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security information in them at all, requiring the use of an alternative mechanism to bind name and identity. We believe this is critical as Grids become widespread and consist of thousands of diverse organizations. Second, binding resolvers in OGSA currently are location- and protocol-speci c, severely reducing the exibility of the name-resolving process. To address these issues, Avaki has proposed the Secure Grid Naming Protocol (SGNP) [11] to the Global Grid Forum (GGF) as an open standard for naming in Grids. SGNP ts quite well with OGSA, and we are actively working with IBM and others within the GGF working group process to nd the best solution for naming. It is interesting to note the similarity of Legion to OGSI. Both architectures have at their core the notion of named entities that interact using method calls. Both use multilayer naming schemes and re ective interface discovery and defer to user-de ned objects how those names will be bound, providing for a wide variety of implementations and semantics. The similarity is not a surprise as both draw on the same distributed systems literature. As for security, at this juncture there is no security model in OGSA. This is a shortcoming that we certainly expect to remedy soon at least as far as authentication and data integrity. The Globus group [21] has a long history in this area [22]. The Avaki security model was designed to be exible, and has identity included in names. Further, the Avaki model has a notion of access control through replaceable modules called MayI that implement access control. The default policy is access control lists. There are many nonarchitectural differences between Avaki and OGSA Avaki is a complete, implemented system with a wealth of services. OGSA is a core architectural proposal not a complete system. It is expected that higher-level interfaces and components will be added to the basic OGSA substrate over a period of time at GGF. Finally, at Avaki we are fully committed to OGSI moving forward. We feel strongly that a foundation of good standards will accelerate the development of the Grid market and bene t everybody in the community, both users and producers of Grid software.
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The classical view of light is that of two coupled, mutually perpendicular oscillating elds (electric and magnetic) that propagate together. Typically, the behaviour of either eld can be de ned in terms of a vector known as the electric vector (E) and the magnetic vector (B) respectively (Figure 4.5). The behaviour of the electric vector is critical to electronic spectroscopy and to optical activity. Therefore, we will just concentrate on the electric vector for now. In the normal course of events, the electric vector may oscillate in any plane perpendicular to the direction of propagation. Plane polarised light is generated by means of a polariser, which restricts electric vector oscillation to a single plane (Figure 4.5). When two beams of plane polarised light are combined 90 ( /2) out of phase with respect to each other the two electric vectors combine to form a single electric vector that precesses around the direction of propagation mapping out a pathway that takes on the appearance of either a left- or right-hand corkscrew. Provided that both electric vectors are of equal magnitude then the result is either left- (EL ) or right-hand (ER ) circularly polarised light. If the electric vectors are of unequal magnitude then the corkscrew becomes asymmetric and the result is either left- or right-hand elliptically polarised light respectively (Figure 4.5).
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