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2 August 2010 A publication database for optical long baseline interferometry
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Optical long baseline interferometry is a technique that has generated almost 850 refereed papers to date. The targets span a large variety of objects from planetary systems to extragalactic studies and all branches of stellar physics. We have created a database hosted by the JMMC and connected to the Optical Long Baseline Interferometry Newsletter (OLBIN) web site using MySQL and a collection of XML or PHP scripts in order to store and classify these publications. Each entry is defined by its ADS bibcode, includes basic ADS informations and metadata. The metadata are specified by tags sorted in categories: interferometric facilities, instrumentation, wavelength of operation, spectral resolution, type of measurement, target type, and paper category, for example. The whole OLBIN publication list has been processed and we present how the database is organized and can be accessed. We use this tool to generate statistical plots of interest for the community in optical long baseline interferometry.
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Fabien Malbet, Guillaume Mella, Peter Lawson, Esther Taillifet, and Sylvain Lafrasse "A publication database for optical long baseline interferometry", Proc. SPIE 7734, Optical and Infrared Interferometry II, 77343F (2 August 2010); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.857552
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