ASSA is an abbreviation of Automatic Solar Synoptic Analyzer, which is a name of the software system developed by the Korean Space Weather Center of the Radio Research Agency and SELab, Inc. in Korea.
ASSA GUI is a standalone program which enables users to emulate the whole procedures of ASSA in their personal computers. It is developed with IDL and wrapped up as a distributable file package, so that every users can use it even if they don’t have IDL installed on their computer. With this program, users can fully experience the detailed procedures of ASSA.
ASSA consists of the following three categories
For each category, ASSA receives necessary solar raw images and processes them in a designated procedure to yield resultant output files.
※운영체제 종류별 호환성 정보
1)Mac : Mac OS X 10.11 EI Captan 이후 버전은 보장되지 않음
2)Windows : Windows 10 버전은 1511이후 버전은 보장되지 않음
<Update note on version 1.12>
1. FL processing for filament detection is now fully supported
2. Download link for AIA 193 images for CH detection has been changed
3. Problem of Alpha-Delta has been fixed
4. SC output files are now produced even when there’s no sunspot at all
5. Flare probabilities shown on SC output files are now estimated based on the statistical analysis of the dependence of flaring probability on Zpc class obtained by applying ASSA algorithm to past archive of SOHO data archive (1996~2011)
6. N-S separation between sunspots are also considered in sunspot grouping
7. Problem of too many ‘C’ of Z class value has been fixed
8. Problem of multiple ROIs in disk masking has been fixed
9. Problem of showing wrong rectangular sector in ‘Show Classification Details’ interface has been fixed
10. Hole-shaped ROIs with minus area are now can be excluded
12. Many changes of internal algorithms as of September 2014 were fully applied
13. Screen size of main GUI is automatically adjusted by adopting scroll bars
14. Other minor problems are has been fixed
< Update note on version 1.07 >
New version of ASSA GUI(version 1.03) is available now.
The ASSA feedback portal is open today.
Any Suggestion and comment will be appreciated.
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