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Determining the 3D coronal magnetic field is a critical, but extremely difficult problem to solve. Since different types of multiwavelength coronal data probe different aspects of the coronal magnetic field, ideally these data should be used together to validate and constrain specifications of that field. Such a task requires the ability to create observable quantities at a range of wavelengths from a distribution of magnetic field and associated plasma-i.e., to perform forward calculations. Indoi:10.3389/fspas.2016.00008 fatcat:mhekkowltvbydg5jr7dyjtbkam