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this is a raw cut paste of an email from jed Below is an attempt to list all the steps that need to occur for Pass2 in an attempt to get a more systematic appro...
NEW - 21 Apr 2005 - 20:20 by DanRiley
Analysis Environment Distributed Computing Requirements Support Multiple Distributed Computing Models Distributed systems such as ROOT/PROOF, some MPI and PVM im...
r5 - 20 Dec 2006 - 14:57 by DanRiley
We are making a prototype for histogram visualization using OpenDX reading from XML files. The XML files are transliterated from ROOT format. The XML structure, u...
NEW - 22 Nov 2006 - 10:21 by AndrewDolgert
Design Ideas This page is a 'white board' for design ideas for the Analysis Environment Execution Engine The work is done by 'pulling' data from 'Leaf nodes' (i....
r15 - 13 Sep 2006 - 15:43 by ChrisDJones
Data Presentation Example: Comparing Distributions Histograms are a standard way of looking at a data distribution. Often, one needs to compare data distributions...
r4 - 30 Aug 2006 - 15:34 by ChrisDJones
Examples of Possible Ways to Present Data * AEExampleComparingDistributions Main.ChrisDJones 24 Aug 2006
NEW - 24 Aug 2006 - 13:59 by ChrisDJones
{ gSystem Load("") ; gSystem Load("") ; AutoLibraryLoader::enable() ; TFile* f = new TFile("pythiaHZZ4mu.root") ;...
r2 - 06 Nov 2006 - 10:52 by ChrisDJones
#get all the external stuff from cmstools import * import ROOT #convert C iterators into a python generator def gen_from_iter(b,e): while( b = e ): yie...
r2 - 06 Nov 2006 - 10:52 by ChrisDJones
Workflow Example: Higgs to ZZ with each Z going to two muons The workflow reads a file, gets the Events then finds the generator information, and if the generator...
r6 - 06 Nov 2006 - 10:52 by ChrisDJones
Comparison Profiles for Different Implementations In all cases the same file of 100,000 Higgs to Z Z events were used. PyROOT directly import hotshot p= ...
r2 - 06 Nov 2006 - 10:52 by ChrisDJones
Analysis Environment: Histogram Plotter Interface Wish List * The plotter shows the histogram as it is accumulating. While the plotter is updating it should ...
r2 - 29 Nov 2006 - 09:59 by ChrisDJones
Analysis Environment Implementation Issues: Python Threads Python Threads Facts From the python documentation python does use native threads. However, python us...
NEW - 03 Nov 2006 - 15:39 by ChrisDJones
The following is the original description I sent out to describe the system Principals Want users to concentrate on physics rather than debugging or book keepin...
NEW - 11 Aug 2006 - 14:17 by ChrisDJones
Proposal Documents * AEOriginalPitch * architecture sketch Main.ChrisDJones 11 Aug 2006
NEW - 11 Aug 2006 - 14:20 by ChrisDJones
Analysis Environment Task List Visualization 1 use DataExplorer for rapid prototyping 1 create xml file with small sample of HEP data 1 write pyth...
NEW - 11 Aug 2006 - 15:20 by ChrisDJones
1. Use cvs checkout from Chris's cvsroot. "cvs checkout src/AnalysisEnvironment". 1. Open vistrails_startup/ and copy the parts that have changed to...
NEW - 28 Mar 2007 - 13:29 by AndrewDolgert
Analysis Environment Project Main Page * AETaskList * Documentation * AEProposalDocuments * AEExampleWorkflows * AEExampleDataPresentation...
r9 - 28 Mar 2007 - 13:21 by AndrewDolgert
AnalysisEnvironmentGroup * Set GROUP = Main.ChrisDJones, Main.DevinBougie, Main.GregorySharp, Main.DanRiley, Main.ValentinKuznetsov, Main.AndrewDolgert * Set ...
r2 - 06 Nov 2006 - 10:52 by ChrisDJones
The goal of this proposal is to reduce the amount of high level human intervention required in the EventStore data life cycle by automatically generating the spec...
r4 - 23 Jun 2005 - 09:09 by GregorySharp
CLEOc Data Path Specification The following elements were considered for inclusion in the data path spec: * Experiment: CLEO3, CLEOc * Source: detector (daq...
r2 - 10 Jun 2005 - 14:03 by DanRiley
From CherryPy is a pythonic, object oriented web development framework. CherryPy allows developers to build web applications in much the same...
