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Revision 112014-06-23 - MarkAllen

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaSciencePriorities"

Focus Session on Multi-dimensional Data

Tuesday May 20

IVOA Interoperability Meeting, May 2014

Schedule Page

Time Speaker Topic Materials
Tuesday 10h-11h30      
10h00 Mark Allen Introduction pdf
10h10 SÚverin Gaudet IVOA approach to multi-d data pdf
10h25 Joe Lazio Prototypes and Next Steps pdf
10h40 Brian Glendenning NRAO pdf
10h50 Mark Kettenis JIVE/VLBI pdf
11h00 Michael Wise LOFAR pdf
11h10 Ruben Garcia-Benito CALIFA pdf
11h20 Willem-Jan Vriend MUSE pdf
       
Tuesday 15h-16h30      
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15h00 Rachel Osten (via WebEx) JWST  
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15h00 Rachel Osten (via WebEx) JWST pdf
 
15h10 Lindsay Magnus SA^3, MeerKAT pdf
15h20 Panel Discussion    

The Virtual Observatory (VO) is a framework for interoperable and efficient access to astronomical data and services across all areas of astronomy. The International Virtual Observatory Alliance (IVOA) is an alliance of worldwide VO projects that develops the required standards and coordinates global aspects of the infrastructure.

The definition of standards to enable the use of "Multi-dimensional Data” in the VO is a high priority for IVOA in 2014. A Focus Session at the May 2014 IVOA Interoperability Meeting in Madrid is intended to make significant progress in this area.

This follows the focus sessions at the 2013 Interoperability Meeting in Heidelberg in which members of the broader astronomical community were invited to summarise the kinds of data that they anticipate generating and their needs for making those data available through the VO. The multi-dimensional data focus session provided key input to the IVOA, helping to define the initial directions for development efforts, and members of the IVOA have been developing software and protocols to describe and access multi-dimensional data within the VO.


The topics of this focus session at the 2014 May IVOA Interoperability Meeting include

  • Summary of the progress towards the protocols and prototype implementations

  • Identification of the next steps in the widespread adoption of the IVOA standards and services.

  • Description of the additional functionality or enhancements likely to be needed.
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Revision 102014-06-03 - MarkAllen

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaSciencePriorities"

Focus Session on Multi-dimensional Data

Tuesday May 20

IVOA Interoperability Meeting, May 2014

Schedule Page

Time Speaker Topic Materials
Tuesday 10h-11h30      
10h00 Mark Allen Introduction pdf
10h10 SÚverin Gaudet IVOA approach to multi-d data pdf
10h25 Joe Lazio Prototypes and Next Steps pdf
10h40 Brian Glendenning NRAO pdf
10h50 Mark Kettenis JIVE/VLBI pdf
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11h00 Michael Wise LOFAR  
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11h10 Ruben Garcia-Benito CALIFA pdf
11h20 Willem-Jan Vriend MUSE pdf
       
Tuesday 15h-16h30      
15h00 Rachel Osten (via WebEx) JWST  
15h10 Lindsay Magnus SA^3, MeerKAT pdf
15h20 Panel Discussion    

The Virtual Observatory (VO) is a framework for interoperable and efficient access to astronomical data and services across all areas of astronomy. The International Virtual Observatory Alliance (IVOA) is an alliance of worldwide VO projects that develops the required standards and coordinates global aspects of the infrastructure.

The definition of standards to enable the use of "Multi-dimensional Data” in the VO is a high priority for IVOA in 2014. A Focus Session at the May 2014 IVOA Interoperability Meeting in Madrid is intended to make significant progress in this area.

This follows the focus sessions at the 2013 Interoperability Meeting in Heidelberg in which members of the broader astronomical community were invited to summarise the kinds of data that they anticipate generating and their needs for making those data available through the VO. The multi-dimensional data focus session provided key input to the IVOA, helping to define the initial directions for development efforts, and members of the IVOA have been developing software and protocols to describe and access multi-dimensional data within the VO.


The topics of this focus session at the 2014 May IVOA Interoperability Meeting include

  • Summary of the progress towards the protocols and prototype implementations

  • Identification of the next steps in the widespread adoption of the IVOA standards and services.

