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Title: The Ensemble Canon
Authors: Mittman, David S
Keywords: Java (programming language)
mission planning
computer programming
software engineering
applications programs (computers),
lessons learned
Issue Date: 1-Jun-2011
Publisher: Pasadena, CA : Jet Propulsion Laboratory, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2011
Series/Report no.: NASA-SP
Abstract: Ensemble is an open architecture for the development, integration, and deployment of mission opera- tions software. Fundamentally, it is an adaptation of the Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP), a widespread, stable, and supported framework for component-based application development. By capitalizing on the maturity and availability of the Eclipse RCP, Ensemble offers a low-risk, politically neutral path towards a tighter integration of operations tools. The Ensemble project is a highly successful, ongoing collaboration among NASA Centers. Since 2004, the Ensemble project has supported the development of mission operations software for NASA’s Explora- tion Systems, Science, and Space Operations Directorates.
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