CMS Database Bookkeeping System * Requirements Analysis * Brainstorming whiteboard pics * Web services tools * Object Relational Mapping Tools * Re...
r6 - 05 Dec 2006 - 12:50 by AndrewDolgert
Group Todo List completed tasks List in reverse chronological order (i.e., add new entries at the top of the list) OSG Cluster * correct SE info in BDII? *...
r12 - 05 May 2011 - 12:27 by DanRiley
It looks like Dabo also makes databases available to a business rules layer. Main.ValentinKuznetsov 05 May 2006
Actor Goals for CMS DBS Here we write goals for known actors in order to get a sense both for the interfaces to the system and for a good granularity for use case...
r3 - 08 May 2006 - 08:56 by AndrewDolgert
Actors The CMS DBS is an internal actor in a much larger system. While other internal actors have already been identified, responsibilities and collaborators of t...
r3 - 10 May 2006 - 11:02 by AndrewDolgert
Analysis Dataset APIs * Create From Processed Dataset * Selection of files * Entire Processed Dataset * Existing Analysis Dataset(s) ...
r2 - 21 Dec 2006 - 14:52 by DanRiley
Business Rules 1. An experimental group will not publish data until it has written papers about it themselves. 1. For each new version of software, you have...
NEW - 26 Apr 2006 - 17:35 by AndrewDolgert
CSA06 Use Cases //TWikiDocGraphics/arrowup.gif DBS Requirements Description of CSA06 We will start with use cases for CSA06. The description on the CERN CSA06 wi...
r6 - 22 Jul 2006 - 10:27 by AndrewDolgert
Domain for CMS DBS Use Cases The basic processes of detector physics help name datasets and parts of datasets manipulated by the DBS. We provide a glossary here. ...
r8 - 26 Jul 2006 - 10:23 by DaveDykstra
More Use Cases for the DBS Actors * Prodagent on CMS Wiki Already running using DBS. Not looking for more use cases. * CRAB on CMS Wiki Same as Pro...
NEW - 28 Nov 2006 - 13:55 by AndrewDolgert
Nonfunctional Requirements for CMS DBS 1. There is a limit on how many events can be in a single job. 1. Tier 1 Production must continue if connection with ...
NEW - 26 Apr 2006 - 17:36 by AndrewDolgert
This section describes relataionship of DBS with other CMS sub systems. Definitions In General: DBS (Dataset Bookeeping Service) keeps a map of datasets to file ...
CMS DBS Requirements Analysis * Scope * Glossary * Actors * Business Rules * Nonfunctional Requirements * Actor Goal Tables * Use Cases ...
r7 - 28 Nov 2006 - 11:52 by AndrewDolgert
Scope We keep a quick reminder of the scope of these use cases at the top of our list. It should guide us in choosing which scenarios to pursue in detail and whic...
r3 - 26 Apr 2006 - 16:47 by AndrewDolgert
//TWikiDocGraphics/arrowup.gif DBS Requirements Usage Narratives and Use Cases for People Interacting with Data Management The usage narratives cover human inter...
r3 - 19 Jul 2006 - 09:09 by AndrewDolgert
Use Cases Usage Narratives These usage narratives are warm up for use cases. They cover some trivial and some interesting uses of the CMS Data Management System....
r17 - 01 Jun 2006 - 16:19 by AndrewDolgert
Main.DanRiley 02 May 2006
NEW - 02 May 2006 - 18:38 by DanRiley
Django Main.ValentinKuznetsov 05 May 2006
Outline of an Analysis of an Expected Signal (with blinding) Analysis Outline Define the Analysis * Signal: what physics process is being studied (e.g., H ...
r2 - 01 Oct 2007 - 15:28 by DanRiley
* EnergyFrontierAnalysisOverview * EnergyFrontierViewsOfWorkflow * EnergyFrontierWorkflowCharacteristics Main.DanRiley 21 Sep 2007
r3 - 15 Feb 2008 - 13:15 by DanRiley
Here are two views of the Energy Frontier workflow. The first is through file parentage, the second a picture of the ecosystem of the physicist. Parentage View I...
NEW - 07 Nov 2007 - 10:18 by AndrewDolgert
Characteristics of Energy Frontier Analysis Workflows The stages of a physics analysis in terms of "big picture" questions, but from a procedural perspective. Ea...
r3 - 20 Feb 2008 - 10:54 by DanRiley
Event Store graph and injection policies This document describes the Event Store injection policies and provides outline of existing Event Store tables. The graph...
r5 - 20 Jul 2007 - 11:31 by GregorySharp
Event Store Administration Event Store (ES) administration is a most complicated and challenging task. It needs to deal with different underlying databases, a var...
This page records various design issues for the Event Store. 2005/05/09 * EventStore file format description: * binary_location_format.html: This is the des...
