Luiz Fernando Cagiano Parodi De Frias (Univ. Federal do Rio de Janeiro (BR))
In 2010, the LHC experiment produced 7 TeV and heavy-ions collisions continually, generating a huge amount of data, which was analyzed and reported throughout several performed studies. Since then, physicists are bringing out papers and conference notes announcing results and achievements. During 2010, 37 papers and 102 conference notes were published and until September 2011 there are already 131 papers and 189 conference notes in preparation. This paper presents the ATLAS Analysis Papers and ATLAS Analysis Conference Notes systems, developed to monitor the entire publication procedure up to the final submission and to promote the communication among the collaboration members. The software supports the paper elaboration process, tracking the analysis results status and improvement of the paper initial version, presenting a step-by-step procedure overview and promoting communication among collaborators. Along with the increasing flow of papers and conference notes, one of the issues is the way to guarantee that all members who participate in the analysis studies are aware of not only the discussion deadlines but also of the publication process, which involves 17 steps, split in 3 different phases for papers and 10 steps in 1 phase for conference notes. By sending notifications based on predefined rules the systems inform members to approve each step and provide further information such as the approval conditions and the documents in which the publication is based on. Through the software it is also possible to manage dates and members of the editorial team. The data processing is performed by using the Glance System, the main data retrieval platform used for ATLAS information management.
Collaboration Atlas (Atlas)
Bruno Lange Ramos (Univ. Federal do Rio de Janeiro (BR)) Carmen Maidantchik (Univ. Federal do Rio de Janeiro (BR)) Felipe Fink Grael (Univ. Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ)) Mr Kaio Karam Galvao (Instituto de Física / Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro) Kathy Pommes (CERN) Laura De Oliveira Fernandes Moraes (Univ. Federal do Rio de Janeiro (BR)) Luiz Fernando Cagiano Parodi De Frias (Univ. Federal do Rio de Janeiro (BR)) Luiz Henrique Ramos De Azevedo Evora (Univ. Federal do Rio de Janeiro (BR))