  • Description of the additional functionality or enhancements likely to be needed.
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Revision 92014-05-20 - MarkAllen

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaSciencePriorities"

Focus Session on Multi-dimensional Data

Tuesday May 20

IVOA Interoperability Meeting, May 2014

Schedule Page

Time Speaker Topic Materials
Tuesday 10h-11h30      
10h00 Mark Allen Introduction pdf
10h10 SÚverin Gaudet IVOA approach to multi-d data pdf
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10h25 Joe Lazio Prototypes and Next Steps  
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10h25 Joe Lazio Prototypes and Next Steps pdf
 
10h40 Brian Glendenning NRAO pdf
10h50 Mark Kettenis JIVE/VLBI pdf
11h00 Michael Wise LOFAR  
11h10 Ruben Garcia-Benito CALIFA pdf
11h20 Willem-Jan Vriend MUSE pdf
       
Tuesday 15h-16h30      
15h00 Rachel Osten (via WebEx) JWST  
15h10 Lindsay Magnus SA^3, MeerKAT pdf
15h20 Panel Discussion    

The Virtual Observatory (VO) is a framework for interoperable and efficient access to astronomical data and services across all areas of astronomy. The International Virtual Observatory Alliance (IVOA) is an alliance of worldwide VO projects that develops the required standards and coordinates global aspects of the infrastructure.

The definition of standards to enable the use of "Multi-dimensional Data” in the VO is a high priority for IVOA in 2014. A Focus Session at the May 2014 IVOA Interoperability Meeting in Madrid is intended to make significant progress in this area.

This follows the focus sessions at the 2013 Interoperability Meeting in Heidelberg in which members of the broader astronomical community were invited to summarise the kinds of data that they anticipate generating and their needs for making those data available through the VO. The multi-dimensional data focus session provided key input to the IVOA, helping to define the initial directions for development efforts, and members of the IVOA have been developing software and protocols to describe and access multi-dimensional data within the VO.


The topics of this focus session at the 2014 May IVOA Interoperability Meeting include

  • Summary of the progress towards the protocols and prototype implementations

  • Identification of the next steps in the widespread adoption of the IVOA standards and services.

  • Description of the additional functionality or enhancements likely to be needed.
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Revision 82014-05-20 - LindsayMagnus

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaSciencePriorities"

Focus Session on Multi-dimensional Data

Tuesday May 20

IVOA Interoperability Meeting, May 2014

Schedule Page

Time Speaker Topic Materials
Tuesday 10h-11h30      
10h00 Mark Allen Introduction pdf
10h10 SÚverin Gaudet IVOA approach to multi-d data pdf
10h25 Joe Lazio Prototypes and Next Steps  
10h40 Brian Glendenning NRAO pdf
10h50 Mark Kettenis JIVE/VLBI pdf
11h00 Michael Wise LOFAR  
11h10 Ruben Garcia-Benito CALIFA pdf
11h20 Willem-Jan Vriend MUSE pdf
       
Tuesday 15h-16h30      
15h00 Rachel Osten (via WebEx) JWST  
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15h10 Lindsay Magnus SA^3, MeerKAT  
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15h10 Lindsay Magnus SA^3, MeerKAT pdf
 
15h20 Panel Discussion    

The Virtual Observatory (VO) is a framework for interoperable and efficient access to astronomical data and services across all areas of astronomy. The International Virtual Observatory Alliance (IVOA) is an alliance of worldwide VO projects that develops the required standards and coordinates global aspects of the infrastructure.

The definition of standards to enable the use of "Multi-dimensional Data” in the VO is a high priority for IVOA in 2014. A Focus Session at the May 2014 IVOA Interoperability Meeting in Madrid is intended to make significant progress in this area.

This follows the focus sessions at the 2013 Interoperability Meeting in Heidelberg in which members of the broader astronomical community were invited to summarise the kinds of data that they anticipate generating and their needs for making those data available through the VO. The multi-dimensional data focus session provided key input to the IVOA, helping to define the initial directions for development efforts, and members of the IVOA have been developing software and protocols to describe and access multi-dimensional data within the VO.


The topics of this focus session at the 2014 May IVOA Interoperability Meeting include

  • Summary of the progress towards the protocols and prototype implementations

  • Identification of the next steps in the widespread adoption of the IVOA standards and services.