EventStore Schedule 0. Prerequisites things we need some agreement on early on; no product deployment is associated with this milestone. * Tools: * We...
NEW - 17 Nov 2004 - 09:35 by ChrisDJones
Main.ValentinKuznetsov 01 Dec 2004 Missing features add skim listing within a grade for given (grade, time stamp) (done 2004/12/03) while executing eventstore c...
r3 - 03 Dec 2004 - 16:36 by ChrisDJones
ForgetSQL Main.ValentinKuznetsov 05 May 2006
Group Todo List Completed tasks page CMSSW and FWLite Software Infrastructure * Improve FWLite/CINT exception handling * Access to high level data quality...
r16 - 05 May 2011 - 12:27 by DanRiley
* 2004/11/17 Proposed changes to library release system: PatchingReleasesProposal Main.ChrisDJones 17 Nov 2004
NEW - 17 Nov 2004 - 13:24 by ChrisDJones
Main.ValentinKuznetsov 05 May 2006
Modeling The Modeling framework intends to fill the gap between the python object world and relational databases. It relies on a ...
MySQL Main.ValentinKuznetsov 09 May 2006
Here is a incomplete list of Object Relational Mapping (ORM) Tools for python. * SQLObject * forgetSQL * SQLAlchemy * Modeling Object relation Bridge ...
Release changes 1. have lib*.so have the name of the release as part of its file name 1. have *.so have the name of the release as part of its file name ...
r2 - 19 Nov 2004 - 13:51 by ChrisDJones
Follow this link to find out information about prodagent. Main.ValentinKuznetsov 09 May 2006
The production manager is processing requests and keeps tracj of allocated work based on requests by ProdAgent instances. For more information follow this link Fo...
PubDB is the Publication DB, originally developed for Production but now extended into the domain of WorkloadManagement. See description here Main.ValentinKuzne...
PyDo Main.ValentinKuznetsov 05 May 2006
Python Web Service : It is a library for developing web services. The libraries import protocols for SOAP, WSDL, and others. SO...
SCGI is usually used with Quixote Main.ValentinKuznetsov 05 May 2006
Rerefence DB for MC production. See more about it here Main.ValentinKuznetsov 09 May 2006
SQLAlchemy is the most promising ORM tool which supports a variety of DBs (SQLite, MySQL, Postrgres, ORACLE and MS SQL). The SQLAlchemy provides a layer between ...
SQLObject Main.ValentinKuznetsov 05 May 2006
Schevo Main.ValentinKuznetsov 05 May 2006
Turbogears is a rapid development web application framework. It uses different building blocks: * MochiKit is a clean and powerful Ja...
Twisted is a networking engine written in Python, supporting numerous protocols. It contains a web server, numerous chat clients, chat servers, mail servers, and ...
Main.ChrisDJones 18 Dec 2004 * Defective.22615RENAMED.ppt: Powerpoint from Marc Paterno (on C committee) * AnalysisSupport.pdf: D0 and CDF experience from ...
NEW - 17 Dec 2004 - 19:20 by ChrisDJones
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r2 - 24 Jan 2006 - 01:07 by TWikiContributor
r2 - 16 Aug 2001 - 15:56 by PeterThoeny
Welcome to the LEPP HEP Software Infrastructure Group wiki. Top level topics: * AnalyisEnvironment * EventStore * EventStoreDesign * EventSt...
r31 - 21 Aug 2008 - 12:02 by DanRiley
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r2 - 24 Nov 2001 - 06:36 by PeterThoeny
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r12 - 18 Jun 2013 - 15:27 by admin-dab66
HEP/SWIG Web Preferences The following settings are web preferences of the HEP/SWIG web. These preferences overwrite the site level preferences in ., and can be o...
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r2 - 15 Aug 2004 - 23:26 by PeterThoeny
r8 - 08 Aug 2001 - 01:57 by PeterThoeny
NEW - 18 Jan 2004 - 05:49 by PeterThoeny
Here you can find links to web services tools found on the web. List of python tools with their description: * Zope * Python Web Service * Webware for Py...
Statistics for HEP/SWIG Web Month: Topic views: Topic saves: File uploads: Most popular topic views: Top contributors for topic save and uploads:...
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NEW - 24 Nov 2001 - 06:36 by PeterThoeny
Webware for Python : It's a suite for developing object oriented, web based applications. It does object relational mapping, and ...
WorkloadManagement Main.ValentinKuznetsov 09 May 2006
Zope : usually used for content management systems, this network application server platform includes a component for relational database mappin...
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