FINAL REPORT - Appendices

 

RE 4007, MECCANO

 

 

 

University College London

 

 

 

TELEMATICS APPLICATIONS PROGRAMME

Research

 

 

Author(s)

 

Peter T Kirstein

Roy Bennett

 

 

 


 



Table of Content

 

Appendix A…………………………………………………………………………... 1

 

Appendix B……………………………………….……………...………………….. 15

 

Appendix C..……………………………………………………………….…..……. 35


Appendix A

Cover pages of deliverables

 


Project Number:          Telematics for Research 4007

Project Title:                Multimedia Education and Conferencing Collaboration

                            over ATM Networks and Others (MECCANO)

 
 

 

 

 

 

Title of Deliverable:

               The MECCANO Internet Multimedia Conferencing Architecture

 

Deliverable ID:                R 3.1

 

Produced by Workpackage:    3

 

Contractual Date of Delivery:   May 31, 1999

 

Author(s):          Editor:    Peter T Kirstein, University College London

 

                  Contributors:     Igor Bokun, ACC; Carsten Bormann, UB/TZI;

                                           Tarik Cicic, UiO; Peter Kirstein, UCL;

                                           Colin Krawchuck, HPLB; Lambros Lambrinos, UCL;

                                           Martin Mauve, UM; Jφrg Ott, TELES; Luc Ottavj, INRIA; Colin Perkins, UCL; Andreas Rozek, RUS; Klaus Stuhlmueller, UEN; Thierry Turletti, INRIA.

 

 

 

Abstract:

 

This document provides an overview of the Architecture for multimedia conferencing on the Internet used in the MECCANO project. The protocols mentioned are all specified elsewhere as RFCs, internet-drafts, or ITU recommendations. Each of these specifications gives details of the protocol itself, how it works and what it does. This document attempts to provide the reader with an overview of how the components fit together and of some of the assumptions made, as well as some statement of direction for those components still in a nascent stage.

Parts of this document are strongly based on a draft provided for the Multiparty Multimedia Session Control (MMUSIC) working group of the Internet Engineering Task Force. Nevertheless it covers a number of areas not tackled in that draft - or even relevant to the IETF. It is designed to be a guide to what we are trying to address in the MECCANO project.

 

Keyword list:

 

Architecture, Multimedia Conferencing, Mbone, Security.

 


 


Project Number:                 Telematics for Research 4007

Project Title:                       Multimedia Education and Conferencing Collaboration

                                          Over ATM Networks and Others (MECCANO)

Deliverable Type:                PU

 

Title of Deliverable:          Final report on the usability of the MECCANO tools and other components.

Deliverable ID:               R3.3

 

Produced by Workpackage:     3

 

Contractual Date of Delivery:    May 31, 2000

 

Author(s):      Editor:       Colin Krawchuck, HPLB

 

                  Contributors:    Roy Bennett, UCL; Tarik Cicic, UiO; Radoslaw Ruchala, ACC

 

 

 

Abstract:

The MECCANO project built on the results of the MERCI project and it improved the toolkit to provide better environments for multimedia collaboration.

This deliverable is a report on the usability of the tools used by and developed within the MECCANO project. These tools have largely been proven by a number of applications within the project described in the deliverable R8.2 of work package 8. The results of this work package, as well as information gathered from other Telematics projects, has been used in assessing the usability of the tools.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Keyword list:

Distance Education, Multimedia conferencing, Multimedia tools evaluation, Mbone, Multicast, Seminars,

 

 

 

 

* Type: PU - public, LI - limited, RP - restricted

** Nature: PR - Prototype, RE - Report, SP - Specification, TO - Tool, OT - Other


Project Number: 4007 ( RE)

Project Title: Multimedia Education and Conferencing Collaboration over ATM Networks and Others (MECCANO)

Deliverable Type: (PU/LI/RP)* PU

 

 

Deliverable Number: D4.1

Contractual Date of Delivery: 31 August 1998

Title of Deliverable:  Initial release of tools to be used in MECCANO

Work-Packages contributing to the Deliverable:  4

Nature of the Deliverable: (PR/RE/SP/TO/OT)**  TO

Author: Roy Bennett, Project Manager, MECCANO

              Those responsible for individual tools are acknowledged in the relevant sections.                 

