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Describe Training Notes here.

Schedule
 * Tuesday 8:30 - 5
 * Wednesday 8:30 - 5
 * Thursday 8:30 - 5
 * Friday 8:30 - 5
== Goals ==

 * Main goal is to get Dr. Weirich up to speed to run Sensitivity Tests
 * Install SPC software for users
 * Specific things to learn
  * Be able to create landmarks and add images
  * Basic trouble shooting and fixing mis-registeration
  * Perform tiling
  * Do iterations
  * Run residuals, geometry

 * Optional, depending on time and understanding
  * Register images to shape model or maps
  * Autoregister

 * Practice
  * Create landmarks
  * Tile landmarks
  * Run Calibration test
  * Try out error-injected images into the calibration test




== Student Prep ==

 * Stuff to read
   * Gaskell's 2008
   * Palmer's basic write up
   * Jackman's slides
   * Get a copy of the manual

 * Software - Please load the following
   * XCode - Apple's main compiler for OS X. It has many libraries you need. - https://developer.apple.com/xcode/
   * gfortran - https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/GFortranBinaries#MacOS
   * spicelib - http://naif.jpl.nasa.gov/naif/toolkit_FORTRAN.html
   * MacPorts - http://www.macports.org/install.php
   * gnuplot - Installing using MacPorts, "sudo port install gnuplot"
   * imagemagick Installing using MacPorts, "sudo port install ImageMagick"
   * GraphicConverter -- http://www.lemkesoft.de/en/products/graphicconverter/
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 * Need a test case -- mostly finished object.
 * Somewhere where I can tile
 * Images of what is and what should be


== Goals ==

 * Instal SPC software for users

 * Get the concept of how SPC works
    * How SPC is different that stereo
    * How SPC is different that photoclinometry
 * Error
    * Aliasing
    * Stereo - trig, bundle adjustment, S/C position
    * Photoclinometry

 * What is tiling
 * Lithos - Concepts
    * Template
    * Topo
    *
 * Lithos - Implementation
    * How to build a landmark
    * Adding images
    * Pulling topo


== Student Prep ==
 * Stuff to read
 * Software - Please load the following
   * gfortran - https://gcc.gnu.org/fortran/
   * spicelib - http://naif.jpl.nasa.gov/naif/toolkit_FORTRAN.html
   * gnuplot (I find it useful)
 * Test Data
  * Need a test case -- mostly finished object.
  * Somewhere where they can tile
  * Images of what the current shape model and what should look like when done

 * Documentation
  * done - Get Jackman's notes into Wiki
  * done - Get Bob's abstracts (doxygen) into the Wiki
  * Get Component Test Procedures into the Wiki
 * done - Get room and display set up
 * in progress - Develop a NDA


== Activities ==
 * Day 1, Tuesday
  * Introductions and facilities
  * NDA
  * Install the software and test cases
  * Introduce SPC and Bob
  * Review test plan
  * Review Component Test Readness Review
  * Teach basics of SPC
    * Show wiki
    * Provide documentations, unix help
  

 * Day 2, Wednesday
  * Basic SPC stuff
   * Make more landmarks
   * Look at Rosetta's difficulties

  * Tiling
   * map_coverage
   * bigmap
   * make_tilefile
   * make_scriptT
   * find_nofitT

 * Day 3, Thursday
  * Look at the map coverage
   * map_coverage
   * EQNOR4
   * 0 .001
  * Build and view the bigmap
   * bigmap < support/BigEqN4.in
   * echo EQNOR4 | showmap
   * convert EQNOR4.pgm whatever.jpg
  * Review some output files
   * find_nofitT
   * more 173.OOT
  * Do a [[Standard_iteration]] (see wiki --> Work Flow)

  * Show how to fill a landmark with a bigmap
  * Make more landmarks (near the poles)
  * Show how to "find" in [[lithos]]




 * Day 4, Friday
  * Introduce
   * [[register]]
   * [[autoregister]]
   * [[residuals]]
  * Error analysis
  * Run calibration
   * Do tile
   * Look at errors
    * CompareOBJ
    * Other tools
   



