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TAB and SAB High Level Alignment. The List of 11 SAB committees1: High Level Design Validation and Test (HLDVT); Design Automation and Test (DATE)

    TAB and SAB High Level Alignment

     1The List of 11 SAB committees:

    SAB Committee Scope

    Design Automation Standards Committee (DASC) The IEEE DASC is responsible for the standardization of Design Automation

    related standards in the IEEE. It is part of the Computer Society of the IEEE. It

    also operates under the auspices of the IEEE Standards Association.

    The biggest center of interest in the DASC has been around language based

    design and verification standards stemming from the key HDL standards VHDL

    and Verilog. From these have flowed standards for timing, synthesis, math

    routines, and test.

    Currently the emphasis of the group is growing to embrace system level

    requirements with standards being developed in analog-mixed signal and other

    extensions driven by these needs.

    Foundation for Intelligent and Physical Agents Standards FIPA is an IEEE Computer Society standards organization that promotes agent-2Committee (FIPASC) based technology and the interoperability of its standards with other

    technologies.

    FIPA, the standards organization for agents and multi-agent systems was

    officially accepted by the IEEE as its eleventh standards committee on 8 June

    2005.

    FIPA was originally formed as a Swiss based organization in 1996 to produce

    software standards specifications for heterogeneous and interacting agents and

    agent based systems. Since its foundations, FIPA has played a crucial role in

    the development of agents standards and has promoted a number of initiatives

    and events that contributed to the development and uptake of agent technology.

    Furthermore, many of the ideas originated and developed in FIPA are now

    coming into sharp focus in new generations of Web/Internet technology and

     1 SAB WGs are not listed; these outnumber the TCs, but fall in high level alignment as described in chart. 2 Note FIPASC remains to be mapped as it is a recently joined SC.

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    related specifications.

    In March 2005, the FIPA Board of Directors presented this opportunity to the

    entire FIPA membership, who unanimously voted to join the IEEE computer

    Society. Now, it is time to move standards for agents and agent-based systems

    into the wider context of software development. In short, agent technology

    needs to work and integrate with non-agent technologies. To this end, the IEEE

    Computer Society has formally accepted FIPA to become part of its family of

    standards committees.

    Information Assurance Standards Committee (IASC) The Task Force on Information Assurance (TFIA) champions a holistic approach

    to development of Information Assurance technology by asserting an Information

    Assurance view across numerous closely related technologies: networking,

    software engineering, distributed processing, pattern recognition, real time

    computing, visualization, cryptography, simulation, man-machine interface, data

    engineering, mass storage, and others. Providing a forum for open discussion

    that is identifiable to workers in Information Assurance, the TFIA participates in

    development of recommended practices and standards for Information

    Assurance.

    Learning Technology Standards Committee (LTSC) The IEEE Learning Technology Standards Committee (LTSC) is chartered by

    the IEEE Computer Society Standards Activity Board to develop accredited

    technical standards, recommended practices, and guides for learning

    technology.

    Local Area Networks/MAN Standards Committee (LMSC, 802) The IEEE 802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee develops Local Area Network

    standards and Metropolitan Area Network standards. The most widely used

    standards are for the Ethernet family, Token Ring, Wireless LAN, Bridging and

    Virtual Bridged LANs. An individual Working Group provides the focus for each

    area.

    Microprocessors & Microcomputers Standards Committee To create, maintain, and encourage the use of IEEE standards for the

    (MMSC) engineering of computer systems involving microprocessor and floating-point

    architectures, buses, interconnects, sensors, microprocessor operating system

    interfaces, real-time operating systems, programming and object languages,

    data interchange, cryptographic hardware, and computer environmental

    specifications.

    Portable Applications Standards Committee (PASC) PASC is the IEEE's Portable Application Standards Committee. It is chartered

    with defining standard application service interfaces - most notably those in the

    POSIX family. PASC was formerly known as the Technical Committee on

    Operating Systems.

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Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization The Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization (SISO) is an international

    Standards Activity Committee (SISO-SAC) organization dedicated to the promotion of modeling and simulation

    interoperability and reuse for the benefit of a broad range of M&S communities Software & Systems Engineering Standards Committee To develop and maintain a family of software and systems engineering (S2ESC) standards that is relevant, coherent, comprehensive, and effective in use. These

    standards are for use by practitioners, organizations, and educators to improve

    the effectiveness and efficiency of their software engineering processes, to

    improve communications between acquirers and suppliers, and to improve the

    quality of delivered software and systems containing software.

    To develop supporting knowledge products that aid practitioners, organizations,

    and educators in understanding and applying our standards.

    To support and promote a Software Engineering Body of Knowledge,

    certification mechanisms for software engineering professionals, and other

    products contributing to the profession of software engineering. Storage Systems Standards Committee (SSSC) This SSSC sponsors all Storage System standards activities within the IEEE

    through the Computer Society.

