On-line atomic data access

David R. Schultz, Jeffrey K. Nash
1996 AIP Conference Proceedings  
The need for atomic data is one which continues to expand in a wide variety of applications including fusion energy, astrophysics, laser-produced plasma research, and plasma processing. Modern computer database and communications technology enables this data to be placed on-line and obtained by users over the INTERNET. Presented here is a summary of the observations and conclusions regarding such on-line atomic data access derived from a forum held at the Tenth -4 PS Topical Conference on
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doi:10.1063/1.51337 fatcat:67grblrsovd6flyykwnkuca6te