2 August 2016 Towards integrated modelling: full image simulations for WEAVE
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We present an integrated end-end simulation of the spectral images that will be obtained by the weave spectrograph, which aims to include full modelling of all effects from the top of the atmosphere to the detector. These data are based in input spectra from a combination of library spectra and synthetic models, and will be used to provide inputs for an endend test of the full weave data pipeline and archive systems, prior to 1st light of the instrument.
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Gavin Dalton, Gavin Dalton, Sun Jeong Ham, Sun Jeong Ham, Scott Trager, Scott Trager, Don Carlos Abrams, Don Carlos Abrams, Piercarlo Bonifacio, Piercarlo Bonifacio, J. Alfonso L. Aguerri, J. Alfonso L. Aguerri, Kevin Middleton, Kevin Middleton, Chris Benn, Chris Benn, Kevin Rogers, Kevin Rogers, Remko Stuik, Remko Stuik, Esperanza Carrasco, Esperanza Carrasco, Antonella Vallenari, Antonella Vallenari, Shoko Jin, Shoko Jin, Jim Lewis, Jim Lewis, "Towards integrated modelling: full image simulations for WEAVE", Proc. SPIE 9913, Software and Cyberinfrastructure for Astronomy IV, 99132X (2 August 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2232768; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2232768


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