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VieVS 2.3 - status of the Vienna VLBI Software and plans for the future

14 Mar 2016, 17:00
Board: S4P4
Poster Presentation 4: Data Structures and Analysis Strategies in the VGOS Era Poster4-6


Johannes Böhm (Technische Universität Wien)


The Vienna VLBI Software (VieVS) is a VLBI analysis software developed and maintained at Technische Universität Wien (TU Wien) since 2008 with contributions from groups all over the world. It is used for both academic purposes in university courses as well as for providing VLBI analysis results to the geodetic community. Written in a modular structure in Matlab, VieVS offers easy access to the source code and the possibility to adapt the programs for particular purposes. The new version 2.3, released in December 2015, includes several new parameters to be estimated in the global solution, such as tidal ERP variation coefficients. The graphical user interface was slightly modified for an improved user functionality and, e.g., the possibility of deriving baseline length repeatabilities. The scheduling of satellite observations was refined, the simulator newly includes the effect of source structure which can also be corrected for in the analysis. This poster gives an overview of all VLBI-related activities in Vienna and provides an outlook to future plans concerning the Vienna VLBI Software.

Primary author

Matthias Madzak (Technische Universität Wien)


Mrs Anastasiia Girdiuk (TU Wien) Mr Andreas Hellerschmied (Technische Universität Wien) Armin Hofmeister (Technische Universität Wien) Daniel Landskron (Technische Universität Wien) David Mayer (Technische Universität Wien) Hana Krásná (Technische Universität Wien) Jamie McCallum (University of Tasmania) Dr Jing Sun (Beijing Aerospace Control Center) Johannes Böhm (Technische Universität Wien) Kamil Teke (Hacettepe University) Dr Lucia Plank (University of Tasmania) Schönberger Caroline (Technische Universität Wien) Sigrid Böhm (Technische Universität Wien) Dr Stanislav Shabala (University of Tasmania) Dr Younghee Kwak (Vienna University of Technology)

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