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InterOpMay2005 Theory




Agenda

First we'll have some presentations, each about 15 minutes:

1. Dave De Young on activities regarding a data repository for theory simulations in the USA.

2. Enrique Solano: "TSAP: a VO-protocol to access theoretical data. Application to PGos3" (see http://ov.inaoep.mx/)

3. Laurie Shaw on data model and UCDs for theory (see his papers at the theory TWiki site

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4. Gerard Lemson: theory VO activities in Germany(see www.g-vo.org/mpasims, www.g-vo.org/planck, www.g-vo.org/hydrosims, or http://gavows2.xray.mpe.mpg.de:8080/hydrosims in case the public site is not up yet). Upon request I will also present work done by the groups at JHU/Hungary on theory spectra

5. Philippe Prugniel: Model and Access requirement for spectral-modelling services: Projects in VO-France

These presentations about cover the subjects proposed in the email below, with some emphasis on theory spectra, which clearly is of interest for a number of people. I propose to have discussions about these subjects in the remainder of the session. In particular we should discuss:

1. Publishing theory datasets:, how to archive them, how to wrap them with web services them available.

2. Models for metadata describing these datasets. Here we may pay special attention to theory spectra, as it is closest to the data model that is developed furthest in the DM/DAL working groups, but offers different requirements. It would be good if representatives of these working groups could attend this meeting.

3. Making theory services/application available online, both for analysing/visualising these datasets and simulators for creating new ones. Here we should address interoperability, how to tie different services together. And we should pay special attention to the interaction between observational and theoretical services. I can discuss efforts that GAVO is involved in with both theorists and observers around Munich and in various collaborations that have this as their goal. It would be good if within the IVOA we could organize some similar projects.



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InterOpMay2005 Theory




Participants

Agenda

First we'll have some presentations, each about 15 minutes:

1. Dave De Young on activities regarding a data repository for theory simulations in the USA.

2. Enrique Solano: "TSAP: a VO-protocol to access theoretical data. Application to PGos3" (see http://ov.inaoep.mx/)

3. Laurie Shaw on data model and UCDs for theory (see his papers at the theory TWiki site http://www.ivoa.net/twiki/bin/view/IVOA/IvoaTheory) and/or webservices for producing SZ maps and comparig them to observations.

4. Gerard Lemson: theory VO activities in Germany(see www.g-vo.org/mpasims, www.g-vo.org/planck, www.g-vo.org/hydrosims, or http://gavows2.xray.mpe.mpg.de:8080/hydrosims in case the public site is not up yet). Upon request I will also present work done by the groups at JHU/Hungary on theory spectra

5. Philippe Prugniel: Model and Access requirement for spectral-modelling services: Projects in VO-France

These presentations about cover the subjects proposed in the email below, with some emphasis on theory spectra, which clearly is of interest for a number of people. I propose to have discussions about these subjects in the remainder of the session. In particular we should discuss:

1. Publishing theory datasets:, how to archive them, how to wrap them with web services them available.

2. Models for metadata describing these datasets. Here we may pay special attention to theory spectra, as it is closest to the data model that is developed furthest in the DM/DAL working groups, but offers different requirements. It would be good if representatives of these working groups could attend this meeting.

3. Making theory services/application available online, both for analysing/visualising these datasets and simulators for creating new ones. Here we should address interoperability, how to tie different services together. And we should pay special attention to the interaction between observational and theoretical services. I can discuss efforts that GAVO is involved in with both theorists and observers around Munich and in various collaborations that have this as their goal. It would be good if within the IVOA we could organize some similar projects.

Timetable

Time Work Pkg Content Leader

Materials and notes from the work group and plenary sessions


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InterOpMay2005 Theory




Agenda

First we'll have some presentations, each about 15 minutes:

1. Dave De Young on activities regarding a data repository for theory simulations in the USA.

2. Enrique Solano: "TSAP: a VO-protocol to access theoretical data. Application to PGos3" (see http://ov.inaoep.mx/)

3. Laurie Shaw on data model and UCDs for theory (see his papers at the theory TWiki site http://www.ivoa.net/twiki/bin/view/IVOA/IvoaTheory) and/or webservices for producing SZ maps and comparig them to observations.

