6 December 2005 Network control system of LAMOST telescope (Invited Paper)
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Proceedings Volume 6052, Optomechatronic Systems Control; 605209 (2005) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.640498
Event: Optomechatronic Technologies 2005, 2005, Sapporo, Japan
Abstract
The ongoing Chinese ever-ambitious project of Large Sky Area Multi-Object Fiber Spectroscopic Telescope (LAMOST) has brought about a tremendous challenge for the control engineers. To the bottom line the giant 4-meter class ground telescope is a comprehensive optomechatronic platform to achieve high performance and functionality, such as its capability of observing 4000 stars simultaneously, which will set a world record in contemporary ground survey telescopes. This paper outlines the R&D stages of the control system for the project along with its integrated strategy of optomechatronic components in general and network control framework in particular. The approach is to make a careful investigation with respect to the time crucialness for execution of different tasks so as to utilize different networks. However, the overall network framework is based on a distributed platform, hierarchical structure and open architecture to boost the flexibility. Vigorous study has been invested and a number of cutting edge techniques have been applied to meet the tough network control requirements, such as real-time database, powerful interfaces, sophisticated controllers, remote control, etc.
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Lingzhe Xu, Xinqi Xu, "Network control system of LAMOST telescope (Invited Paper)", Proc. SPIE 6052, Optomechatronic Systems Control, 605209 (6 December 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.640498; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.640498
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