Artificial Intelligence and New technologies
- Stefano Zibetti
An exploration of new data analysis techniques
INAF has a long tradition in the treatment of spectroscopical data. The Astronomical Observatory of Trieste (OATs), in particular, has always been at the forefront of the field, both validating the state-of-the-art software (e.g. the VLT UVES and X-shooter pipelines) and implementing new solutions
for the analysis of near-UV to near-IR medium-to-high resolution quasar spectra.
In this talk, I...
On top of modern large astrophysical data repositories, a fast, flexible, portable and efficient system for data analysis and exploration is required. We present SyNaLoTA (Systems from Naples for Long Term Analysis), a web based infrastructure, specialized in monitoring, analysis and visualization
of scientific data. Initially designed and under development for the ESA Euclid Mission...
The analysis of data is too often considered as a task that must inevitably accept and correct the problems related to the instrumentation.
Many FTEs are therefore dedicated to developing tools and tricks to mitigate these problems; and when these FTEs are not available the data are poorly used or not used at all.
In most cases, the instrumental problems can be solved using far less efforts...