Now that I’m using a device with a real keyboard and can poke around:
go to this page:
The last item in the section titled “System Documentation” is TB-2014-012, “Academy Color Encoding System (ACES) Version 1.0 Component Names”. That tells you what things are officially called now, but also identifies older names you may come across.
There are no names in the version history nor is there any acknowledgments section but I am pretty sure this was largely or wholly the work of Scott Dyer at the Academy, who deserves a lot of praise for pulling this together.
As for your goal, ACES is a good tool for color matching the output of various cameras. The importance of matching noise characteristics, dynamic range, and so on depends on your content, and in any case is outside the scope of ACES.