The Design Strategy of Scientific Data Quality Control Software for Euclid Mission

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Brescia , M , Cavuoti , S , Fredvik , T , Haugan , S V H , Gozaliasl , G , Kirkpatrick , C , Kurki-Suonio , H , Longo , G , Nilsson , K & Wiesmann , M 2019 , The Design Strategy of Scientific Data Quality Control Software for Euclid Mission . in M Molinaro , K Shortridge & F Pasian (eds) , ASTRONOMICAL DATA ANALYSIS SOFTWARE AND SYSTEMS XXVI . Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series , vol. 521 , Astronomical Society of the Pacific , San Francisco; USA , pp. 228-231 , Annual Conference for Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems (ADASS XXVI) , Trieste , Italy , 16/10/2016 .

Title: The Design Strategy of Scientific Data Quality Control Software for Euclid Mission
Author: Brescia, Massimo; Cavuoti, Stefano; Fredvik, Terje; Haugan, Stein Vidar Hagfors; Gozaliasl, Ghassem; Kirkpatrick, Charles; Kurki-Suonio, Hannu; Longo, Giuseppe; Nilsson, Kari; Wiesmann, Martin
Other contributor: University of Helsinki, Department of Physics
University of Helsinki, Particle Physics and Astrophysics
University of Helsinki, Department of Physics
Molinaro, M
Shortridge, K
Pasian, F


Publisher: Astronomical Society of the Pacific
Date: 2019
Language: eng
Number of pages: 4
Belongs to series: ASTRONOMICAL DATA ANALYSIS SOFTWARE AND SYSTEMS XXVI
Belongs to series: Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series
ISBN: 978-1-58381-929-6
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/307581
Abstract: The most valuable asset of a space mission like Euclid are the data. Due to their huge volume, the automatic quality control becomes a crucial aspect over the entire lifetime of the experiment. Here we focus on the design strategy for the Science Ground Segment (SGS) Data Quality Common Tools (DQCT), which has the main role to provide software solutions to gather, evaluate, and record quality information about the raw and derived data products from a primarily scientific perspective. The stake-holders for this system include Consortium scientists, users of the science data, and the ground segment data management system itself. The SGS DQCT will provide a quantitative basis for evaluating the application of reduction and calibration reference data (flat-fields, linearity correction, reference catalogs, etc.), as well as diagnostic tools for quality parameters, flags, trend analysis diagrams and any other metadata parameter produced by the pipeline, collected in incremental quality reports specific to each data level and stored on the Euclid Archive during pipeline processing. In a large programme like Euclid, it is prohibitively expensive to process large amount of data at the pixel level just for the purpose of quality evaluation. Thus, all measures of quality at the pixel level are implemented in the individual pipeline stages, and passed along as metadata in the production. In this sense most of the tasks related to science data quality are delegated to the pipeline stages, even though the responsibility for science data quality is managed at a higher level. The DQCT subsystem of the SGS is currently under development, but its path to full realization will likely be different than that of other subsystem; primarily because, due to a high level of parallelism and to the wide pipeline processing redundancy (for instance the mechanism of double Science Data Center for each processing function) the data quality tools have not only to be widely spread over all pipeline segments and data levels, but also to minimize the occurrences of potential diversity of solutions implemented for similar functions, ensuring the maximum of coherency and standardization for quality evaluation and reporting in the SGS.
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