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Real-time image-content-based beamline control for smart 4D X-ray imaging

Abstract : Real-time processing of X-ray image data acquired at synchrotron radiation facilities allows for smart high-speed experiments. This includes workflows covering parameterized and image-based feedback-driven control up to the final storage of raw and processed data. Nevertheless, there is presently no system that supports an efficient construction of such experiment workflows in a scalable way. Thus, here an architecture based on a high-level control system that manages low-level data acquisition, data processing and device changes is described. This system is suitable for routine as well as prototypical experiments, and provides specialized building blocks to conduct four-dimensional in situ, in vivo and operando tomography and laminography.
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Matthias Vogelgesang, Tomas Farago, Thilo F Morgeneyer, Lukas Helfen, Tomy dos Santos Rolo, et al.. Real-time image-content-based beamline control for smart 4D X-ray imaging. Journal of Synchrotron Radiation, International Union of Crystallography, 2016, 23 (5), pp.1254-1263. ⟨10.1107/S1600577516010195⟩. ⟨hal-01421577⟩



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