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Title:Hitran application programming interface (HAPI): extending hitran capabilities
Author(s):Kochanov, Roman V.
Contributor(s):Wilzewski, Jonas; Hill, Christian; Wcislo, Piotr; Rothman, Laurence S.; Gordon, Iouli E.
Subject(s):Spectroscopy in Atmospheric Chemistry
Abstract:In this talk we present an update on the HITRAN Application Programming Interface (HAPI) \footnote{Kochanov RV, Gordon IE, et al. Submitted to JQSRT HighRus Special Issue 2016.}\footnote{Kochanov RV, Hill C, et al. ISMS 2015.}. HAPI is a free Python library providing a flexible set of tools to work with the most up-to-date spectroscopic data provided by \mbox{HITRANonline} ( \footnote{Rothman LS, Gordon IE, et al. JQSRT 2013
130:4–50.}\footnote{Hill C, Gordon IE, et al. Accepted to JQSRT HighRus Special Issue 2016.}. HAPI gives access to the spectroscopic parameters which are continuously being added to \mbox{HITRANonline}. For instance, these include non-Voigt profile parameters \footnote{Wcislo P, Gordon IE, et al. Accepted to JQSRT HighRus Special Issue 2016.}, foreign broadenings and shifts \footnote{Wilzewski JS, Gordon IE, et al. JQSRT 2016
168:193–206.}, and line mixing. HAPI enables more accurate spectra calculations for the spectroscopic and astrophysical applications requiring the detailed modeling of the broadener. HAPI implements an expert algorithm for the line profile selection for a single-layer radiative transfer calculation, and can be extended by custom line profiles and algorithms of their calculations, partition sums, instrumental functions, and temperature and pressure dependences. Possible HAPI applications include spectroscopic data validation and analysis \footnote{Kochanov RV, Gordon IE, et al. Clim Past 2015
11:1097–105.} as well as radiative-transfer calculations, experiment verification and spectroscopic code benchmarking.
Issue Date:2016-06-21
Publisher:International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy
Genre:Conference Paper / Presentation
Rights Information:Copyright 2016 by the authors
Date Available in IDEALS:2017-01-26

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