== Training Skill Levels ==

 * Level 1 - Introduction to SPC and the most basic tasks with landmarks.
  * Create a landmark
  * Add images
  * Autoremove images
  * Build template
   * Select images
   * Show which ones
   * Correlate
  * Align
   * Autoalign
   * Align with image
   * Align with gradients
  * Topography
   * Just using defaults

 * Level 2 - Basic user - Basic ability to do SPC's most key functions. Can support operations under direct supervision of a fully-trained SPC user. Can run most key SPC functions, but requires help bridging gaps
  * Building workspaces
   * Bigmap
   * Showmap
   * Lithos -> find
  * Batch landmark generation
   * Map_coverage
   * Make_tilefile
   * Make_scriptT
   * Find_nofitT
   * Export
  * Batch Run
   * Duplicates
   * Make_LMRKLISTX
   * Make_scriptP
   * Find_nofitP
  * Display

 * Level 3 - Experienced User - Capable of doing all essential functions of SPC to process data and build shape model. Can run most of a project, but would need support for initial setup and trouble shooting
  * Establishing and Verifying Connections
   * Overlaps
   * Limbs
  * Build Shape
   * Densify
   * Dumber
   * CompareOBJ
   * ICQ format
  * Analysis
   * Residuals
   * Geometry
   * Sigmas
  * Ingesting images
   * Makesumfile.txt -- adding kernels
   * Autoregister
   * Register
   * Make_scriptR
   * Make_scriptA
  * Advanced landmark techniques
   * Setting normal
   * Options for solving the height
   * Landmark resize
   * Replacing topo with map or shape
   * Troubleshooting problem landmarks
  * Visualizing
   * Surface_imager
   * Imager_grid
   * Imager_MG
   * view_image_stereo/rgb
   * view_maps
   * view_shape (geometry.in)
   * shape2map

 * Level 4 - Expert User - Capable of executing all functions needed to run a SPC project, to include configuration, kernel management and navigation.
  * Run a full project
   * Define configuration files and keywords
  * Setup
   * Init_lithos
   * Make_sumfiles.txt
   * Setup SPICE
   * Spacecraft uncertanity
   * Distortion field
   * Blemishes
   * Limber/Tyler
   * Dynamics
  * Coordinate frames
   * Pole
   * Omega
   * Shift
   * New_pole
  * Weighting
   * LMKWTS
   * PICWTS
  * Import
  * Integration with navigation


 * Level 5 - Expert Developer. Understands the internal structure of SPC's code and file format in order to make software changes.
  * Advanced troubleshooting
  * Modifications to SPC code
   * Make updates to process_fits/img
   * Creating SUMFILES/NOMINALS using non-SPICE geometric data
  * Error propagation



== Test Prep ==
 * Test Plan
 * Regression Test
 * Check all data -- make directory
 * Get ready for evaluation
  * Compare obj
  * Easier test
 * Develop tracking log
 * Read over procedures
 * Teach how to build a shape (using script)
 * Work out tools to do evaluation

Goals

  • Main goal is to get Dr. Weirich up to speed to run Sensitivity Tests
  • Install SPC software for users
  • Specific things to learn
    • Be able to create landmarks and add images
    • Basic trouble shooting and fixing mis-registeration
    • Perform tiling
    • Do iterations
    • Run residuals, geometry
  • Optional, depending on time and understanding
    • Register images to shape model or maps
    • Autoregister
  • Practice
    • Create landmarks
    • Tile landmarks
    • Run Calibration test
    • Try out error-injected images into the calibration test

Student Prep

Stuff I need to get ready

  • Test Data
    • Need a test case -- mostly finished object.
    • Somewhere where they can tile
    • Images of what the current shape model and what should look like when done
  • Documentation
    • done - Get Jackman's notes into Wiki
    • done - Get Bob's abstracts (doxygen) into the Wiki
    • Get Component Test Procedures into the Wiki
  • done - Get room and display set up
  • in progress - Develop a NDA