  • Description of the additional functionality or enhancements likely to be needed.
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Revision 72014-05-20 - MarkAllen

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaSciencePriorities"

Focus Session on Multi-dimensional Data

Tuesday May 20

IVOA Interoperability Meeting, May 2014

Schedule Page

Time Speaker Topic Materials
Tuesday 10h-11h30      
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10h00 Mark Allen Introduction  
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10h10 SÚverin Gaudet IVOA approach to multi-d data pdf
10h25 Joe Lazio Prototypes and Next Steps  
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10h40 Brian Glendenning NRAO  
10h50 Mark Kettenis JIVE/VLBI  
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10h40 Brian Glendenning NRAO pdf
10h50 Mark Kettenis JIVE/VLBI pdf
 
11h00 Michael Wise LOFAR  
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11h20 Willem-Jan Vriend MUSE  
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11h10 Ruben Garcia-Benito CALIFA pdf
11h20 Willem-Jan Vriend MUSE pdf
 
       
Tuesday 15h-16h30      
15h00 Rachel Osten (via WebEx) JWST  
15h10 Lindsay Magnus SA^3, MeerKAT  
15h20 Panel Discussion    

The Virtual Observatory (VO) is a framework for interoperable and efficient access to astronomical data and services across all areas of astronomy. The International Virtual Observatory Alliance (IVOA) is an alliance of worldwide VO projects that develops the required standards and coordinates global aspects of the infrastructure.

The definition of standards to enable the use of "Multi-dimensional Data” in the VO is a high priority for IVOA in 2014. A Focus Session at the May 2014 IVOA Interoperability Meeting in Madrid is intended to make significant progress in this area.

This follows the focus sessions at the 2013 Interoperability Meeting in Heidelberg in which members of the broader astronomical community were invited to summarise the kinds of data that they anticipate generating and their needs for making those data available through the VO. The multi-dimensional data focus session provided key input to the IVOA, helping to define the initial directions for development efforts, and members of the IVOA have been developing software and protocols to describe and access multi-dimensional data within the VO.


The topics of this focus session at the 2014 May IVOA Interoperability Meeting include

  • Summary of the progress towards the protocols and prototype implementations

  • Identification of the next steps in the widespread adoption of the IVOA standards and services.

  • Description of the additional functionality or enhancements likely to be needed.
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Revision 62014-05-20 - SeverinGaudet

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaSciencePriorities"

Focus Session on Multi-dimensional Data

Tuesday May 20

IVOA Interoperability Meeting, May 2014

Schedule Page

Time Speaker Topic Materials
Tuesday 10h-11h30      
10h00 Mark Allen Introduction  
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10h10 SÚverin Gaudet IVOA approach to multi-d data  
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10h10 SÚverin Gaudet IVOA approach to multi-d data pdf
 
10h25 Joe Lazio Prototypes and Next Steps  
10h40 Brian Glendenning NRAO  
10h50 Mark Kettenis JIVE/VLBI  
11h00 Michael Wise LOFAR  
11h10 Ruben Garcia-Benito CALIFA  
11h20 Willem-Jan Vriend MUSE  
       
Tuesday 15h-16h30      
15h00 Rachel Osten (via WebEx) JWST  
15h10 Lindsay Magnus SA^3, MeerKAT  
15h20 Panel Discussion    

The Virtual Observatory (VO) is a framework for interoperable and efficient access to astronomical data and services across all areas of astronomy. The International Virtual Observatory Alliance (IVOA) is an alliance of worldwide VO projects that develops the required standards and coordinates global aspects of the infrastructure.

The definition of standards to enable the use of "Multi-dimensional Data” in the VO is a high priority for IVOA in 2014. A Focus Session at the May 2014 IVOA Interoperability Meeting in Madrid is intended to make significant progress in this area.

This follows the focus sessions at the 2013 Interoperability Meeting in Heidelberg in which members of the broader astronomical community were invited to summarise the kinds of data that they anticipate generating and their needs for making those data available through the VO. The multi-dimensional data focus session provided key input to the IVOA, helping to define the initial directions for development efforts, and members of the IVOA have been developing software and protocols to describe and access multi-dimensional data within the VO.


The topics of this focus session at the 2014 May IVOA Interoperability Meeting include

  • Summary of the progress towards the protocols and prototype implementations

  • Identification of the next steps in the widespread adoption of the IVOA standards and services.

