet. Is that correct? If so, that explains that the work is not
> being done on-list. However, it would be really nice if the
> Docker-related discussions could happen on-list. That way others could
> at least have visibility into what's going on - even if we can't offer
> much. Also, it would get you guys into the habit of discussing
> on-list, which is a good thing.
> Thanks! Looking forward to more coming.
> Greg

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