4. Gerard Lemson: theory VO activities in Germany(see www.g-vo.org/mpasims, www.g-vo.org/planck, www.g-vo.org/hydrosims, or http://gavows2.xray.mpe.mpg.de:8080/hydrosims in case the public site is not up yet). Upon request I will also present work done by the groups at JHU/Hungary on theory spectra

5. Philippe Prugniel: Model and Access requirement for spectral-modelling services: Projects in VO-France

These presentations about cover the subjects proposed in the email below, with some emphasis on theory spectra, which clearly is of interest for a number of people. I propose to have discussions about these subjects in the remainder of the session. In particular we should discuss:

1. Publishing theory datasets:, how to archive them, how to wrap them with web services them available.

2. Models for metadata describing these datasets. Here we may pay special attention to theory spectra, as it is closest to the data model that is developed furthest in the DM/DAL working groups, but offers different requirements. It would be good if representatives of these working groups could attend this meeting.

3. Making theory services/application available online, both for analysing/visualising these datasets and simulators for creating new ones. Here we should address interoperability, how to tie different services together. And we should pay special attention to the interaction between observational and theoretical services. I can discuss efforts that GAVO is involved in with both theorists and observers around Munich and in various collaborations that have this as their goal. It would be good if within the IVOA we could organize some similar projects.



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META FILEATTACHMENT attr="" comment="FITS cube of magnetic pressure in jet simulation" date="1116464448" name="cube1" path="cube1" size="2007360" user="JonathanMcDowell" version="1.1"
META FILEATTACHMENT attr="" comment="Same cube, ZXY instead of XYZ" date="1116465472" name="cube2" path="cube2" size="2007360" user="JonathanMcDowell" version="1.1"

Revision 42005-05-19 - JonathanMcDowell

 
META TOPICPARENT name="InterOpMay2005"

InterOpMay2005 Theory




Participants

Agenda

First we'll have some presentations, each about 15 minutes:

1. Dave De Young on activities regarding a data repository for theory simulations in the USA.

2. Enrique Solano: "TSAP: a VO-protocol to access theoretical data. Application to PGos3" (see http://ov.inaoep.mx/)

3. Laurie Shaw on data model and UCDs for theory (see his papers at the theory TWiki site http://www.ivoa.net/twiki/bin/view/IVOA/IvoaTheory) and/or webservices for producing SZ maps and comparig them to observations.

4. Gerard Lemson: theory VO activities in Germany(see www.g-vo.org/mpasims, www.g-vo.org/planck, www.g-vo.org/hydrosims, or http://gavows2.xray.mpe.mpg.de:8080/hydrosims in case the public site is not up yet). Upon request I will also present work done by the groups at JHU/Hungary on theory spectra

5. Philippe Prugniel: Model and Access requirement for spectral-modelling services: Projects in VO-France

These presentations about cover the subjects proposed in the email below, with some emphasis on theory spectra, which clearly is of interest for a number of people. I propose to have discussions about these subjects in the remainder of the session. In particular we should discuss:

1. Publishing theory datasets:, how to archive them, how to wrap them with web services them available.

2. Models for metadata describing these datasets. Here we may pay special attention to theory spectra, as it is closest to the data model that is developed furthest in the DM/DAL working groups, but offers different requirements. It would be good if representatives of these working groups could attend this meeting.

3. Making theory services/application available online, both for analysing/visualising these datasets and simulators for creating new ones. Here we should address interoperability, how to tie different services together. And we should pay special attention to the interaction between observational and theoretical services. I can discuss efforts that GAVO is involved in with both theorists and observers around Munich and in various collaborations that have this as their goal. It would be good if within the IVOA we could organize some similar projects.

Timetable

Time Work Pkg Content Leader

Materials and notes from the work group and plenary sessions



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META FILEATTACHMENT attr="" comment="FITS cube of magnetic pressure in jet simulation" date="1116464448" name="cube1" path="cube1" size="2007360" user="JonathanMcDowell" version="1.1"
META FILEATTACHMENT attr="" comment="Same cube, ZXY instead of XYZ" date="1116465472" name="cube2" path="cube2" size="2007360" user="JonathanMcDowell" version="1.1"
 

Revision 32005-05-17 - GerardLemson

 
META TOPICPARENT name="InterOpMay2005"

InterOpMay2005 Theory




Participants

Agenda

First we'll have some presentations, each about 15 minutes:

1. Dave De Young on activities regarding a data repository for theory simulations in the USA.

Changed:
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2. Enrique Solano: PGos3, a prototype for synthetic spectra and evolutionary model computation in the VO (see http://ov.inaoep.mx/)
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2. Enrique Solano: "TSAP: a VO-protocol to access theoretical data. Application to PGos3" (see http://ov.inaoep.mx/)
  3. Laurie Shaw on data model and UCDs for theory (see his papers at the theory TWiki site http://www.ivoa.net/twiki/bin/view/IVOA/IvoaTheory) and/or webservices for producing SZ maps and comparig them to observations.

