NRAO Algorithms Working Group

Steven T. Myers

NRAO, Socorro

Last update: 22 Jan 2007

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The goal of the NRAO Algorithms Working Group (NAWG) is to have a general forum to discuss data-processing algorithms related issues of interest to NRAO scientists and software folks alike (independent of development platform or package). This is in response to the pressures of planning for the EVLA hard problems like wide-field/wide-band imaging as well as thinking about problems for ALMA and GBT. Furthermore, it is intended to be a focus for imaging, calibration, and related research (including modeling, statistics, etc.) discussion at NRAO. The NAWG is meant to be as observatory-wide as possible and I'm trying to solicit some participants from the various sites.

These meetings are meant to be mostly informal discussion with some scheduled presentations ("Short Topics" and "Main Events") on algorithmic research and/or implementation topics. If you wish to participate and also want to speak on a topic let me know (or just show up either in person or via video/audio)!

These meetings are now scheduled for the 2nd Wednesday each month (in the NAUG meeting slot in the calendar).


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