Theory sessions

The theory sessions will mainly deal with the two projects we started last year in Victoria: simple numerical access protocol (SNAP) and simulation data model. Follow the links for material that will be discussed.

Session I: Simulation datamodel

  • presentation Simulation data model (GL)
    • analysis
    • relation to discovery: SNAP archive
    • relation to SNAP protocol: SNAP services
  • Discussions on specific aspects of the model (All)
    • characterisation
    • relation to Semantics WG, use of ontologies/data dictionaries, controlled vocabularies etc
  • validation of the model .pdf (Patrizia Manzato)

Session II: SNAP protocol

  • overview (GL, representing Claudio Gheller)
  • relation to simulation data model
  • discovery/querying: Registry and/or DAL and/or ADQL
  • SNAP services
    • download
    • cutout
    • (re)gridding
    • visualisation
    • custom
  • TODO list, roadmap

Session III: AOB

  • Individual presentations
    • Nicolas Moreau: A generic interface to simulation codes, the Dalia protoype
    • Vincenzo Costa: Development of a Web accessible archive of data from cosmological simulations for the ITVO and correlated services in the framework of the PI2S2 project
    • Franck Le Petit: "How to introduce a code in the VO with Astrogrid"
    • Gerard Lemson: Experiences with the Millennium simulation database

  • Discussion regarding further projects

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PDFpdf ITVO_DM_Validation.pdf r1 manage 1018.3 K 2007-05-16 - 00:50 PatriziaManzato draf
PDFpdf VOParis_Simulation_IVOA07.pdf r1 manage 4649.8 K 2007-05-29 - 06:16 FranckLePetit  
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