The third version of the AMBER data reduction software

@inproceedings{Malbet2010TheTV,
  title={The third version of the AMBER data reduction software},
  author={Fabien Malbet and G. Duvert and Florentin A. Millour and Jean-Baptiste Le Bouquin and Guillaume Mella and Luc Halipr{\'e} and Alain E. Chelli and Sylvain Lafrasse and Evelyne Altariba and G{\'e}rard Zins},
  booktitle={Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation},
  year={2010}
}
We present the third release of the AMBER data reduction software by the JMMC. This software is based on core algorithms optimized after several years of operation. An optional graphic interface in a high level language allows the user to control the process step by step or in a completely automatic manner. Ongoing improvement is the implementation of a robust calibration scheme, making use of the full calibration sets available during the night. The output products are standard OI-FITS files… Expand

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