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Paper: CIA V4. 0 - News about Data Analysis with the ISOCAM Interactive Analysis System
Volume: 216, Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems IX
Page: 599
Authors: Ott, S.; Gastaud, R.; Ali, B.; Delaney, M.; Guest, S.; Abergel, A.; Altieri, B.; Auguéres, J.-L.; Aussel, H.; Bernard, J.-P.; Biviano, A.; Blommaert, J.; Boulade, O.; Boulanger, F.; Cesarsky, C.; Cesarsky, D.; Chanial, P.; Charmandaris, V.; Chary, R.-R.; Claret, A.; Coulais, A.; Delattre, C.; Désert, F.-X.; Deschamps, T.; Didelon, P.; Elbaz, D.; Fuchs, Y.; Gallais, P.; Ganga, K.; Helou, G.; Kong, M.; Lacombe, F.; Landriu, D.; Laurent, O.; Le Coupanec, P.; Li, J.; Metcalfe, L.; Miville-Deschenes, M.-A.; Okumura, K.; Perault, M.; Peschke, S.; Pollock, A.; Roman, P.; Rouan, D.; Rupen, M.; Lone, J. Sam; Sauvage, M.; Siebenmorgen, R.; Starck, J.-L.; Tran, D.; Tuffs, R.; van Buren, D.; Vigroux, L.; Vivares, F.; Wozniak, H.
Abstract: The ISOCAM Interactive Analysis System (CIA) (Ott et al. 1997; Delany et al. 1998) is used to calibrate and to perform the astronomical data processing of data from ISOCAM, (Cesarsky et al. 1996) the infrared camera of the Infrared Space Observatory (ISO) (Kessler et al. 1996). CIA is generally available to the astronomical community and runs, using IDL 5, under DEC VMS Alpha, Solaris, DEC Unix, Debian (PC) Linux and HP/UX. More details, including how to obtain CIA, can be found at We present the latest algorithmic and system improvements for the upcoming version of CIA, version 4.0, which will be released at the beginning of 2000.
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