Testing a Novel Self-Assembling Data Paradigm in the Context of IACT Data

@article{Weinstein2015TestingAN,
  title={Testing a Novel Self-Assembling Data Paradigm in the Context of IACT Data},
  author={Amanda J. Weinstein and Lucy Fortson and Thomas Brantseg and Cameron B Rulten and Robyn R. Lutz and Jarvis D. Haupt and Mojtaba Kadkhodaie Elyaderani and J. Quinn},
  journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics},
  year={2015}
}
The process of gathering and associating data from multiple sensors or sub-detectors due to a common physical event (the process of event-building) is used in many fields, including high-energy physics and $\gamma$-ray astronomy. Fault tolerance in event-building is a challenging problem that increases in difficulty with higher data throughput rates and increasing numbers of sub-detectors. We draw on biological self-assembly models in the development of a novel event-building paradigm that… 

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