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Title: Development of Database for Distributed Information Measurement and Control System
Authors: Kiprushkin, Sergey
Kurskov, Sergey
Semin, Vadim
Keywords: Database of distributed information measurement and control system
database management system Oracle9i
distance learning
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA
Abstract: The purpose of this work is the development of database of the distributed information measurement and control system that implements methods of optical spectroscopy for plasma physics research and atomic collisions and provides remote access to information and hardware resources within the Intranet/Internet networks. The database is based on database management system Oracle9i. Client software was realized in Java language. The software was developed using Model View Controller architecture, which separates application data from graphical presentation components and input processing logic. The following graphical presentations were implemented: measurement of radiation spectra of beam and plasma objects, excitation function for non-elastic collisions of heavy particles and analysis of data acquired in preceding experiments. The graphical clients have the following functionality of the interaction with the database: browsing information on experiments of a certain type, searching for data with various criteria, and inserting the information about preceding experiments.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/182
ISSN: 1313-048X
Appears in Collections:Volume 2 Number 3

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