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Paper: Data Analysis with ISOCAM Interactive Analysis System - Preparing for the Future
Volume: 145, Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems VII
Page: 275
Authors: Ott, S.; Gastaud, R.; Abergel, A.; Altieri, B.; Augueres, J.-L.; Aussel, H.; Bernardi, J.-P.; Biviano, A.; Blommaert, J.; Boulade, O.; Boulanger, F.; Cesarsky, C.; Cesarsky, D. A.; Charmandaris, V.; Claret, A.; Delaney, M.; Delattre, C.; Deschamps, T.; Desert, F.-X.; Didelon, P.; Elbaz, D.; Gallais, P.; Ganga, K.; Guest, S.; Helou, G.; Kong, M.; Lacombe, F.; Landriu, D.; Laurent, O.; Lecoupanec, P.; Li, J.; Metcalfe, L.; Okumura, K.; Perault, M.; Pollock, A.; Rouan, D.; Sam-Lone, J.; Sauvage, M.; Siebenmorgen, R.; Starck, J.-L.; Tran, D.; Vanburen, D.; Vigroux, L.; Vivares, F.
Abstract: This paper presents the latest developments in ISOCAM data analysis with the Interactive Analysis System for ISOCAM (CIA).\altaffilmark{10} The main use of the system is now to improve the calibration of ISOCAM, the infrared camera on board the Infrared Space Observatory (ISO) and to perform its astronomical data processing. CIA is a joint development by the ESA Astrophysics Division and the ISOCAM Consortium. The ISOCAM Consortium is led by the ISOCAM PI, C.~Cesarsky, Direction des Sciences de la Matiere, C.E.A., France. We review the algorithms currently implemented in CIA and present some examples. We will also outline foreseen changes to accommodate future improvements for these algorithms.
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