Julia Documentation Help
What it is
You are looking at the hyperised Julia Software Documentation, generated automatically from original documents with tools developed in the framework of the LIGHT project. Julia is the reconstruction program of the ALEPH experiment at CERN.
Julia documentation consists of source code, manuals, data structures, database and libraries. Not only all these documents are available on WWW, but they are also interconnected with hypertext links in a way that facilitates navigation and understanding.
How to Navigate
From the Julia Home Page, you can navigate the 5 document sets that are needed to understand and maintain the Julia Program:
You may also use the Navigation Map, a clickable image that let you access the Julia Documentation in a graphical way.
- Julia Program, a large (110,000 lines) Fortran 77 program,
- ALEPH Data Structures, formal descriptions of the physics data manipulated by the ALEPH programs.
- ALEPH Database, that contains detector and physics parameters accessed by all ALEPH
- ALEPH Library (ALEPHLIB), a large set of routines used by all ALEPH programs.
- CERN Program Library (CERNLIB), a large set of general purpose routines.
Aleph/LIGHT Home Page
- Julia Documentation Help Contents
- Julia Program
- ALEPH Data Structures
- ALEPH Database
- ALEPH Library (ALEPHLIB)
- CERN program LIBrary (CERNLIB)
Aleph/LIGHT, 5th March 96, Comments and Suggestions ?
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