Totem Offline Database Access Console

Description

TODAC is available in two forms - as command line application and as a web application.

TODAC Command-Line Application is a versatile and really simple-to-use way to populate TOTEM Offline Database with different kind of measurement data. TODAC CLI is able to work with data directly from LHC Logging Database or with VMEA files located on CASTOR. Application also allows to process files containing alignment, geometry, luminosity and optics data.

TODAC Web Application provides the same functionality as command line application but also allows users to display information stored in TOTEM Offline Database and download that information as files.

TODAC Web Application is available here: http://pctotem34.cern.ch/todac/

Documentation

User's documentation

Project documentation

TODAC project was carried out as a part of Bachelor Thesis at AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow in Poland.

Authors

  • Michal Marciniec
  • Kamil Mielnik
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PDFpdf 1._Technical_documentation.pdf r1 manage 1359.3 K 2014-01-27 - 15:10 MichalMarciniec TODAC - technical documentation
PDFpdf 2._Developers_guide_PL.pdf r1 manage 1036.3 K 2014-01-27 - 15:11 MichalMarciniec TODAC - developer's guide (polish)
PDFpdf 3._Glossary.pdf r1 manage 224.9 K 2014-01-27 - 15:12 MichalMarciniec TODAC - glossary
PDFpdf 4._Appendix_A_-_General_knowledge_PL.pdf r1 manage 271.4 K 2014-01-27 - 15:12 MichalMarciniec TODAC - appendix A
PDFpdf 5._Appendix_B_-_Working_with_TUDAS_PL.pdf r1 manage 476.2 K 2014-01-27 - 15:12 MichalMarciniec TODAC - appendix B
PNGpng todac.png r1 manage 26.5 K 2013-09-26 - 11:11 KamilMielnik  
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