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Title: GIANO-B Online Data Reduction Software at the TNG
Authors: Harutyunyan, Avet
Rainer, Monica
Hernandez, Nauzet 
Oliva, Ernesto
Guerra, Jose
Lodi, Marcello
Juan, Jose San
Bignamini, Andrea
Ghedina, Adriano
Ghinassi, Francesca
Molinari, Emilio
Benatti, Serena
Carleo, Ilaria
Claudi, Riccardo
Micela, Giuseppina
Tozzi, Andrea
Baffa, Carlo
Baruffolo, Andrea
Biliotti, Valdemaro
Buchschacher, Nicolas
Cecconi, Massimo
Cosentino, Rosario
Falcini, Gilberto
Fantinel, Daniela
Fini, Luca
Galli, Alberto
Giani, Elisabetta
Gonzalez, Carlos
Gonzalez-Alvarez, Esther
Gonzalez, Manuel
Gratton, Raffaele
Diaz, Marcos Hernandez
Iuzzolino, Marcella
Malavolta, Luca
Maldonado, Jesus
Origlia, Livia
Poretti, Ennio
Ventura, Hector Perez
Puglisi, Alfio
Riverol, Carlos
Riverol, Luis
Sanna, Nicoletta
Scuderi, Salvatore
Seeman, Ulf
Sozzetti, Alessandro
Sozzi, Mauro
UNESCO Clasification: 22 Física
Issue Date: 2018
Journal: Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering 
Abstract: GIANO-B is the high resolution near-infrared (NIR) spectrograph of the Telescopio Nazionale Galileo (TNG), which started its regular operations in October 2017. Here we present GIANO-B Online Data Reduction Software (DRS) operating at the Telescope. GIANO-B Online DRS is a complete end-to-end solution for the spectrograph real-time data handling. The Online DRS provides management, processing and archival of GIANO-B scientific and calibration data. Once the instrument control software acquires the exposure ramp segments from the detector, the DRS ensures the complete data flow until the final data products are ingested into the science archive. A part of the Online DRS is GOFIO software, which performs the reduction process from ramp-processed 2D spectra to extracted and calibrated 1D spectra. A User Interface (UI) developed as a part of the Online DRS provides basic information on the final reduced data, thus allowing the observer to take decisions in real-time during the night and adjust the observational strategy as needed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/46023
ISBN: 9781510619654
ISSN: 0277-786X
DOI: 10.1117/12.2312690
10.1117/12.2312690
Source: Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering[ISSN 0277-786X],v. 10706 (1070642)
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