Activities

  • Day 1, Tuesday
    • Introductions and facilities
    • NDA
    • Install the software and test cases
    • Introduce SPC and Bob
    • Review test plan
    • Review Component Test Readness Review
    • Teach basics of SPC
      • Show wiki
      • Provide documentations, unix help
  • Day 2, Wednesday
    • Basic SPC stuff
      • Make more landmarks
      • Look at Rosetta's difficulties
    • Tiling
      • map_coverage
      • bigmap
      • make_tilefile
      • make_scriptT
      • find_nofitT
  • Day 3, Thursday
    • Look at the map coverage
      • map_coverage
      • EQNOR4
      • 0 .001
    • Build and view the bigmap
      • bigmap < support/BigEqN4.in

      • echo EQNOR4 | showmap
      • convert EQNOR4.pgm whatever.jpg
    • Review some output files
      • find_nofitT
      • more 173.OOT
    • Do a Standard_iteration (see wiki --> Work Flow)

    • Show how to fill a landmark with a bigmap
    • Make more landmarks (near the poles)
    • Show how to "find" in lithos

  • Day 4, Friday

Training Skill Levels

  • Level 1 - Introduction to SPC and the most basic tasks with landmarks.
    • Create a landmark
    • Add images
    • Autoremove images
    • Build template
      • Select images
      • Show which ones
      • Correlate
    • Align
      • Autoalign
      • Align with image
      • Align with gradients
    • Topography
      • Just using defaults
  • Level 2 - Basic user - Basic ability to do SPC's most key functions. Can support operations under direct supervision of a fully-trained SPC user. Can run most key SPC functions, but requires help bridging gaps
    • Building workspaces
      • Bigmap
      • Showmap
      • Lithos -> find

    • Batch landmark generation
      • Map_coverage
      • Make_tilefile
      • Make_scriptT
      • Find_nofitT
      • Export
    • Batch Run
      • Duplicates
      • Make_LMRKLISTX
      • Make_scriptP
      • Find_nofitP
    • Display
  • Level 3 - Experienced User - Capable of doing all essential functions of SPC to process data and build shape model. Can run most of a project, but would need support for initial setup and trouble shooting
    • Establishing and Verifying Connections
      • Overlaps
      • Limbs
    • Build Shape
      • Densify
      • Dumber
      • CompareOBJ
      • ICQ format
    • Analysis
      • Residuals
      • Geometry
      • Sigmas
    • Ingesting images
      • Makesumfile.txt -- adding kernels
      • Autoregister
      • Register
      • Make_scriptR
      • Make_scriptA
    • Advanced landmark techniques
      • Setting normal
      • Options for solving the height
      • Landmark resize
      • Replacing topo with map or shape
      • Troubleshooting problem landmarks
    • Visualizing
      • Surface_imager
      • Imager_grid
      • Imager_MG
      • view_image_stereo/rgb
      • view_maps
      • view_shape (geometry.in)
      • shape2map
  • Level 4 - Expert User - Capable of executing all functions needed to run a SPC project, to include configuration, kernel management and navigation.
    • Run a full project
      • Define configuration files and keywords
    • Setup
      • Init_lithos
      • Make_sumfiles.txt
      • Setup SPICE
      • Spacecraft uncertanity
      • Distortion field
      • Blemishes
      • Limber/Tyler
      • Dynamics
    • Coordinate frames
      • Pole
      • Omega
      • Shift
      • New_pole
    • Weighting
      • LMKWTS
      • PICWTS
    • Import
    • Integration with navigation
  • Level 5 - Expert Developer. Understands the internal structure of SPC's code and file format in order to make software changes.
    • Advanced troubleshooting
    • Modifications to SPC code
      • Make updates to process_fits/img
      • Creating SUMFILES/NOMINALS using non-SPICE geometric data
    • Error propagation

Test Prep

  • Test Plan
  • Regression Test
  • Check all data -- make directory
  • Get ready for evaluation
    • Compare obj
    • Easier test
  • Develop tracking log
  • Read over procedures
  • Teach how to build a shape (using script)
  • Work out tools to do evaluation

Training_Notes (last edited 2020-01-14 14:37:01 by KristinaLopez)