 

 

Abstract:

The tools we are delivering are available via the MECCANO Web site at:

http://www-mice.cs.ucl.ac.uk/multimedia/projects/meccano/deliverables/

 

We have documented each of the tools under the headings Acknowledgements, Release Description, Systems Requirements and Installation Guidelines.

 

The deliverable consists of the following tools:

·         AOFwb 1.1b/AOFrec 1.1b

·         FreePhone 3.5 Beta 1

·         Integrated User Interface for Mbone tools

·         MPoll Beta 1.5

·         MultiMON 2.0

·         New Learning Windows NT Audio/Video server

·         NTE 1.5a23

·         RAT 3.0.28

·         Rendez-Vous 1.0.4

·         SDR 2.5a5

·         TeleCanvas 1.0

·         UTG 1.2

·         Vic 2.8

·         Wb 1.60 (1.59 on Linux/FreeBSD)

·         Wbd 1.00s3

 

 

Keyword list:

audio, Mbone, multicast, multimedia conferencing, network monitoring, RTP/2, shared workspace, video, voting

 


 

Project Number: 4007 ( RE)

Project Title: Multimedia Education and Conferencing Collaboration over ATM

                       Networks and Others (MECCANO)

Deliverable Type: (PU/LI/RP)* PU

 

Deliverable Number: D4.2

Contractual Date of Delivery: 31 March 1999

Title of Deliverable: First major release of MECCANO tools

Work-Packages contributing to the Deliverable:  4

Nature of the Deliverable: (PR/RE/SP/TO/OT)**  TO

Author: Roy Bennett, Project Manager, MECCANO

              Those responsible for individual tools are acknowledged in the relevant sections.                 

 

Abstract:

The tools we are delivering:

      AOFwb and AOFrec 1.4                              Rendez-Vous 1.0.6

      AudioGate 0.1                                               SDR 2.6.1

      FreePhone 3.7 Beta 1                                    Wbcontrol 1.0

      RAT 3.0.33 and 4.0.0

are available from the project web site at:

http://www-mice.cs.ucl.ac.uk/multimedia/projects/meccano/deliverables/

 

This document describes the software being delivered. The deliverable constitutes a specific package of software provided at this date. Any improved or bug-fix versions will be made available as necessary by providers of the individual tools. The purpose of the deliverable is to provide versions of the software which have been improved since the start of the project. Some of these versions should be considered as prototype versions (alpha or beta); we consider them to be experimental, although suitable for the user groups which we support where the added functionality is needed. 

 

During the remainder of the project we will continue to improve the tools and will deliver upgraded versions in a further release D4.3, the second major release of MECCANO tools, in March 2000. In the meantime, the most recent versions of the tools in the MECCANO toolset can always be found under Software on the project web site at:

http://www-mice.cs.ucl.ac.uk/multimedia/projects/meccano/

 

We have documented each of the tools under the headings Acknowledgements, Release Description, Systems Requirements and Installation Guidelines.

 

Keyword list:

audio, Mbone, multicast, multimedia conferencing, RTP/2, session announcement, video

Project Number:               Telematics for Research 4007

Project Title:                     Multimedia Education and Conferencing Collaboration over

                                        ATM Networks and Others (MECCANO)

Deliverable Type:              PU

 

Title of Deliverable:         Second major release of MECCANO tools

Deliverable ID:              D4.3

Produced by Workpackage:    4 and 6

Contractual Date of Delivery:   March 31, 2000 Revised delivery date: May 31, 2000

Author(s):     Editors:      T Turletti, INRIA; R Bennett, UCL

             Contributors:       T Cicic, UiO; K Hasler, UCL; P. Kirstein, UCL; J Lienhard, UF;

                                        M Mauve, UM; J Ott, TELES; R Ruchala, ACC

Those responsible for individual tools are acknowledged in the relevant sections.

