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DOI10.1007/s10686-011-9237-2
ISSN0922-6435
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TitleThe Large Observatory for X-ray Timing (LOFT)
Year2012
Monthoct
Access Date2023, Jan. 30
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Author  1 Feroci, M.
  2 Stella, L.
  3 van der Klis, M.
  4 T. ~J. -L., Courvoisier
  5 Hernanz, M.
  6 Hudec, R.
  7 Santangelo, A.
  8 Walton, D.
  9 Zdziarski, A.
 10 Barret, D.
 11 Belloni, T.
 12 Braga, João
 13 Brandt, S.
 14 Budtz-Jorgensen, C.
 15 Campana, S.
 16 den Herder, J. -W.
 17 Huovelin, J.
 18 Israel, G. ~L.
 19 Pohl, M.
 20 Ray, P.
 21 Vacchi, A.
 22 Zane, S.
 23 Argan, A.
 24 Attinà, P.
 25 Bertuccio, G.
 26 Bozzo, E.
 27 Campana, R.
 28 Chakrabarty, D.
 29 Costa, E.
 30 De Rosa, A.
 31 Del Monte, E.
 32 Di Cosimo, S.
 33 Donnarumma, I.
 34 Evangelista, Y.
 35 Haas, D.
 36 Jonker, P.
 37 Korpela, S.
 38 Labanti, C.
 39 Malcovati, P.
 40 Mignani, R.
 41 Muleri, F.
 42 Rapisarda, M.
 43 Rashevsky, A.
 44 Rea, N.
 45 Rubini, A.
 46 Tenzer, C.
 47 Wilson-Hodge, C.
 48 Winter, B.
 49 Wood, K.
 50 Zampa, G.
 51 Zampa, N.
 52 Abramowicz, M. ~A.
 53 Alpar, M. ~A.
 54 Altamirano, D.
 55 Alvarez, J. ~M.
 56 Amati, L.
 57 Amoros, C.
 58 Antonelli, L. ~A.
 59 Artigue, R.
 60 Azzarello, P.
 61 Bachetti, M.
 62 Baldazzi, G.
 63 Barbera, M.
 64 Barbieri, C.
 65 Basa, S.
 66 Baykal, A.
 67 Belmont, R.
 68 Boirin, L.
 69 Bonvicini, V.
 70 Burderi, L.
 71 Bursa, M.
 72 Cabanac, C.
 73 Cackett, E.
 74 Caliandro, G. ~A.
 75 Casella, P.
 76 Chaty, S.
 77 Chenevez, J.
 78 Coe, M. ~J.
 79 Collura, A.
 80 Corongiu, A.
 81 Covino, S.
 82 Cusumano, G.
 83 D'Amico, Flávio
 84 Dall'Osso, S.
 85 De Martino, D.
 86 De Paris, G.
 87 Di Persio, G.
 88 Di Salvo, T.
 89 Done, C.
 90 Dov ciak, M.
 91 Drago, A.
 92 Ertan, U.
 93 Fabiani, S.
 94 Falanga, M.
 95 Fender, R.
 96 Ferrando, P.
 97 Della Monica Ferreira, D.
 98 Fraser, G.
 99 Frontera, F.
100 Fuschino, F.
101 Galvez, J. ~L.
102 Gandhi, P.
103 Giommi, P.
104 Godet, O.
105 Gö güc s, E.
106 Goldwurm, A.
107 Götz, D.
108 Grassi, M.
109 Guttridge, P.
110 Hakala, P.
111 Henri, G.
112 Hermsen, W.
113 Horak, J.
114 Hornstrup, A.
115 in't Zand, J. ~J. ~M.
