The Internet-accessible information system SPECTRA provides the access to the information about spectral line parameters (SLP) of atmospheric and trace gases needed in problems of atmospheric optics, as well as for simulation and visualization of molecular absorption spectra.
The results can be obtained in graphical or tabulated form and downloaded to the user's computer as text files for further processing by other programs. At user's option, the data can be saved on the server and used in the following sessions.
The Internet-accessible information system S&MPO is based on the results of joint experimental and theoretical investigations carried out by GSMA laboratory (Reims University, France) and Laboratory of Theoretical Spectroscopy, as well as the results obtained within the framework of large research projects that are published in spectroscopic literature.
The ATMOS scientific portal is developed as an integrated set of distributed, but coordinated topical Internet sites, which combine the classical multimedia information with research databases, models and analytical means for on-line use and visualization. Each site combines data, models, and visualization functions.
Developed by Center of Integrated Information Systems.
The scientific WWW-portal SP@DIS is designed as an integrated set of distributed but coordinated topical web sites, combining classical multi-media information with research databases, models and analytical tools for on-line use, and visualisation. Each site consists of data, models and visualisation functions. It contains relevant experimental data. Data can be either of a generic nature, or refer to the selected case study sites covered in detail. The representation system relies on Internet technologies for easy access to the information resources, scientific graphics and tabular representation, dialog systems (menus), geo-information systems and service programs. The latter include topical glossaries, textbooks, user's guide, and links to external Internet resources.
The Internet-accessible information system to filter, visualize, and manipulate spectroscopic data from the HITRAN database Hitran on the Web is developed in collaboration with Harvard-Smitsonian Center for Astrophysics (CFA) (Cambridge, MA, USA). The main goal of the system is to provide users a set of easy-to-use tools to solve typical tasks arising in spectroscopic and atmospheric applications.
Authors: Yury Babikov (Network and Information Center), Iouli Gordon (CFA, Cambridge, USA), Semen Mikhailenko (Laboratory of Theoretical Spectroscopy), Laurence S. Rothman (CFA, Cambridge, USA), Sergey Tashkun (Laboratory of Theoretical Spectroscopy).