 

Abstract:

The tools we are delivering:

 

               AOFwb/AOFrec 1.4.5             MURS 2.1                         SAGA

               AudioGate 0.3                          NTE 2.1                             SCS 4.0

               dlb 1.8.3                                  RAT 4.2.6                          SDR 3.0

               IP-PSTN                                 ReLaTe 2.1                        SVDA 2.0

               JMFPlayer                               RTSPC 1.3                        VIC 2.8ucl-1.1.3

 

are available from the project web site at:

http://www-mice.cs.ucl.ac.uk/multimedia/projects/meccano/deliverables/

 

This document describes the software being delivered. The deliverable constitutes a specific package of software provided at this date. Any improved or bug-fix versions may be made available as necessary by providers of the individual tools. The deliverable provides some new tools and improved versions of the software delivered in tool deliverable D4.2. It represents the final development within the project. Some of these versions are still considered to be prototype versions (alpha or beta); although to some extent experimental, they have been used successfully by the user groups which we have supported where the added functionality was needed.

 

The tools are documented under these headings, as appropriate: Introduction, Acknowledgements, Release Description, Systems Requirements, Installation Guidelines and Future work.

 

 

 

 

Keyword list:

audio, IP gateways, Mbone, multicast, multimedia conferencing, multimedia server, RTP/2, session announcement, security, video


 

Project Number:          Telematics for Research 4007

Project Title:                Multimedia Education and Conferencing Collaboration

                            over ATM Networks and Others (MECCANO)

 
 

 

 

 

Title of Deliverable:     Support for network technologies in the MECCANO tools

                             and performance characteristics of          the MECCANO systems

                             and their effect on system parameters

Deliverable ID:           R5.1/5.2

Produced by Workpackage:    5

Contractual Date of Delivery:   March 31, 2000

Editor:                          Colin Perkins

Contributors:             Roy Bennett, Kristian Hasler, Peter Kirstein, Jφrg Ott,

                             Andreas Rozek, Radoslaw Ruchala, Thierry Turletti

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Abstract:

The aim of the MECCANO project was to provide a robust networked multimedia education and conferencing environment, suitable for use over a wide range of network technologies. To cope with the heterogeneity this implies, the Internet Protocol (IP) was adopted as a unifying platform over a range of layer 2 technologies (Ethernet, ATM, direct broadcast satellite, ISDN). Where it is not possible to use native IP, a number of gateways have been developed to other network architectures.

This report describes the underlying network technologies supported and the way in which the tools have been developed to adapt to these technologies. It discusses the performance required of an IP network for the successful use of the MECCANO tools and then reports on the observed performance in the context of IPv4 (unicast and multicast) and IPv6.

Finally the report describes the tool support provided for non-IP networks, such as ISDN, ATM and DBS, and the performance of such networks in the context of MECCANO.

 

 

 

Keyword list:

Multimedia Conferencing, adaptation to network performance, IP-Multicast, IPv6, ATM, DBS, ISDN, PSTN.

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


Project Number: 4007 ( RE)

Project Title: Multimedia Education and Conferencing Collaboration over ATM

                       Networks and Others (MECCANO)

Deliverable Type: (PU/LI/RP)* PU

 

 

Deliverable Number: D6.1

Contractual Date of Delivery: 31 March 1999

Title of Deliverable: The gateways and relays in MECCANO Release 1.

Work-Packages contributing to the Deliverable:  6

Nature of the Deliverable: (PR/RE/SP/TO/OT)**  TO/RE

Authors:   Joerg Ott, Universitaet Bremen, Colin Perkins, UCL    

         

 

 

Abstract:

We describe the gateway architecture being developed in this workpackage as an extension of the Mbus work ongoing in WP7, and the initial demonstrator applications that leverage and build on the media engines developed in WP4. Two demonstrators have been delivered already: the UCL Transcoding Gateway (in D4.1) and AudioGate (in D4.2). We note directions for future work in the area of demonstrators: StarGate and enhanced versions of AudioGate and the UCL Transcoding Gateway.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Keyword list:

demonstrators, gateway, Mbone,  multicast, multimedia conferencing, relay,  videoconferencing

 


 

Project Number: 4007 ( RE)

Project Title: Multimedia Education and Conferencing Collaboration over ATM

                       Networks and Others (MECCANO)

Deliverable Type: (PU/LI/RP)* PU

 

 

Deliverable Number: D7.1

Contractual Date of Delivery: 31 March 1999

Title of Deliverable: The Session Announcement and Management Facilities in

                                  MECCANO Release 1.

