Special topic breakout: New DBP Introduction to NA-MIC Engineering

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New DBP Introduction to NA-MIC Engineering

June 25th, 4:30-5:30pm

Location: Grier Rooms A & B: 34-401A & 34-401B



  • Steve Pieper
  • Jim Miller
  • Will Schroeder
  • Alex. Gouaillard


  • Review of the Roles of the Cores
    • Core 1 Develops Application-Specific Algorithm Code Using the NA-MIC Kit Based on DBP Requirements
    • Core 2 Ensures NA-MIC Kit Supports the Needed Data Types, Platforms, and Computational Infrastructure
    • Core 3 Specifies Needs, Tests Implementations, Performs Clinical Tests, Publishes Results
    • Cores 4, 5, 6, 7 (Service, Training, Dissemination, Leadership)
  • The NA-MIC Rhythms:
    • Collaboration resources
      • Email
      • Web pages
      • Wiki
      • TCon numbers and protocol
    • Daily Emails, svn commits, nightly builds and tests
    • Weekly Tcons
    • Bi Annual Project Weeks
    • Annual AHM
    • Annual Report
    • 3 Year DBP Cycle
    • 5 Year Renewal Cycle
  • Ideas to Software
    • It's all about the DBPs, and why we need your ideas
    • Overview: from concept to implementation
      • Is it enabling technology? (a toolkit addition)
      • Is it an application? (Slicer module)
    • The software process
  • Where to go for
    • Information
    • Help namic-info@na-mic.org
    • Bug Reporting
    • Collaborations