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==Generic approach to systematics==
==Generic approach to systematics==
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Revision as of 16:49, 29 January 2015

The HFI validation is mostly modular. That is, each part of the pipeline, be it timeline processing, map-making, or any other, validates the results of its work at each step of the processing, looking specifically for known issues. In addition, we do additional validation with an eye towards overall system integrity by looking at generic differences between sets of maps, in which most problems will become apparent, whether known or not. Both these are described below.

Expected systematics and tests (bottom-up approach)[edit]

Like all experiments, Planck/HFI had a number of "issues" which it needed to track and verify were not compromising the data. While these are discussed in appropriate sections, here we gather them together to give brief summaries of the issues and refer the reader to the appropriate section for more details.

Generic approach to systematics[edit]

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(Planck) High Frequency Instrument

random telegraphic signal

Cosmic Microwave background

analog to digital converter