Work-Packages contributing to the Deliverable:  7

Nature of the Deliverable: (PR/RE/SP/TO/OT)**  TO/RE

Authors: Colin Perkins, Jφrg Ott & Dirk Kutscher

 

 

Abstract:

This document describes the initial work by MECCANO on session announcement and management facilities. We describe the standards work undertaken by project members, the protocols under development, and the demonstrator applications we are delivering. The major protocol development with MECCANO WP7 is related to the Mbus, although we are also working on SDP, SIP and SAP. The demonstrators are SDR, RAT, FreePhone and AudioGate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Keyword list:

SDP, SAP, SIP, Mbus, RAT, AudioGate.

 


Project Number:               Telematics for Research 4007

Project Title:                     Multimedia Education and Conferencing Collaboration over

                                                ATM Networks and Others (MECCANO)

Deliverable Type:              PU

 

Title of Deliverable:         Session announcement, management facilities, gateways and

                                        relays in MECCANO Release 2

 

Deliverable ID:              D6.2/7.2

 

Produced by Workpackage:    4, 6 and 7

 

Contractual Date of Delivery:   March 31, 2000 Revised delivery date: May 31, 2000

 

Author(s):      Editor:      J Ott, UB/TZI

             Contributors:       O Bergmann, UB/TZI; T Cicic, UIO; M Germeier, UB/TZI;

                                        K Hasler, UCL; P Kirstein, UCL; D Kutscher, UB/TZI;

                                        C Perkins, UCL; N Pollem UB/TZI; R Ruchala, ACC;

                                        S Sψrlie, UIO; E Whelan, UCL

 

Abstract:

 

This document combines MECCANO deliverables D6.2 and D7.2 to avoid repetition of the closely related work items. It describes the MECCANO work on conference control and gateway development, showing the close relation between them.

 

A key development has been the completion of the first revision of the Message Bus system protocol specifications, extensively implemented in the gateways and in other tools. MECCANO has played an active role in control protocol development in both the IETF and ITU-T.

 

The deliverable follows the structure of D7.1 to enable easy tracking of the significant achievements reached in the project. We begin by relating this deliverable to the others which describe or discuss the toolset. Following a summary of our activities in international standards bodies, we describe the various implementations carried out as part of MECCANO, divided into two main sections – demonstrator applications relating to the standards work in Workpackage 7 and the gateways developed in Workpackage 6, some aspects of which also demonstrate the standards developments. In view of the level of detail provided, some of the protocol descriptions and the finer points of the implementations are provided in appendices. We end with conclusions and an indication of possible future work in this area. The software itself is delivered in D4.3, Second major release of MECCANO tools.

 

 

 

Keyword list:

Audio, IP gateways, H.323, Mbone, multicast, multimedia conferencing, multimedia server, RTP/2, session announcement, security, video


Project Number:           Telematics for Research 4007

 

Project Title:                 Multimedia Education and Conferencing Collaboration

                            over ATM Networks and Others (MECCANO)

 
 

 

 

 

 

 


Title of Deliverable:               Description of, and conclusions from, the

                                      seminars carried out in the first year.

 

Deliverable ID:                    R8.1

 

Produced by Workpackage:     WP8

 

Contractual Date of Delivery:   March 31, 1999

 

Author(s):                          Kjell Εge Bringsrud and Tarik Cicic,

                                      University of Oslo

 

 

Abstract:

 

The MECCANO project is building on the results of the MERCI project, but is integrating further technology components into the tools to improve their utility for multimedia collaboration.

 

The tools used by the project are proven in the activities of the validation workpage (WP8, Consolidation of Applications); the feedback from these activities is used to improve the tools. A vital aspect of these activities is the use of the tools under the "real" conditions of remote lecturing, seminars and distributed virtual meetings.

 

This deliverable describes several examples of the use of the MECCANO multimedia conferencing tools in such activities during the first ten months of the project, together with comments on and snap shots of the actual events.