    These activities may include full-use and trial-use standards; guides;

    recommended practices; and study groups. Test Technology Standards Committee (TTSC) The Test Technology Technical Council supports the development and

    maintenance of the following IEEE standards:

    An overview of Test Technology standards:

    IEEE 1149.4: Mixed Signal Test Bus

    IEEE Standard 1149.6: Boundary Scan Testing of Advanced Digital

     Networks

    IEEE 1450-1999: Standard Tester Interface Language (STIL) for Digital

     Test Vector Data

     Extensions to STIL for Semiconductor Design

     Environment

    -2002: Extensions to STIL for DC Level Specification

     Extensions to STIL for Tester Target Specification

     Extensions to STIL for Test Flow Specification

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     Extensions to STIL for Analog and Mixed Signal

     Environments

    IEEE 1500: Embedded Core Test

    IEEE 1532: In-System Configuration of Programmable Devices

    IEEE P1581: Static Component Interconnection Test Protocol and

     Architecture (SCITT)

    IEEE P1687: IJTAG

    SAB -EPEAT EPEAT is a system to help purchasers in the public and private sectors evaluate,

    compare and select desktop computers, notebooks and monitors based on their

    environmental attributes. EPEAT also provides a clear and consistent set of

    performance criteria for the design of products, and provides an opportunity for

    manufacturers to secure market recognition for efforts to reduce the

    environmental impact of its products.

    SAB Standard Upper Ontology Welcome to the Standard Upper Ontology Working Group (SUO WG) website.

    The SUO WG is developing a Standard that will specify an upper ontology to

    support computer applications such as data interoperability, information search

    and retrieval, automated inferencing, and natural language processing.

    SAB- Musical Applications Using XML This project will develop an XML application defining a standard language for

    symbolic music representation. The language will be a meta-representation of music information for describing and processing said music information within a multilayered environment, for achieving integration among structural, score, MIDI, and digital sound levels of representation. Furthermore, the proposed

    standard should integrate music representation with already defined and

    accepted common standards. The standard will be accepted by any kind of

    software dealing with music information, e.g. score editing, OMR systems, music performance, musical databases, and composition and musicological applications.

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    The List of 44 TAB Technical Committees, Task Forces and Technical Councils

    No. TAB Tab Scope TAB Conferences SAB TF Autonomous 1. The Task Force on Autonomous and Autonomic None and Autonomic Systems (TFAAS), was established to address

    Systems (TFAAS) research issues concerned with creating self-directing

    and self-managing systems (selfware or self-*

    properties). The overarching vision of AAS is the

    creation of self-directing and self managing systems in

    accordance with high-level guidance from humans to

    address today's concerns of complexity and total cost

    of ownership while meeting tomorrow's needs for

    pervasive and ubiquitous computation and

    communication.

    The TFAAS overlaps to some degree with many

    others providing opportunities for collaboration to

    meet the grand challenges, but focuses on specifically

    addressing architectures, frameworks, paradigms,

    components, tools, environments, languages,

    applications and lessons for Autonomous and

    Autonomic Computing and Communications

    (Systems).

    TC Bioinformatics 2. The Technical Committee on Bioinformatics (TCBI) Bioinformatics Conference (CSB) P1953 (TCBI) provides a forum for open discussion in

    bioinformatics.

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    No. TAB Tab Scope TAB Conferences SAB

    TC Complexity in 3. The TC on Complexity in Computing (TCCX), formerly ? Engineering of Complex Computer Computing (TCCX) the Technical Segment Committee on Engineering of Systems (ICECCS)

    Complex Computer Systems, was established to ? Unified Modeling Language (UML)

    address issues relating to controlling and conquering ? Software Engineering and Formal complexity in computer systems. Complexity in Methods (SEFM) terms of size and content is inherent in all computer ? Formal Approaches to Agent-Based systems. Add to that requirements for security and Systems (FAABS) privacy constraints, reuse, operation over distributed ? Radical Agent Concepts (WRAC) environments, heterogeneity, interoperability, and the ? Dependable Autonomic and Secure desire for dependable operation within strict Computing (DASC) timing constraints and in a manner that can be ? Leveraging Apps. of Formal Methods, managed well and easily updated, and the task Verification and Validation (ISOLA) becomes phenomenal. This TC recognizes that

    complexity in computing is caused by many sources

    and desires, and must be addressed in an

    interdisciplinary manner. The TCCX overlaps to some

    degree with many others, but focuses on

    addressing complexity within (or via) each of the

    following: formal methods, software engineering, tool

    support, distributed and parallel computing, security,

    real-time systems, programming paradigms and

    mega-computing, databases, etc.

    TC Computational 4. The TC on Computational Medicine (TCCM) is ? Computer-Based Medical Systems Medicine (TCCM) dedicated to research in computer science and (CBMS)

    engineering as it applies to medicine and health ? Image Analysis and Interpretation

    services, and to facilitating communication between (SSIAI)

    system designers and users. The TC encourages

    innovation and emphasizes developments on

    computer applications in medicine.

