Systematization of sources of data on spectral line parameters for the CO2 molecule and its isotopologues in the W@DIS information system

A. V. Kozodoev, A. I. Privezentsev, A. Z. Fazliev, N. N. Filippov

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Spectral line profiles are used to process experimental spectra when solving the inverse problem of computing the collisional parameters of the profiles [1]. The difference in their shapes is due to different physical conditions (hard/soft collisions, high/low pressures, etc.). Numerous different profiles are used in the study of the spectral line parameters of carbon dioxide, methane, methyl halides, and other molecules. The diversity of the line profiles used in the systematization of spectral line parameters adds complexity to the structures of data available in information systems and to the structures of individuals involved in ontological descriptions of the spectral line properties, which characterize the line profiles. A brief classification of spectral line profiles and their parameters is given, and the results of the systematization of spectral data relating to different line profiles used in processing carbon dioxide spectra are presented. The line profiles available in the library are described, and a system is built for importing spectral line parameters derived from the solution of the direct and inverse problems. Computer software for an automatic description of the properties of the solutions imported has been developed. The basic properties of the spectral data compiled in the W@DIS information system provide a description of the outcome of the imported data quality assessment.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)201-215
Number of pages15
JournalAtmospheric and Oceanic Optics
Volume31
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2018

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distributed interactive simulation
information systems
line spectra
information system
profiles
molecules
inverse problem
carbon dioxide
halide
data quality
low pressure
collision
methane
parameter
software
halides
computer programs
collisions

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  • Oceanography
  • Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics
  • Earth-Surface Processes
  • Atmospheric Science

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