 

Keyword list:

 

Multimedia Conferencing, Seminars, Distance Education, Mbone

 

Title of Deliverable:                           Description of, and conclusions from, the

                                        seminars carried out in the second year.

 

Deliverable:                                R8.2

 

Produced by Workpackage:       WP8

 

Contractual Date of Delivery:      June 2000

 

Author(s):                                  Kjell Εge Bringsrud and Tarik Cicic,

                                        University of Oslo

 
Text Box: Project Number: 	Telematics for Research 4007

Project Title:	Multimedia Education and Conferencing Collaboration 
	over ATM Networks and Others (MECCANO)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Abstract:

 

The MECCANO project built on the results of the MERCI project, further integrating technology components into the tools to improve their utility for multimedia collaboration.

 

The tools used by the project were proven in the activities of the validation workpackage (WP8, Consolidation of Applications); the feedback from these activities was used to improve the tools.

 

A vital aspect of these activities was the use of the tools under the “real” conditions of remote lecturing, seminars and distributed virtual meetings. This deliverable describes several examples of the use of the MECCANO multimedia conferencing tools in such activities during the second year of the project, together with comments on, and snap shots of, the actual events.

 

Keyword list:

 

Multimedia Conferencing, Seminars, Distance Education, Mbone.

 

Keyword list:

 

Multimedia Conferencing, Seminars, Distance Education, Mbone.

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Project Number:          Telematics for Research 4007

Project Title:                Multimedia Education and Conferencing Collaboration

                            over ATM Networks and Others (MECCANO)

 
 

 

 

 

Title of Deliverable:              The support provided to validation projects during

                                      Year 1 (June 1998 – May 1999).

Deliverable ID:                    R9.1

Produced by Workpackage:   9

Contractual Date of Delivery:   May 31, 1999

Author(s):             Editor:     Roy Bennett, University College London

                  Contributors:     Igor Bokun, ACC; John Robinson, CRC;

                                      Jφrg Ott, TELES;        

                                      Roy Bennett & Peter Kirstein, UCL.

 

 

 

 

Abstract:

 

The MECCANO project, building on the results of the MERCI project, is further improving the MERCI toolkit to provide a better environment for multimedia collaboration.

The tools used by the project, whether developed by MECCANO or from other sources, are proven within the project by the activities of WP8, Consolidation of Applications. Further validation and important user feedback is provided by those projects and users using the MECCANO tools in their work. Some we actively support as part of WP9, Support for Validation Sites. In this document we report on the work of supporting our users during the first year of the project.

The projects we have supported have used the tools under the real conditions for remote teaching, seminars and distributed virtual meetings. We describe the work of the supported projects and the progress that has been made by them and by us.

 

Keyword list:

Multimedia Conferencing, Distance Education, Mbone, User support, Validation.

 
 


 

 

Project Number:          Telematics for Research 4007

Project Title:                Multimedia Education and Conferencing Collaboration

                            over ATM Networks and Others (MECCANO)

 
 

 

 

 

 


Title of Deliverable:               The support provided to validation projects during Year 2

                                                (June 1999 – May 2000).

Deliverable ID:                    R9.2

Produced by Workpackage:    9

Contractual Date of Delivery:   May 31, 2000

Author(s):             Editor:     Roy Bennett, University College London

                      Contributors:      Kjell Εge Bringsrund, UiO;  Jochen Lienhard, UF;

                                                Andreas Rozek, RUS; Jφrg Ott, TELES;

                                                Radoslaw Ruchala, ACC

                                       

 

 

 

Abstract:

The MECCANO project has, during its second year, continued to further improve its multimedia conferencing toolkit for multimedia collaboration.

The tools used by the project, whether developed by MECCANO or from other sources, are proven within the project by the activities of WP8, Consolidation of Applications. Further validation and important user feedback is provided by those projects and users using the MECCANO tools in their work. Some we actively support as part of WP9, Support for Validation Sites. In this document we report on the work of supporting these users during the second year of the project.

The projects we support use the tools under the real conditions for remote teaching, seminars and distributed virtual meetings. We describe the work of these projects and the progress that has been made by them and by us.

 

Keyword list:

Multimedia Conferencing, Distance Education, Mbone, User support, Validation.

