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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Multi-Object Spectroscopy with Optical Fibres
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    Chapter 2 Objective-Prisms on Schmidt Telescopes: Past Activity and Future Prospects
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    Chapter 3 Flair on the UK Schmidt Telescope
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    Chapter 4 2DF: The Two-Degree Field Facility on the AAT
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    Chapter 5 The Spectroscopic Survey of the SDSS
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    Chapter 6 Spectroscopy with FORS
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    Chapter 7 The VLT-VIRMOS Deep Redshift Survey
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    Chapter 8 A Concept Design of the Positioner of the Optical Fibres of the LAMOST
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    Chapter 9 The Large Sky Area Multi-Object Fibre Spectroscopy Telescope ( LAMOST) Project
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    Chapter 10 The Gemini Multi-Object Spectrographs
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    Chapter 11 Multi-Object Spectroscopy and Radio Surveys
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    Chapter 12 The Spectroscopic Plate Archives in the Wide-Field Plate Database
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    Chapter 13 Exploring Terabyte Archives in Astronomy
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    Chapter 14 Automated Objective Prism Spectral Classification Using Neural Networks
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    Chapter 15 Automatic Classification of Digitized Objective Prism Spectra
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    Chapter 16 The New Multifunctional Spectrograph at the Bosque Alegre Station
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    Chapter 17 Multi-Object Spectrograph TAUMOK
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    Chapter 18 A Simple Automatic Method of Determining the Positions of Spectra on Objective-Prism Images
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    Chapter 19 DS 3 : Drift Scanning Survey Spectrograph
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    Chapter 20 A System for the Analysis of Objective-Prism Data
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    Chapter 21 Wide-Field Spectroscopy with 3.5 Degree Objectiv Prism and 50/70 cm Rozhen Schmidt Telescope
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    Chapter 22 Objective Prism Spectra Database of the 70-cm Meniscus Telescope
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    Chapter 23 Wide Field Spectroscopy & the Structure of the Galaxy
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    Chapter 24 Some Objectives of the Wide Field Spectroscopy in the Nearest Galaxies
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    Chapter 25 The Impact of Multiobject Spectroscopy on the Study of Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxies Orbiting the MW
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    Chapter 26 Planetary Nebulae in Extragalactic Systems
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    Chapter 27 Stellar Systems in the Magellanic Clouds
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    Chapter 28 B-Stars Towards the Galactic Center
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    Chapter 29 Distribution of Carbon Stars in the LMC
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    Chapter 30 Objective Prism Spectral Survey of A P , M Stars
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    Chapter 31 Deep Spectral Survey of Carbon Stars in the Near-Infrared
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    Chapter 32 Spectroscopic Parallaxes in Determining the Correction of Relative to Absolute Parallax
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    Chapter 33 Lithium in the Old Open Cluster M 67: Constraints for the Cause of the Boesgaard Li Gap
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    Chapter 34 Measuring Radial Velocities of Orion Association Members Using the UK Schmidt Flair
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    Chapter 35 Spectral Metallicity in M33
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    Chapter 36 Slitless and Multi-Slit Spectroscopy of Typical Objects in Nearby Galaxies
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    Chapter 37 Deep Survey for Carbon Stars in the Yellow-Red Spectral Region
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    Chapter 38 A Sulphur Abundance Gradient in NGC 300
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    Chapter 39 Wide-Area Interference Spectroscopy of the Ionized Gas Surrounding the OCL-352 (IC-1805) Stellar Association
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    Chapter 40 A Kinematical and Chemical Probe of the Galaxy
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    Chapter 41 Multiwavelength Spectroscopy of the Late-Type Star IRAS 18530 + 0817
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    Chapter 42 Velocity and Line Profile Variations in Massive Stars, WR-Stars and Their Origin
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    Chapter 43 Wide Field Spectroscopy and the Universe
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    Chapter 44 The ESO Slice Project (ESP) Redshift Survey
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    Chapter 45 The Luminosity Function and Mean Density of Galaxies from the ESO Slice Project (ESP) Redshift Survey
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    Chapter 46 A Deep 20 cm Radio Mosaic of the ESO Slice Project Galaxy Redshift Survey
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    Chapter 47 The Z ~ 0 Universe
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    Chapter 48 The Canada France Redshift Survey
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    Chapter 49 Multifiber Spectroscopy Applied to Small Groups of Galaxies
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    Chapter 50 Complete Spectroscopic Surveys of Nearby Galaxy Clusters
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    Chapter 51 Towards an Objectively Defined Catalog of Galaxy Clusters from the Digitized POSS-II
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    Chapter 52 A Galaxy Cluster at 0.82 in the NEP ROSAT Survey
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    Chapter 53 The Velocity Dispersions Distribution of Galaxy Clusters
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    Chapter 54 The Cluster Velocity Field in Dark Matter Models
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    Chapter 55 A Survey in the Direction of the Great Attractor
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    Chapter 56 The UKST FLAIR-DENIS Survey
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    Chapter 57 Study of the Shapley Concentration
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    Chapter 58 Comparing the Predicted Abell/ACO Cluster and the MkIII Galaxy Density & Velocity Fields
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    Chapter 59 The Muenster Redshift Project (MRSP)
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    Chapter 60 The Second Byurakan Survey: Galaxies
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    Chapter 61 Surveys of Starburst Galaxies
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    Chapter 62 Diagnostics of Dust Obscured Galactic Nuclei with ISO Spectroscopy
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    Chapter 63 A Redshift Survey of Obscured Galaxies
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    Chapter 64 The QSO Evolution Derived from the HBQS and Other Complete QSO Surveys
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    Chapter 65 Optical Surveys of Quasars
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    Chapter 66 The Hamburg Objective-Prism Surveys for Bright Quasars
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    Chapter 67 The Space Density of Z > 4 Quasars from the Second Palomar Sky Survey
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    Chapter 68 Panel Discussion
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    Chapter 69 Conference Summary
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Title
Wide-Field Spectroscopy
Published by
ADS, December 2012
DOI 10.1007/978-94-011-5722-3
ISBNs
978-9-40-106413-2, 978-9-40-115722-3
Editors

Kontizas, E., Kontizas, M., Morgan, D. H., Vettolani, G. P.

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