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Community Evaluation of Rubin Survey Strategies
The Project survey simulations team will provide an update on Operations Simulations (OpSim) and their Metric Analysis Framework (MAF), and host a Q&A on topics related to the community's evaluation of these survey strategies. Anyone with questions or suggestions is encouraged to contact the session chairs, Lynne Jones and Peter Yoachim.
See also the Community.lsst.org topic "Survey Strategy Session at the Rubin Obs. PCW 2020".
Survey Strategy Introduction - Lynne Jones
Scheduler 2020 Update - Peter Yoachim
Survey Strategy: The 1.6 Set
SCOC Survey Strategy - Zeljko Ivezic
Slides used in the Live Session
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