 

Appendix B

Information dissemination materials

 

 

Table of content

 

The project brochure

Latest version – January 2000                                                                                    16

Special version for WTC2000 demonstration                                                                18

Web page printouts

Project home page                                                                                                     19

Prosoma showcase entry                                                                                            23

Posters (original A1)

Steps to achieving secure conferencing                                                                       30

Secure conferencing using SCS                                                                                  31

Other brochures

Secure conferencing                                                                                                  32

Accessing Mbone sessions over N-ISDN                                                                    33

 

 


The project brochure

Latest version - January 2000

Figure 1: MECCANO tools handout – front


 

Figure 2: MECCANO tools handout - reverse

 


WTC200 demonstration handout

 

Figure 3: WTC2000 demonstration handout

 


Web page printouts

Project home page

 

 

Figure 4: MECCANO Home Page 1 of 4

 


 

 

 

Figure 5: MECCANO Home Page 2 of 4

 


 

 

 

Figure 6: MECCANO Home Page 3 of 4


 

 

 

Figure 7: MECCANO Home Page 4 of 4

 


Prosoma showcase entry

 

 

 

 

 

Figure 8: Prosoma showcase entry 1 of 7

 

 

 

 

 

Figure 9: Prosoma showcase entry 2 of 7

 


 

 

 

 

 

Figure 10: Prosoma showcase entry 3 of 7

 


 

 

 

 

 

Figure 11: Prosoma showcase entry 4 of 7

 


 

 

 

 

 

Figure 12: Prosoma showcase entry 5 of 7

 


 

 

 

 

 

Figure 13: Prosoma showcase entry 6 of 7

 


 

 

 

 

 

Figure 14: Prosoma showcase entry 7 of 7

 

 


Posters

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Other brochures

Secure conferencing

 

 


Accessing Mbone sessions over N-ISDN

 


 

 

 

 


Appendix C

Contract Management Information

 

The project used a modified and improved version of the web-based project management reporting system developed for the MERCI Project (RE1007). This system allowed partners to report on their contributions to their workpackages and the workpackage leaders to summarise these for the Management and Progress Reports submitted to the project officer by project management.

 

Table of content

 

1. Initial page                                                                                                                     36

2. Partner reporting selection page                                                                                     37

3. Partner report                                                                                                                38

4. Workpackage reporting selection page                                                                           39

5. Workpackage report                                                                                                     40

6. Summary partner report – current and cumulative pms                                                    42

7. Summary report of current pms                                                                                      43

 


The initial page


The partner reporting selection page

 


Partner report

This is an example of the report created by each partner each period. The individual workpackage input is presented to the workpackage leaders to enable them to develop their workpackage reports.

 

 


The workpackage reporting selection page

 

 


Workpackage report

This is an example of the report for each workpackage for each period. It is completed by the workpackage leader by reference to the partner reports of each partner on the workpackage.

The report is presented in two parts.

 


 

 

 


Summary partner report - current and cumulative pms

This management report which can be produced for any partner for any periods.

