[Idnet] A mini note for IETF-100 close door meeting

yanshen <yanshen@huawei.com> Wed, 06 December 2017 10:00 UTC

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Hi all,

During IETF-100, we had a short close door meeting in Singapore and had a discussion about the standard work next step.

I have uploaded the whiteboard picture at: https://github.com/Yarchmage/idnet/blob/master/ietf100idnetclosedoormeeting.jpg

A mini note as following:

1.       Request input for ML vs dataset and policy. Which one is better for standard work?

2.       Description of output. How to "translate" the numeric output of algorithm into network configuration/parameters/... ?

3.       Evaluation. E.g. how to define the intent "low delay" from the view of network? So that we can deal with the input and output.

4.       Dataset. A unification/transition of data? YANG model?

Do you have thoughts about these questions?