  • Description of the additional functionality or enhancements likely to be needed.
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Revision 52014-05-16 - MarkAllen

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaSciencePriorities"

Focus Session on Multi-dimensional Data

Tuesday May 20

IVOA Interoperability Meeting, May 2014

Schedule Page

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Time Speaker Topic Materials
Tuesday 10h-11h30      
10h00 Mark Allen Introduction  
10h10 SÚverin Gaudet IVOA approach to multi-d data  
10h25 Joe Lazio Prototypes and Next Steps  
10h40 Brian Glendenning NRAO  
10h50 Mark Kettenis JIVE/VLBI  
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11h20 Willem-Jan Vriend MUSE  
       
Tuesday 15h-16h30      
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15h10 Michael Wise LOFAR  
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15h00 Rachel Osten (via WebEx) JWST  
15h10 Lindsay Magnus SA^3, MeerKAT  
 
15h20 Panel Discussion    

The Virtual Observatory (VO) is a framework for interoperable and efficient access to astronomical data and services across all areas of astronomy. The International Virtual Observatory Alliance (IVOA) is an alliance of worldwide VO projects that develops the required standards and coordinates global aspects of the infrastructure.

The definition of standards to enable the use of "Multi-dimensional Data” in the VO is a high priority for IVOA in 2014. A Focus Session at the May 2014 IVOA Interoperability Meeting in Madrid is intended to make significant progress in this area.

This follows the focus sessions at the 2013 Interoperability Meeting in Heidelberg in which members of the broader astronomical community were invited to summarise the kinds of data that they anticipate generating and their needs for making those data available through the VO. The multi-dimensional data focus session provided key input to the IVOA, helping to define the initial directions for development efforts, and members of the IVOA have been developing software and protocols to describe and access multi-dimensional data within the VO.


The topics of this focus session at the 2014 May IVOA Interoperability Meeting include

  • Summary of the progress towards the protocols and prototype implementations

  • Identification of the next steps in the widespread adoption of the IVOA standards and services.

  • Description of the additional functionality or enhancements likely to be needed.
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Revision 42014-05-14 - MarkAllen

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaSciencePriorities"

Focus Session on Multi-dimensional Data

Tuesday May 20

IVOA Interoperability Meeting, May 2014

Schedule Page

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Time Speaker Topic Materials
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Tuesday 10h-11h30      
 
10h00 Mark Allen Introduction  
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10h05 SÚverin Gaudet IVOA approach to multi-d data  
10h15 Joe Lazio Prototypes and Next Steps  
10h25 Brian Glendenning NRAO  
10h35 Mark Kettenis JIVE/VLBI  
10h45 Lindsay Magnus SA^3, MeerKAT  
10h55 Michael Wise LOFAR  
11h05 Ruben Garcia-Benito CALIFA  
11h15 Willem-Jan Vriend MUSE  
11h25 Rachel Osten (skype?) JWST  
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10h10 SÚverin Gaudet IVOA approach to multi-d data  
10h25 Joe Lazio Prototypes and Next Steps  
10h40 Brian Glendenning NRAO  
10h50 Mark Kettenis JIVE/VLBI  
11h00 Lindsay Magnus SA^3, MeerKAT  
11h10 Ruben Garcia-Benito CALIFA  
11h20 Willem-Jan Vriend MUSE  
       
Tuesday 15h-16h30      
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15h00 Rachel Osten (skype) JWST  
15h10 Michael Wise LOFAR  
15h20 Panel Discussion    
  The Virtual Observatory (VO) is a framework for interoperable and efficient access to astronomical data and services across all areas of astronomy. The International Virtual Observatory Alliance (IVOA) is an alliance of worldwide VO projects that develops the required standards and coordinates global aspects of the infrastructure.

The definition of standards to enable the use of "Multi-dimensional Data” in the VO is a high priority for IVOA in 2014. A Focus Session at the May 2014 IVOA Interoperability Meeting in Madrid is intended to make significant progress in this area.

This follows the focus sessions at the 2013 Interoperability Meeting in Heidelberg in which members of the broader astronomical community were invited to summarise the kinds of data that they anticipate generating and their needs for making those data available through the VO. The multi-dimensional data focus session provided key input to the IVOA, helping to define the initial directions for development efforts, and members of the IVOA have been developing software and protocols to describe and access multi-dimensional data within the VO.


The topics of this focus session at the 2014 May IVOA Interoperability Meeting include

  • Summary of the progress towards the protocols and prototype implementations

  • Identification of the next steps in the widespread adoption of the IVOA standards and services.