Text Box: Summary of pds reporting for UCL
Tue Sep  5  17:11

Period ----WP1---- ----WP2---- ----WP3---- ----WP4---- ----WP5---- ----WP6---- ----WP7---- ----WP8---- ----WP9----  ----TOTAL----
        CUR   CUM   CUR   CUM   CUR   CUM   CUR   CUM   CUR   CUM   CUR   CUM   CUR   CUM   CUR   CUM   CUR   CUM    CUR     CUM
1       0.50  0.50  0.70  0.70  0.10  0.10  0.65  0.65  0.35  0.35              0.10  0.10   No file    0.05  0.05   2.45    2.45
2       1.74  2.24  1.30  2.00  0.25  0.35  0.98  1.63        0.35              0.20  0.30   No file    0.05  0.10   4.52    6.97
3       1.93  4.17  1.47  3.47  0.20  0.55  1.90  3.53  0.50  0.85  0.75  0.75  0.60  0.90   No file    0.45  0.55   7.80   14.77
4       2.01  6.18  1.49  4.96  0.30  0.85  2.31  5.84  1.36  2.21  0.45  1.20  0.16  1.06   No file    0.73  1.28   8.81   23.58
5       1.17  7.35  1.57  6.53  0.59  1.44  3.09  8.93  0.55  2.76        1.20  0.31  1.37   No file    0.53  1.81   7.81   31.39
6       1.52  8.87  0.41  6.94  0.52  1.96  3.58 12.51  0.22  2.98  0.13  1.33  0.87  2.24  0.15  0.15  0.40  2.21   7.80   39.19
7       1.35 10.22  1.43  8.37  1.04  3.00  2.40 14.91        2.98  0.29  1.62  0.78  3.02  0.07  0.22  0.44  2.65   7.80   46.99
8       0.59 10.81  0.63  9.00  0.96  3.96  2.12 17.03  0.05  3.03        1.62  2.04  5.06  0.05  0.27  0.80  3.45   7.24   54.23
9       1.51 12.32  1.50 10.50  0.52  4.48  1.89 18.92  0.10  3.13  0.36  1.98  1.62  6.68        0.27  0.30  3.75   7.80   62.03
10      2.28 14.60  0.83 11.33  0.16  4.64  1.96 20.88  0.79  3.92        1.98  1.42  8.10  0.05  0.32  0.32  4.07   7.81   69.84
11      1.18 15.78  1.78 13.11  0.54  5.18  2.44 23.32  0.62  4.54  0.43  2.41  0.63  8.73        0.32  0.18  4.25   7.80   77.64
12      1.81 17.59  2.66 15.77  0.16  5.34  0.92 24.24  0.43  4.97  1.30  3.71  0.26  8.99  0.07  0.39  0.20  4.45   7.81   85.45

TOTALS 17.59       15.77        5.34       24.24        4.97        3.71        8.99        0.39        4.45        85.45
Summary report of current pms

 

This summary is in a file produced by the system and inserted into the Mnagement report table for the relevant period.

 

 

0.59,  0.63,  0.96,  2.12,  0.05,  0.00,  2.04,  0.05,  0.80,   7.24

,      ,      ,      ,      ,      ,      ,  0.40,      ,   0.40

,      ,      ,  1.50,  0.50,      ,  1.50,  0.00,  0.50,   4.00

,      ,      ,      ,  0.00,      ,      ,  0.00,  0.00,   0.00

,      ,  2.00,      ,      ,      ,      ,  1.00,      ,   3.00

,  0.25,      ,  1.00,  0.75,      ,      ,      ,      ,   2.00

,      ,  0.30,  0.40,  0.10,      ,  0.30,  0.40,      ,   1.50

,      ,      ,  0.00,  0.00,      ,  0.00,      ,  0.00,   0.00

,  0.12,      ,  0.96,  0.66,      ,      ,  0.18,      ,   1.92

,      ,      ,  1.00,      ,      ,      ,      ,      ,   1.00

,      ,      ,  1.00,      ,      ,      ,      ,      ,   1.00

,      ,      ,      ,      ,      ,      ,  1.00,      ,   1.00

,  0.35,      ,  0.15,      ,  0.95,      ,      ,  0.00,   1.45

,  0.00,      ,      ,      ,  0.55,  1.00,      ,      ,   1.55

,      ,      ,      ,  0.00,      ,      ,      ,      ,   0.00

,      ,      ,      ,      ,      ,      ,  0.00,      ,   0.00

,      ,      ,      ,  0.00,      ,      ,      ,      ,   0.00

 0.59,  1.35,  3.26,  8.13,  2.06,  1.50,  4.84,  3.03,  1.30,  26.06

 

 



* Type: PU - public, LI - limited, RP - restricted

** Nature: PR - Prototype, RE - Report, SP - Specification, TO - Tool, OT - Other

* Type: PU - public, LI - limited, RP - restricted

** Nature: PR - Prototype, RE - Report, SP - Specification, TO - Tool, OT - Other

* Type: PU - public, LI - limited, RP - restricted

** Nature: PR - Prototype, RE - Report, SP - Specification, TO - Tool, OT - Other

* Type: PU - public, LI - limited, RP - restricted

** Nature: PR - Prototype, RE - Report, SP - Specification, TO - Tool, OT - Other