THE JCOP FRAMEWORK

@inproceedings{Holme2005THEJF,
  title={THE JCOP FRAMEWORK},
  author={Oliver Holme and Manuel Gonzalez Berges and Piotr Golonka and Sascha M. Schmeling},
  year={2005}
}
In order to reduce duplication, and hence reduce the overall manpower required for the development of the LHC experiment control systems, the Joint Controls Project (JCOP) was setup as a collaboration between CERN and the LHC experiments. The aim of JCOP is to provide common controls solutions for the four experiments. One deliverable of JCOP has been the selection of a number of standard technologies to be used for these systems. These include a Finite State Machine (FSM) toolkit, three… CONTINUE READING

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