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Conception et réalisation d'une interface unifiée et automatisée pour la plateforme de simulation de l'expérience CONSERT

Abstract : As part of ROSETTA, the mission to space, the device called CONSERT will allow to determine the inner composition of the core of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. A simulation of this experiment was developed by the Laboratory of Planetology of Grenoble. The plaform consists of two softwares handling complex and bulky digital data. The first part of this study is focused on data used by the CONSERT experience. New XML patterns are proposed to improve the accessibility and continuity of data. Different parsing methods are implemented and tested. The next part is focused on the automation of the simulation platform. Indeed, in order to run a simulation, it is necessary to manually edit several scripts before using the CIMENT grid computing and its CiGri middleware. This study presents the development of a Web software designed around the Zend Framework. This generic tool, multi-user and multi-project, provides a graphical interface which allows the definition of customizable task sequences. With a few selections, it is now possible to interact with the grid in order to submit and manage the simulations.
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Philippe Bollard. Conception et réalisation d'une interface unifiée et automatisée pour la plateforme de simulation de l'expérience CONSERT. Interface homme-machine [cs.HC]. 2011. ⟨dumas-00592165⟩

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