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    No. TAB Tab Scope TAB Conferences SAB TC Computer 5. The TC on Computer Architecture (TCCA) is involved MSC ? Computer Architecture (ISCA) Architecture with research and development in the integrated ? Computer Architectures for Machine (TCCA) hardware and software design of general- and Perception (CAMP)

    special-purpose uniprocessors and parallel ? Supercomputing (SC) computers. The TC annually sponsors/cosponsors the ? MASCOTS (MASCOT) International Symposium on Computer Architecture, ? Field Programmable Custom and with the ACM SIGARCH, it jointly administers the Computing Machines (FCCM) Eckert-Mauchly Award for contributions to computer ? Parallel Architectures (PACT) architecture. ? High Performance Computer Architecture (HPCA)

    ? Distributed Simulation and Real Time

    Applications (DS-RT)

    ? Performance Analysis of Systems and

    Software (ISPASS)

    ? Cool Chips

    ? Workload Characterization (IISWC)

    ? Architectures for Networking and

    Communications Systems (ANCS)

    ? Component-based SE, Software

    Architecture and Reuse (COMSAR)

    ? Computer Architecture and High

    Performance Computing (SBAC-PAD) TC Computer 6. The TC on Computer Communications (TCCC) LMSC, ? Local Computer Networks (LCN) Communications promotes activities, disseminates information, and MSC ? Performance, Computing and (TCCC) furthers the growth of those systems that integrate Communication (IPCCC)

    computing functions and telecommunications facilities. ? Pervasive Computing and The TC sponsors the "802" series of local and Communication (PERCOM) metropolitan area networks standards. ? Embedded Networked Sensors

    (EMNETS)

    ? World of Wireless, Mobile and

    Multimedia Networks (WoWMoM)

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    No. TAB Tab Scope TAB Conferences SAB TC Computer 7. The TC on Computer Elements (TCCE) is concerned MSC ? Vail Computer Elements (CEW) Elements (TCCE) with design and implementation trade-offs of elements ? Key West Computer Elements (Key

    of systems ranging from large enterprise systems to West)

    PDAs. Elements such as VLSI memories, I/O devices

    and their inter-relationships are of particular interest.

    This includes such factors as performance, testing

    microprogramming, software, and packaging as they

    relate to computer elements. VLSI technology and its

    system implications are of particular interest.

    TC Computer 8. The TC on Computer Languages (TCCL) extends its none MSC Languages (TCCL) interest beyond conventional high-level programming

    languages to include all the computer-related

    languages such as requirements, specification,

    design, test, and query languages.

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    No. TAB Tab Scope TAB Conferences SAB

    TC Computer 9. The TC on Computer Generated Music (TCCGM) none SAB

    Generated Music addresses the interdisciplinary area lying between P1599

    (TCGM) signal processing and artistic computer music, and is

    about the constructions of tools, software and

    hardware that can be applied to problems of

    computational music and musicology - an analogon to

    computational linguistics. The TC is for practitioners

    and researchers interested in projects that deal with

    computational aspects of music and musicology.

    TC Data 10. The TC on Data Engineering (TCDE) is concerned ? Data Engineering (ICDE) Engineering with the role of data in the design, development, ? Research Issues in Data Engineering 3(TCDE) management, and utilization of information systems. (RIDE)

    Issues of interest include database design; knowledge ? Computer Systems and Applications of the data and its processing; languages to describe (AICCSA) data, define access, and manipulate databases; ? Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure strategies and mechanisms for data access, security, for Concurrent Engineering. (WETICE) and integrity control; and engineering services and ? Mobile Data Management (MDM) distributed systems.

     3 Expect TCDE, TCDL to map to SSSC, IASC, and S2ESC because these technologies impact them. Or there should be SCs for data engineering and digital libraries. Factoid: the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA, a digital library organization) is deeply interested in information assurance standards.

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    No. TAB Tab Scope TAB Conferences SAB

    TC Design 11. The TC on Design Automation (TCDA) is involved DASC ? System Synthesis (ISSS)

    Automation (TCDA) with the use of computer-oriented techniques in all ? Rapid System Prototyping (RSP)

    aspects of the design process, with particular ? Hardware/Software Co-Design emphasis on design languages, logic synthesis, (CODES) verification techniques (including digital simulation), ? Computer Design (ICCD) manufacturing interface data, graphics, and database ? Computer Aided Design (ICCAD) management. ? High Level Design Validation and Test (HLDVT)

    ? Design Automation and Test (DATE)

    ? Microelectronic Systems Education

    (MSE)

    ? Electronic Design Processes (WEDP)

    ? Formal Methods and Programming

    Models for Co-design (MEMOCODE)

    ? Hardware Software & Systems

    Synthesis (CODES+ISS)

    The TC on Digital Libraries (TCDL) promotes research LTSC ? Digital Libraries (JCDL) TC Digital Libraries 12. 3 in the theory and application of digital library (TCDL)

    technologies. Issues of interest include: Searching

    and browsing; Indexing for multimedia objects;

    Authoring, scripting and capturing systems; Resource

    discovery; User interface; Collaborative research;

    Information representation; Intelligent agents;

    Workflow; Telecommunication and networking;

    Interoperability; Scalability; Content storage and

    distribution; Protection of intellectual property and

    user privacy; and Accounting, billing and payment

    systems.

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