Difference between revisions of "UMICH-2015: Simulations & Data Analysis Summary"

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* S&DA in Science Book
 
* S&DA in Science Book
** Populate resource surveys
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** Scope goals & requirements at each mission epoch (design, construction, deployment, observation)
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** Populate existing resource surveys
 
*** Software
 
*** Software
 
*** Computing
 
*** Computing
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* Interfaces & Pipelines
 
* Interfaces & Pipelines
 
** Define standard data objects/formats
 
** Define standard data objects/formats
** Scope evolving computational requirements & constraints
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*** Consider computational constraints
** Consider couplings to data acquisitions systems
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*** Consider couplings to data acquisitions systems
** Consider synergies with existing S3 (analysis tools) & proposed satellites (forecasting)
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*** Consider synergies with existing S3 (analysis tools) & proposed satellites (forecasting)
  
 
* Science Book Forecasting
 
* Science Book Forecasting

Revision as of 13:21, 22 September 2015

Action Items

  • S&DA in Science Book
    • Scope goals & requirements at each mission epoch (design, construction, deployment, observation)
    • Populate existing resource surveys
      • Software
      • Computing
    • Identify common interest groups
  • Sky Modeling
    • Initiate working group
    • Post-Planck Sky Model (PPSM): move PSM-2015 main branch to git repository
    • Investigate coupling to hydrodynamical sims for extragalactic foregrounds
  • TOD Processing (Simulation, Pre-Processing & Map-Making)
    • Schedule birds of a feather session adjacent to Berkeley meeting
  • Interfaces & Pipelines
    • Define standard data objects/formats
      • Consider computational constraints
      • Consider couplings to data acquisitions systems
      • Consider synergies with existing S3 (analysis tools) & proposed satellites (forecasting)
  • Science Book Forecasting
    • Initiate working group
    • Collect science needs to ensure inputs meet requirements
    • Define a small set of sky models spanning our hopes and fears
    • Define a small set of our favorite mission configurations to investigate
      • Decide how these are parameterized (need to go beyond white noise level, beam size & sky fraction)
    • Extend/combine existing Fisher-based forecasting and apply to these to the sky/mission pairs.
    • Humor Julian's time-domain fantasies.


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