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The use of Ptolemy 2 and clusters for data analysis at the Diamond Synchrotron
Matt Gerring

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Matt Gerring. "The use of Ptolemy 2 and clusters for data analysis at the Diamond Synchrotron". Talk or presentation, 18, March, 2014; Presented at the DREAM Seminar, UC Berkeley.

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Diamond Light Source is a synchrotron radiation facility conducting experiments in diverse areas such as crystallography, tomography, microscopy, spectroscopy and radiography. The synchrotron machine produces high energy light and requires automated systems to execute experiments because of the extreme environment required. We will look at some of the robots operating in this environment and how data is collected at Diamond. We will also look at how data, once collected, is treated using Ptolemy 2 – based actors. The seminar will include demonstrations of the Data Analysis Workbench or DAWN which is open source software used to visualize and treat data for users. DAWN is a collaboration between Diamond Light Source, the ESRF and EMBL Grenoble.

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    Matt Gerring. <a
    href="http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/1063.html"><i>The
    use of Ptolemy 2 and clusters for data analysis at the
    Diamond Synchrotron</i></a>, Talk or
    presentation,  18, March, 2014; Presented at the <a
    href="http://embedded.eecs.berkeley.edu/seminar"
    >DREAM Seminar</a>, UC Berkeley.
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    Matt Gerring. "The use of Ptolemy 2 and clusters for
    data analysis at the Diamond Synchrotron". Talk or
    presentation,  18, March, 2014; Presented at the <a
    href="http://embedded.eecs.berkeley.edu/seminar"
    >DREAM Seminar</a>, UC Berkeley.
  • BibTeX
    @presentation{Gerring14_UseOfPtolemy2ClustersForDataAnalysisAtDiamondSynchrotron,
        author = {Matt Gerring},
        title = {The use of Ptolemy 2 and clusters for data
                  analysis at the Diamond Synchrotron},
        day = {18},
        month = {March},
        year = {2014},
        note = {Presented at the <a
                  href="http://embedded.eecs.berkeley.edu/seminar"
                  >DREAM Seminar</a>, UC Berkeley.},
        abstract = {Diamond Light Source is a synchrotron radiation
                  facility conducting experiments in diverse areas
                  such as crystallography, tomography, microscopy,
                  spectroscopy and radiography. The synchrotron
                  machine produces high energy light and requires
                  automated systems to execute experiments because
                  of the extreme environment required. We will look
                  at some of the robots operating in this
                  environment and how data is collected at Diamond.
                  We will also look at how data, once collected, is
                  treated using Ptolemy 2 â based actors. The
                  seminar will include demonstrations of the Data
                  Analysis Workbench or DAWN which is open source
                  software used to visualize and treat data for
                  users. DAWN is a collaboration between Diamond
                  Light Source, the ESRF and EMBL Grenoble.},
        URL = {http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/1063.html}
    }
    

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