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INDI data repository

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INDI data repository was created by Ilia

My proposal is for a repository of data and assets for the INDI drivers.
This stuff may be useful for automated stuff or as machine learning models.
this repository should contain various stuff:
  • star shape models:
    • airy patterns
    • deconvolution patterns
    • aberration patterns
    • double star models
    • starlight timeseries
      • scintillation timeseries
      • obscuration timeseries
      • novae timeseries
      • double variable timeseries
    • etc.
  • spectra models:
    • star class spectra
    • nebulae spectra
    • laboratory on-earth references (for redshifts)
  • crosscorrelation models:
    • double star models
    • AGN models
    • Zernike models
  • radioastronomy models:
    • radio spectra
    • pulsar timeseries
    • radar timeseries
Some volunteer should put some of this material into the new repository or take them from archive documentation.

Ilia.
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Replied by Jasem Mutlaq on topic INDI data repository

Sounds like a great idea. Are you proposing using machine learning to be able to identify such patterns/objects in astro images?
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Replied by Ilia on topic INDI data repository

Yes,
This is meant for automated observatories or who wants assets or models to compare with their observations.
This way observers can find or recognize objects or take them automatically into account for further investigation.
Spectra are also useful to determine distances or more complicated stuff like star masses or radial velocities.

Some of the code of INDI contains the needed functions, still not perfect but at least automated observatories can do some guess in-loco instead of having a client with the relevant processing delay times or effort.

Including a machine learning core into INDI needs some effort however, but having a ready models set could be a good start!

Ilia.
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