NOBUGS 2004 Conference

New Opportunities for Better User Group Software

October, 18-20, 2004 at PSI, Switzerland

Abstract Submitted for NOBUGS2004

Instrument control software development at FRM-II

J. Krueger, S. Huber, S. Roth, T. Unruh

The standard instrument control software at FRM-II is highly modularized and based on TACO ( and NICOS ( This design gives the instrument scientists the possibility to adapt their instrument control software for special cases very easy. TACO is used for the access to the hardware and NICOS works as glue between the hardware modules. It will be explained how simple an extension to the instrument control software may be added and how a new hardware may be included.

Abstract File: abstract00161.txt


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