  • Description of the additional functionality or enhancements likely to be needed.
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Revision 32014-05-13 - MarkAllen

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaSciencePriorities"

Focus Session on Multi-dimensional Data

Tuesday May 20

IVOA Interoperability Meeting, May 2014

Schedule Page

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Time Speaker Topic Materials
10h00 Mark Allen Introduction  
10h05 SÚverin Gaudet IVOA approach to multi-d data  
10h15 Joe Lazio Prototypes and Next Steps  
10h25 Brian Glendenning NRAO  
10h35 Mark Kettenis JIVE/VLBI  
10h45 Lindsay Magnus SA^3, MeerKAT  
10h55 Michael Wise LOFAR  
11h05 Ruben Garcia-Benito CALIFA  
11h15 Willem-Jan Vriend MUSE  
11h25 Rachel Osten (skype?) JWST  
  The Virtual Observatory (VO) is a framework for interoperable and efficient access to astronomical data and services across all areas of astronomy. The International Virtual Observatory Alliance (IVOA) is an alliance of worldwide VO projects that develops the required standards and coordinates global aspects of the infrastructure.

The definition of standards to enable the use of "Multi-dimensional Data” in the VO is a high priority for IVOA in 2014. A Focus Session at the May 2014 IVOA Interoperability Meeting in Madrid is intended to make significant progress in this area.

This follows the focus sessions at the 2013 Interoperability Meeting in Heidelberg in which members of the broader astronomical community were invited to summarise the kinds of data that they anticipate generating and their needs for making those data available through the VO. The multi-dimensional data focus session provided key input to the IVOA, helping to define the initial directions for development efforts, and members of the IVOA have been developing software and protocols to describe and access multi-dimensional data within the VO.


The topics of this focus session at the 2014 May IVOA Interoperability Meeting include

  • Summary of the progress towards the protocols and prototype implementations

  • Identification of the next steps in the widespread adoption of the IVOA standards and services.

  • Description of the additional functionality or enhancements likely to be needed.
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Tuesday May 20

  IVOA Interoperability Meeting, May 2014

Schedule Page

The Virtual Observatory (VO) is a framework for interoperable and efficient access to astronomical data and services across all areas of astronomy. The International Virtual Observatory Alliance (IVOA) is an alliance of worldwide VO projects that develops the required standards and coordinates global aspects of the infrastructure.

The definition of standards to enable the use of "Multi-dimensional Data” in the VO is a high priority for IVOA in 2014. A Focus Session at the May 2014 IVOA Interoperability Meeting in Madrid is intended to make significant progress in this area.

This follows the focus sessions at the 2013 Interoperability Meeting in Heidelberg in which members of the broader astronomical community were invited to summarise the kinds of data that they anticipate generating and their needs for making those data available through the VO. The multi-dimensional data focus session provided key input to the IVOA, helping to define the initial directions for development efforts, and members of the IVOA have been developing software and protocols to describe and access multi-dimensional data within the VO.


The topics of this focus session at the 2014 May IVOA Interoperability Meeting include

  • Summary of the progress towards the protocols and prototype implementations

  • Identification of the next steps in the widespread adoption of the IVOA standards and services.

  • Description of the additional functionality or enhancements likely to be needed.
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Revision 12014-02-14 - MarkAllen

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaSciencePriorities"

Focus Session on Multi-dimensional Data

IVOA Interoperability Meeting, May 2014

Schedule Page

The Virtual Observatory (VO) is a framework for interoperable and efficient access to astronomical data and services across all areas of astronomy. The International Virtual Observatory Alliance (IVOA) is an alliance of worldwide VO projects that develops the required standards and coordinates global aspects of the infrastructure.

The definition of standards to enable the use of "Multi-dimensional Data” in the VO is a high priority for IVOA in 2014. A Focus Session at the May 2014 IVOA Interoperability Meeting in Madrid is intended to make significant progress in this area.

This follows the focus sessions at the 2013 Interoperability Meeting in Heidelberg in which members of the broader astronomical community were invited to summarise the kinds of data that they anticipate generating and their needs for making those data available through the VO. The multi-dimensional data focus session provided key input to the IVOA, helping to define the initial directions for development efforts, and members of the IVOA have been developing software and protocols to describe and access multi-dimensional data within the VO.


The topics of this focus session at the 2014 May IVOA Interoperability Meeting include

  • Summary of the progress towards the protocols and prototype implementations

  • Identification of the next steps in the widespread adoption of the IVOA standards and services.

  • Description of the additional functionality or enhancements likely to be needed.
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