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The objective of this study was to investigate the state of the art in Open Source Software development, and how it could be applied to the development of a European Space Thermal Analysis tool. The main activities of the study were:
The source code for the prototype tool is not available for download for two reasons:
The following documents are available for download from this web site:
|ThermOss_Final_Report||Executive Summary and Final Report|
|Therm-OSS-001||Software Development Guidelines|
|Therm-OSS-002||Review of existing OSS for orbit propagation and raytracing/radiosity|
|Therm-OSS-003||Survey of suitable OSS †|
|Therm-OSS-004||Definition of Target Application, Intrastructure and Product|
|Therm-OSS-005||User Requirements Document / Software User Manual|
|Therm-OSS-006||Software Specification Manual|
|Therm-OSS-007||Detailed Design Document|
|Therm-OSS-008||ThermOSS Web Application - User Manual|
|Therm-OSS-009||ThermOSS Web Application - Administrator Manual|
|Therm-OSS-010||ThermOSS Web Application - Installation Manual|
|Therm-OSS-011||ThermOSS Web Application - User Requirements Document|
|Therm-OSS-012||ThermOSS Web Application - Configuration Manual|
|Therm-OSS-013||Configuration list of deliverable codes and software transfer document|
† Please note that an updated survey will be provided as one of the deliverables of another project, expected at the end of 2006
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