We are glad to announce our recent participation in the Advanced School and Workshop on Nuclear Physics Signal Processing (ANSiP) in november 2011 as well as in the last Seminary at Alembert’s Centre, the 8th of february 2012.
Alembert’s Center (Centre Interdisciplinaire d’Etude de l’Evolution des Idées, des Sciences et des Techniques), is a privileged place of reflection about transformations in research. It’s a space of exchange and discussion with the aim of understanding the last changes and the forthcoming innovations.
You can found all the information about our seminary here.
This presentation contains the commands to install and to configure Narval on a Debian Squeeze used during the practical lessons of the Narval School.
Last presentation of X. Grave which detailed the internal mechanism of Narval.
If you survived until this level, this videos is something like the ultimate boss for Narval game
During this course, L. Legeard from GANIL, has introduced to us GRU (GANIL Root Utilities) and explains us how to use GRU inside Narval actors. The presentation can be found on this link.
The first videos is a presentation of the system
The second is a demonstration during the practical lesson. The support for this practical lesson can be downloaded here
In this videos, E. Legay, explain the purpose of the practical lesson “How to create a C actor” and this presentation can be found on this link.
The support for this practical lesson can be downloaded here.
More information can be found on the Narval technical documentation.
In this two videos, X. Grave will explain the difference between C and Ada actors in Narval world, and will describe the functionalities which can be reached with each language.
Presentation about C actors
Presentation about Ada actors
The support for the Ada actors practical lesson can be downloaded here.
This presentation, done by E. Legay, is an introduction the different configuration files needed by Narval.
This introduction should be completed with the Narval technical documentation. The practical lesson linked to this presentation can be found here.
This presentation, done by K. Nguyen-Kim, will explain and describe the syntax of Narval shell commands.
The support for the practical lesson can be found here.
This presentation is a good extension of the technical documentation which can be found on the Narval technical documentation.
This video explains the different steps of the practical lesson (Miss the file I know).
We use Debian Squeeze distribution for this lesson.