4. Gerard Lemson: theory VO activities in Germany(see www.g-vo.org/mpasims, www.g-vo.org/planck, www.g-vo.org/hydrosims, or http://gavows2.xray.mpe.mpg.de:8080/hydrosims in case the public site is not up yet). Upon request I will also present work done by the groups at JHU/Hungary on theory spectra

5. Philippe Prugniel: Model and Access requirement for spectral-modelling services: Projects in VO-France

These presentations about cover the subjects proposed in the email below, with some emphasis on theory spectra, which clearly is of interest for a number of people. I propose to have discussions about these subjects in the remainder of the session. In particular we should discuss:

1. Publishing theory datasets:, how to archive them, how to wrap them with web services them available.

2. Models for metadata describing these datasets. Here we may pay special attention to theory spectra, as it is closest to the data model that is developed furthest in the DM/DAL working groups, but offers different requirements. It would be good if representatives of these working groups could attend this meeting.

3. Making theory services/application available online, both for analysing/visualising these datasets and simulators for creating new ones. Here we should address interoperability, how to tie different services together. And we should pay special attention to the interaction between observational and theoretical services. I can discuss efforts that GAVO is involved in with both theorists and observers around Munich and in various collaborations that have this as their goal. It would be good if within the IVOA we could organize some similar projects.

Timetable

Time Work Pkg Content Leader

Materials and notes from the work group and plenary sessions



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Revision 22005-05-12 - GerardLemson

 
META TOPICPARENT name="InterOpMay2005"

InterOpMay2005 Theory




Participants

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Agenda

First we'll have some presentations, each about 15 minutes:

1. Dave De Young on activities regarding a data repository for theory simulations in the USA.

2. Enrique Solano: PGos3, a prototype for synthetic spectra and evolutionary model computation in the VO (see http://ov.inaoep.mx/)

3. Laurie Shaw on data model and UCDs for theory (see his papers at the theory TWiki site http://www.ivoa.net/twiki/bin/view/IVOA/IvoaTheory) and/or webservices for producing SZ maps and comparig them to observations.

4. Gerard Lemson: theory VO activities in Germany(see www.g-vo.org/mpasims, www.g-vo.org/planck, www.g-vo.org/hydrosims, or http://gavows2.xray.mpe.mpg.de:8080/hydrosims in case the public site is not up yet). Upon request I will also present work done by the groups at JHU/Hungary on theory spectra

5. Philippe Prugniel: Model and Access requirement for spectral-modelling services: Projects in VO-France

These presentations about cover the subjects proposed in the email below, with some emphasis on theory spectra, which clearly is of interest for a number of people. I propose to have discussions about these subjects in the remainder of the session. In particular we should discuss:

1. Publishing theory datasets:, how to archive them, how to wrap them with web services them available.

2. Models for metadata describing these datasets. Here we may pay special attention to theory spectra, as it is closest to the data model that is developed furthest in the DM/DAL working groups, but offers different requirements. It would be good if representatives of these working groups could attend this meeting.

3. Making theory services/application available online, both for analysing/visualising these datasets and simulators for creating new ones. Here we should address interoperability, how to tie different services together. And we should pay special attention to the interaction between observational and theoretical services. I can discuss efforts that GAVO is involved in with both theorists and observers around Munich and in various collaborations that have this as their goal. It would be good if within the IVOA we could organize some similar projects.

 

Timetable

Time Work Pkg Content Leader

Materials and notes from the work group and plenary sessions



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Revision 12004-12-08 - MarcoLeoni

 
META TOPICPARENT name="InterOpMay2005"

InterOpMay2005 Theory




Participants

Timetable

Time Work Pkg Content Leader

Materials and notes from the work group and plenary sessions



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