16 September 2004 Moor: web access to end-to-end data flow information at ESO
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All ESO Science Operations teams operate on Observing Runs, loosely defined as blocks of observing time on a specific instrument. Observing Runs are submitted as part of an Observing Proposal and executed in Service or Visitor Mode. As an Observing Run progresses through its life-cycle, more and more information gets associated to it: Referee reports, feasibility and technical evaluations, constraints, pre-observation data, science and calibration frames, etc. The Manager of Observing Runs project (Moor) will develop a system to collect operational information in a database, offer integrated access to information stored in several independent databases, and allow HTML-based navigation over the whole information set. Some Moor services are also offered as extensions to, or complemented by, existing desktop applications.
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Alberto Maurizio Chavan, Alberto Maurizio Chavan, Michele Peron, Michele Peron, Judith Anwunah, Judith Anwunah, Tim Canavan, Tim Canavan, Dario Dorigo, Dario Dorigo, Nick Kornweibel, Nick Kornweibel, Fabio Sogni, Fabio Sogni, } "Moor: web access to end-to-end data flow information at ESO", Proc. SPIE 5493, Optimizing Scientific Return for Astronomy through Information Technologies, (16 September 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.551130; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.551130
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