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High Performance Computing Systems and Applications
ACSIS (Auto Correlation Spectrometer Imaging System) is a realtime data collection and reduction system intended for use with a 16 pixel receiver at the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope on Mauna Kea, Hawaii. At peak operating speed, the correlator connected to each receiver will generate an autocorrelation lag array of 8192 floating-point numbers every 50 ms, or 10.5 Mbytes of data every second. The ACSIS reduction system converts raw lag-data into calibrated radio-frequency spectra as the datadoi:10.1007/978-1-4615-0288-3_31 fatcat:bk5wh4c6yvab7hcwr64sgdeelu