This is the home page for the Analysis and Synthesis (A&S) subsystem and Integrated Product Team. It consolidates all the development effort for this subsystem. This page will serve as the home page for all releases of this subsystem.
The Analysis and Synthesis Subsystem Services are providing capabilities and user/application interfaces to support advanced and systematic data analysis and output synthesis applications. This includes the life cycle and operational management of community numerical ocean models, ensembles of models and the virtual ocean simulator framework as well as modeling activities (i.e., assimilation, analysis, evaluation) using observed and derived data products. Analysis and Synthesis provides a flexible scientific stream based workflow execution capability. Analysis and Synthesis services support event detection, data analysis and visualization by utilizing the workflow mechanism and providing specialized advanced support services for these activities. A&S also provides the virtual collaboration services used to create virtual observatories and classrooms that may provide interactive collaboration, analysis and synthesis workspaces.
The Introduction to the AS Subsystem provides an overview of this subsystem.
As additional background, we have produced a CI Technical Elements Overview for General Audiences and document.
(see also R3 AS Construction Plan)
(see also R2 AS Construction Plan)
We produced an CI Technical Elements Overview for General Audiences, which may be useful to appreciate the overall context of this system.
The evolving list of tasks is at this Google docs spreadsheet.
The System Engineering section of this wiki contains the A&S subsystem architectural materials.
Page: AS Release 2 Construction 2
Page: AS Release 2 Construction 3
Page: AS Release 2 Construction 4
Page: AS Release 2 Elaboration 1
Page: AS Release 2 Elaboration 2
Page: AS Release 2 Inception 1
Page: AS Release 2 Inception 2
Page: AS Release 2 Transition
Page: AS Release 3 Inception 1
Page: Workshop Proposal on Real-time Data Product Visualization
Page: Workshop Proposal on Visualization Framework