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SAMP, the Simple Application Messaging Protocol, is a hub-based communication standard for the exchange of data and control between participating client applications. It has been developed within the context of the Virtual Observatory with the aim of enabling specialised data analysis tools to cooperate as a loosely integrated suite, and is now in use by many and varied desktop and web-based applications dealing with astronomical data. This paper reviews the requirements and design principles that led to SAMP’s specification, provides a high-level description of the protocol, and discusses some of its common and possible future usage patterns, with particular attention to those factors that have aided its success in practice.
|Number of pages||10|
|Journal||Astronomy and Computing|
|Volume||11 Part B|
|Early online date||2 Feb 2015|
|Publication status||Published - Jun 2015|
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Research in planetary physics, astrophysics and cosmology at Bristol
1/04/12 → 1/04/15