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Title FUSION Framework
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Abstract Today at SOLEIL, the need for Graphical applications to help scientists to process experimental data acquired on beamlines while they are produced (to perform data reduction) or offline (to perform data analysis) is growing tremendously. In order not to reinvent the wheel each time a new data reduction application is to be developed, the Soleil software team decided to address all these kind of needs based on a common Framework named FUSION. The aim of this framework is to provide data reduction and analysis applications developers with reusable building blocks for: - spectrum and image visualization and processing - access to data in different data format and multiple flavours of data organization in files The development of this framework was initiated having in mind that it must integrate smoothly with the other SOLEIL software developments for the control and data acquisition visualization. To this end, the FUSION framework is based itself on top the three major frameworks: - the SOLEIL graphical framework COMETE[1] - the open source CDMA[2] common data model access project - the open source ImageJ[3] image processing project adapted to be used as a component library This paper will present: - the FUSION framework architecture - the available modules SpectrumProcessor, ImageProcessor, MacroManager - the way all FUSION building blocks can be used to develop a data reduction application. References 1. COMETE ICALPEPCS 2011 WEMAU012 2. CommonDataModelAccess ICALEPCS 2011 THCHAUST03 3. ImageJ http://rsbweb.nih.gov/ij/
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Presentation Presented at NOBUGS 2012 (NOBUGS 2012), RAL, UK, 24-26 Sep 2012. FusionFramework.pptx 2012
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