Fig. 9


Nature and ordering of the different steps of Algorithm 1 and how the computing time is distributed across them. The light and dark gray areas represent the imaging and calibration steps, respectively. The black area represents the miscellaneous tasks (additional data products, see Sect. 3.4) that are done once the DI and DD self-calibration loops have completed. These graphs were created from a DDF-PIPELINE-V2 run on a node equipped with 192 GBytes RAM and 2 Intel Xeon Gold 6130 CPU at 2.10 GHz, giving 32 physical compute cores. The dashed area is a quadrant representing a day, while the inner pie shows the total contributions of the imaging, calibration, and miscellaneous tasks.

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