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RIS citation export for WEMPR005: The Array Control and Data Acquisition System of the Cherenkov Telescope Array

AU  - Oya, I.
AU  - Antolini, E.
AU  - Baroncelli, L.
AU  - Borkowski, J.
AU  - Bulgarelli, A.
AU  - Carosi, A.
AU  - Colome, J.
AU  - Conforti, V.
AU  - Fuessling, M.
AU  - Hoischen, C.
AU  - Jacquemier, J.N.
AU  - Lyard, E.
AU  - Maurin, G.
AU  - Melkumyan, D.
AU  - Mosshammer, K.
AU  - Parmiggiani, N.
AU  - Sadeh, I.
AU  - Schmidt, T.
AU  - Schwanke, U.
AU  - Schwarz, J.
AU  - Tosti, G.
AU  - Walter, R.
AU  - Wegner, P.A.
ED  - White, Karen S.
ED  - Brown, Kevin A.
ED  - Dyer, Philip S.
ED  - Schaa, Volker RW
TI  - The Array Control and Data Acquisition System of the Cherenkov Telescope Array
J2  - Proc. of ICALEPCS2019, New York, NY, USA, 05-11 October 2019
CY  - New York, NY, USA
T2  - International Conference on Accelerator and Large Experimental Physics Control Systems
T3  - 17
LA  - english
AB  - The Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA) project is the initiative to build the next-generation gamma-ray observatory. With more than 100 telescopes planned to be deployed in two sites, CTA is one of the largest astronomical facilities under construction. The Array Control and Data Acquisition (ACADA) system will be the central element of on-site CTA Observatory operations. The mission of the ACADA system is to manage and optimize the telescope array operations at each of the CTA sites. To that end, ACADA will provide all necessary means for the efficient execution of observations, and for the handling of the several Gb/s generated by each individual CTA telescope. The ACADA system will contain a real-time analysis pipeline, dedicated to the automatic generation of science alert candidates based on the inspection of data being acquired. These science alerts, together with external alerts arriving from other scientific installations, will permit ACADA to modify ongoing observations at sub-minute timescales in order to study high-impact scientific transient phenomena. This contribution describes the challenges, architecture, design principles, and development status of the ACADA system.
PB  - JACoW Publishing
CP  - Geneva, Switzerland
SP  - 1046
EP  - 1051
KW  - site
KW  - controls
KW  - operation
KW  - software
KW  - interface
DA  - 2020/08
PY  - 2020
SN  - 2226-0358
SN  - 978-3-95450-209-7
DO  - doi:10.18429/JACoW-ICALEPCS2019-WEMPR005
UR  - https://jacow.org/icalepcs2019/papers/wempr005.pdf
ER  -