The integration of web technology at ATLAS.

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ATLAS (Argonne Tandem Linear Accelerator System) accelerates heavy-ion elements, and consists of 2 separate ion source injectors, 64 superconducting resonators, and 3 target areas. As with any complex accelerator facility, database management systems are used extensively to support both the archival of operational data, and the realtime control needs of the accelerator. Web technology has recently been integrated into the already existing ATLAS Oracle Rdb database system and control system documentation to enhance communication with the operators, control system engineers, and other technical support staff at ATLAS. This paper reviews the historical development of the control system database structure and ... continued below

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Quock, D.; Munson, F.; Raffenetti, R. & Enshiwat, R. October 7, 2002.

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ATLAS (Argonne Tandem Linear Accelerator System) accelerates heavy-ion elements, and consists of 2 separate ion source injectors, 64 superconducting resonators, and 3 target areas. As with any complex accelerator facility, database management systems are used extensively to support both the archival of operational data, and the realtime control needs of the accelerator. Web technology has recently been integrated into the already existing ATLAS Oracle Rdb database system and control system documentation to enhance communication with the operators, control system engineers, and other technical support staff at ATLAS. This paper reviews the historical development of the control system database structure and user interface, and the Internet software developer tools used to create a new online interface.

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  • 4th International Workshop on Personal Computers and Particle Accelerator Controls, Frascati (IT), 10/14/2002--10/18/2002

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Quock, D.; Munson, F.; Raffenetti, R. & Enshiwat, R. The integration of web technology at ATLAS., article, October 7, 2002; Illinois. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc742876/: accessed August 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.