116 Isern, J.
117 Kalemci, E.
118 Kanbach, G.
119 Karas, V.
120 Kataria, D.
121 Kennedy, T.
122 Klochkov, D.
123 Klu'zniak, W.
124 Kokkotas, K.
125 Kreykenbohm, I.
126 Krolik, J.
127 Kuiper, L.
128 Kuvvetli, I.
129 Kylafis, N.
130 Lattimer, J. ~M.
131 Lazzarotto, F.
132 Leahy, D.
133 Lebrun, F.
134 Lin, D.
135 Lund, N.
136 Maccarone, T.
137 Malzac, J.
138 Marisaldi, M.
139 Martindale, A.
140 Mastropietro, M.
141 McClintock, J.
142 McHardy, I.
143 Mendez, M.
144 Mereghetti, S.
145 Miller, M. ~C.
146 Mineo, T.
147 Morelli, E.
148 Morsink, S.
149 Motch, C.
150 Motta, S.
151 Mu~noz-Darias, T.
152 Naletto, G.
153 Neustroev, V.
154 Nevalainen, J.
155 Olive, J. ~F.
156 Orio, M.
157 Orlandini, M.
158 Orleanski, P.
159 Ozel, F.
160 Pacciani, L.
161 Paltani, S.
162 Papadakis, I.
163 Papitto, A.
164 Patruno, A.
165 Pellizzoni, A.
166 Petrá cek, V.
167 Petri, J.
168 Petrucci, P. ~O.
169 Phlips, B.
170 Picolli, L.
171 Possenti, A.
172 Psaltis, D.
173 Rambaud, D.
174 Reig, P.
175 Remillard, R.
176 Rodriguez, J.
177 Romano, P.
178 Romanova, M.
179 Schanz, T.
180 Schmid, C.
181 Segreto, A.
182 Shearer, A.
183 Smith, A.
184 Smith, P. ~J.
185 Soffitta, P.
186 Stergioulas, N.
187 Stolarski, M.
188 Stuchlik, Z.
189 Tiengo, A.
190 Torres, D.
191 Török, G.
192 Turolla, R.
193 Uttley, P.
194 Vaughan, S.
195 Vercellone, S.
196 Waters, R.
197 Watts, A.
198 Wawrzaszek, R.
199 Webb, N.
200 Wilms, J.
201 Zampieri, L.
202 Zezas, A.
203 Ziolkowski, J.
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JournalExperimental Astronomy
Volume34
Number2
Pages415-444
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3. Content and structure
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KeywordsMissions
X-ray timing
compact objects
black holes
neutron stars
AbstractHigh-time-resolution X-ray observations of compact objects provide direct access to strong-field gravity, to the equation of state of ultradense matter and to black hole masses and spins. A 10 m 2-class instrument in combination with good spectral resolution is required to exploit the relevant diagnostics and answer two of the fundamental questions of the European Space Agency (ESA) Cosmic Vision Theme Matter under extreme conditions, namely: does matter orbiting close to the event horizon follow the predictions of general relativity? What is the equation of state of matter in neutron stars? The Large Observatory For X-ray Timing (LOFT), selected by ESA as one of the four Cosmic Vision M3 candidate missions to undergo an assessment phase, will revolutionise the study of collapsed objects in our galaxy and of the brightest supermassive black holes in active galactic nuclei. Thanks to an innovative design and the development of large-area monolithic silicon drift detectors, the Large Area Detector (LAD) on board LOFT will achieve an effective area of ∼12 m2 (more than an order of magnitude larger than any spaceborne predecessor) in the 230 keV range (up to 50 keV in expanded mode), yet still fits a conventional platform and small/medium-class launcher. With this large area and a spectral resolution of <260 eV, LOFT will yield unprecedented information on strongly curved spacetimes and matter under extreme conditions of pressure and magnetic field strength.
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1. Identity statement
Reference TypeJournal Article
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DOI10.1016/j.jss.2011.02.034
ISSN0164-1212
Labellattes: 8666823357523918 1 Mattiello-FranciscoMartCavaYano:2012:ApTeIn
Citation KeyMattiello-FranciscoMartCavaYano:2012:ApTeIn
TitleInRob: An approach for testing interoperability and robustness of real-time embedded software
Year2012
MonthJan.
Access Date2023, Jan. 30
Secondary TypePRE PI
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Author1 Mattiello-Francisco, Maria de Fátima
2 Martins, Eliane
3 Cavalli, Ana Rosa
4 Yano, Edgar Toshiro
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3 INT/Telecom SudPARIS, Paris, France
4 ITA/CTA, S.J. Campos, Brazil
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JournalJournal of Systems and Software
Volume85
Number1
Pages3-15
Secondary MarkB1_CIÊNCIA_DA_COMPUTAÇÃO B1_ENGENHARIAS_III A1_ENGENHARIAS_IV A2_INTERDISCIPLINAR B2_MEDICINA_I
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KeywordsAccidents - Embedded software - Embedded systems - Integration - Optical telescopes - Quality of service - Software testing - Telescopes - Testing - Timing circuits
AbstractAdvances in digital technologies have contributed for significant reduction in accidents caused by hardware failures. However, the growing complexity of functions performed by embedded software has increased the number of accidents caused by software faults in critical systems. Moreover, due to the highly competitive market, software intensive subsystems are usually developed by different suppliers. Often these subsystems are required to interact with each other in order to provide a collaborative service. Testing approaches for subsystems integration support verification of the quality of service, focusing on the subsystems interfaces. The increasing complexity and tight coupling of real-time subsystems make integration testing unmanageable. The ad-hoc approach for testing is becoming less effective and more expensive. This article presents an integration testing approach denominated InRob, designed to verify the interoperability and robustness related to timing constraints of real-time embedded software. InRob guides the construction of services, based on formal models, aiming at the specifications of interoperability and robustness of test cases related to delays and time-outs of the messages exchanged in the interfaces of interconnected subsystems. The proposed formalism supports automatic test cases generation by verifying the relevant properties in the service behavioral model. As timing constraints are critical properties of aerospace systems, the feasibility of InRob is showed in the integration testing process of a telescope onboard in a satellite. The process is instantiated with existing testing tools and the case study is the software embedded in the telescope.
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