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Paper: Looking Towards the Future of Radio Astronomy with the CyberSKA Collaborative Portal
Volume: 442, Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems XX (ADASSXX)
Page: 669
Authors: Kiddle, C.; Andrecut, M.; Brazier, A.; Chatterjee, S.; Chen, E.; Cordes, J.; Curry, R.; Este, R. A.; Eymere, O.; Federl, P.; Fong, B.; Grimstrup, A.; Guram, S.; Kaspi, V.; Klodzinski, R.; Lazarus, P.; Mahadevan, V.; Mourad, A.; Mourad, S.; Pragides, P.; Rosolowsky, E.; Said, D.; Samoilov, A.; Smith, C.; Stairs, I.; Tan, M.; Tan, T.; Taylor, A. R.; Willis, A. G.
Abstract: Advances in radio and digital processing technologies are enabling the construction of radio telescopes that will be able to probe the sky to unprecedented depths at radio wavelengths. With the vast amounts of data that will be produced by such telescopes comes a greater need for a cyberinfrastructure framework to connect the communities of astronomers with the data, processing and visualization tools, and each other. This paper introduces CyberSKA, an on-line, collaborative portal that is aimed at addressing the cyberinfrastructure needs of future radio telescopes such as the Square Kilometer Array (SKA).
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