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Paper: Data Processing at the INTEGRAL Science Data Centre
Volume: 314, Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems XIII
Page: 436
Authors: Beck, M.; Aubord, A.; Bartholdi, P.; Beckmann, V.; Binko, P.; Borkowski, J.; Contessi, T.; Courvoisier, T.; Dubath, P.; Ebisawa, K.; Gaber, M.; Gotz, D.; Jaffe, T.; Jennings, D.; Kretschmar, P.; Landriu, D.; Lecoeur, I.; Lerusse, L.; Lock, T.; Meharga, M.T.; Mereghetti, S.; Morisset, N.; Mowlavi, N.; Paltani, S.; Peachey, J.; O'Neel, B.; Produit, N.; Rohlfs, R.; Sauvageon, A.; Shaw, S.; Turler, M.; Walter, R.
Abstract: INTEGRAL, the INTErnational Gamma Ray Astrophysics Laboratory of the European Space Agency, was launched on October 17, 2002. INTEGRAL operations are performed very successfully and the instruments provide data of good quality. These data are routed to the INTEGRAL Science Data Centre (ISDC), where they are processed, archived and finally distributed to the science community. In this paper we present the organisation of the centre and its software development. Some details of the data flow are given along with a description of the core ISDC software libraries.
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