The newest generation of JPL imaging experiments, the Cassini Imaging Science Subsystem, required calibration analysis effort beyond that of its predecessor instruments. This called for streamlining the data reduction process with automation and flexibility while using software inherited from support of the Galileo Solid State Imaging instrument. A set of enhancements was implemented which automated many tasks, tracked their inputs and outputs and generated easily distributable products.
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