Here's the text. Some of these are empty, some are "obvious", and some are duplicates.
DMS-REQ-0003: Create and Maintain Science Data Archive
Specification: The LSST project shall create and manage an archive of all its public data products and the raw data necessary to reproduce them. In addition, the archive shall contain all necessary engineering and calibration data for the full understanding of the performance and operation of the Observatory.
DMS-REQ-0005: Produce Data Releases
Specification: All Level 2 Data Products shall be made public as part of periodic coherent Data Releases.
DMS-REQ-0007: Pipeline Infrastructure
Specification: The DMS shall provide Processing, Storage, and Network resources capable of executing the DMS Data Release pipelines over all pre-existing survey data in a time no greater than drProcessingPeriod.
DMS-REQ-0011: Produce Difference Sources
Specification: The DMS shall produce Difference Sources from the analysis of Difference Exposures.
DMS-REQ-0040: Enable BAO Analysis
Specification: The DMS shall provide the data products enabling the measurement of the effects of Baryon Acoustic Oscillations (BAO) in the detected galaxies.
DMS-REQ-0041: Measure Intrinsic Ellipticies of Small Galaxies
Specification: The DMS shall measure the intrinsic ellipticities of small galaxies. The maximum galaxy size for this requirement is 10 arcsec. The measurement error goal for this is TBD.
DMS-REQ-0055: Correct for Camera Bias Structure
DMS-REQ-0056: Correct for Camera Crosstalk
DMS-REQ-0057: Correct for Detector Fringing
DMS-REQ-0058: Correct for Instrument Sensitivity Variation
DMS-REQ-0066: Keep Exposure Archive
Specification: The DMS shall provide an archive of all Raw Exposures taken by the LSST. All other exposure types produced by the DMS (Processed Science Exposures, Calibration Exposures, Coadded Exposures) shall either be archived, or a method shall be provided to recreate them on demand. The Archive shall be designed to be capable of managing the data for the full duration of the survey and associated data processing.
DMS-REQ-0076: Keep Science Data Archive
The DMS shall provide a science data archive containing catalogs of all detected sources and objects and associated metadata that meet data quality thresholds for retention.
DMS-REQ-0080: Difference Sources Available within 24 hours
Detected sources and associated metadata shall be available for public access in the DMS science data archive within 24 hours of their generation by the DMS.
DMS-REQ-0081: Produce Object Catalog
The LSST DMS shall produce a catalog of all objects detected by the Detection Pipeline in at least two Difference Exposures from a single Visit.
DMS-REQ-0086: Produce Orbit Catalog
The LSST DMS shall produce a catalog of all moving objects detected by the Moving Object Pipeline (MOP)
DMS-REQ-0090: Generate Alerts
DMS-REQ-0092: Alert Attributes
For each alert, DMS shall store the pipeline parameters used to derive it, and a set of metadata attributes including at least:
- Class of event detected
- Confidence of detection
- All associated information from the Object Catalog (includes Sources associated with this Object)
- Postage stamp images centered on the Object from both difference exposures of the visit which triggered the alert, and from the template image used in image substraction.
DMS-REQ-0104: Product Co-Added Exposures
The DMS shall produce Co-Added Exposures combining the set of exposures taken of the same region of the sky that meet a user-specified set of quality and other selection criteria. These may include site conditions (seeing, sky brightness), telescope conditions (wavefront quality), PSF shape and spatial variability, date of exposure, or filter used.
Each Exposure contributing to a Co-Added Exposure shall be projected onto a common reference frame using a projection selected from a set of options by a Policy. [ACTION: harmonize with co-add pipeline requirement, enumerate the types of coadds required]
DMS-REQ-0116: Extended Object Shape Parameters
For extended objects only, the summary metadata attributes must also include shape parameters.
Weak lensing studies require the image moments (or equivalent) through N=2.
For weak lensing extended objects of size greater than TBD (10 arcsec?) do not require shape parameters to be measured