extraction Store im age properties & sky region in database Store rejection reason in database Q C Failure G o to next im age Q C Success Im age stack m ust have a dataset ID associated w ith it: either the database w ill generate one, or the user speciﬁes a pre-existing ID . Source m easurem ent quality control For each m easurem ent Store m easurem ent, but do not use Q C Failure G o to next m easurem ent Store Q C results in database End for each m easurem ent Perform in-im age source association G et all im ages for tim estep For each im age Tim esteps m ust be processed in order N B All parsets corresponding to a given pipeline run m ust be stored in the database. W e suggestion creation of a new table ("pipelinerun"), w hich stores parsets and other conﬁguration inform ation. Each dataset m ay consist of one or m ore pipeline runs. Each im age is uniquely associated w ith a pipeline run. W e store everything, but from here on w e are only using m easurem ents w hich assed the Q C step. Im age Stack R etrieve expected running catalogue sources Formal Speciﬁcation and Design The Master Plan The basic functionality we are iterating towards in the future
Technical capabilities •Release 0: May 2013 •In support of Cycle 0 data processing •10 new features; 49 bugs ﬁxed •Release 1: November 2013 •14 new features; 78 bugs ﬁxed •Release 2: “Early” 2014 •16 new features & 21 bugs currently targeted •Aiming for higher release cadence
the current release) •Handle “single-epoch” transients… …without an avalanche of false detections. •Simpler/faster/better handling of “null detections”. •Rework “monitoring list” for correct behaviour. •Dynamic (“query time”) deﬁnition of a transient. •Proper storage of meta- and logging data. •Developer documentation. •Open source!
science today. •Trap Release 2 is coming “soon”: it will be even more awesome! •We have lots of plans for the future… •…but appreciate your input. •…and your manpower! •Tightened development procedures with a focus on delivering quality, bug-free, documented software.