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Configuration and Control of a Real-Time Mission Data Processor

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory Group 39, Air Defense Techniques, supports national security through various efforts. One such effort is the Lincoln Laboratory Visualization Interface and Scalable API (LLVISTA). Although LLVISTA provides the necessary analytic functionality, it currently requires too great a degree of domain-specific knowledge for wide-spread adoption. This Major Qualifying Project developed a visual design tool named Slique for the real-time mission control and data analysis provided by LLVISTA. Developed within the Model-View-Controller design paradigm and adhering to software design principles, Slique is a modular, scalable, and extensible application to enhance productivity and increase usage of LLVISTA.

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  • E-project-101709-203456
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  • 2009
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  • 2009-10-17
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