As of April 21, we have three test files we need to run to be able to perform initial sanity testing of the existing algorithms:

All are for L-band. Two are to test the wide-field, wide-band imaging algorithm which Urvashi and Sanjay have developed. One is easier than the other. These two will give us quite a bit to work on. Total is 12 hours. One is M87. The other is 3C219. We want these done at night so as time is passing by we might need to replace 3C219 with another source so the run will be all at night. M87 should be OK for some time. Each of these files is 6 hours long. They have been submitted for a long time.

Third one Sanjay has prepared to be a test of his A-projection algorithm and has two bright sources in one field (IC2233, I believe for 7 hours).

As for priorities we really need all three. However, M87 is still well placed and it might be good to get it done. I can replace 3C219 with a later source if we can't get it right away.

After we get these data and try the algorithm we can revise our ARDG plans.
Topic revision: r2 - 2010-04-21, fowen
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