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The Universe of Digital Sky Surveys

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Table of Contents

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Massimo Capaccioli: A Life for Astronomy
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    Chapter 2 Digital Sky Surveys from the Ground: Status and Perspectives
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    Chapter 3 Public Surveys at ESO
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    Chapter 4 Galaxy Evolution in the Era of Digital Surveys: A Theoretical Overview
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    Chapter 5 Photometric Surveys of the Galactic Bulge and Long Bar
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    Chapter 6 The VMC Survey
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    Chapter 7 Galactic Plane H α Surveys: IPHAS and VPHAS+
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    Chapter 8 Science Archives: Facilitating Survey Science
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    Chapter 9 Science Archives at the Wide Field Astronomy Unit
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    Chapter 10 HELP : The Herschel Extragalactic Legacy Project & The Coming of Age of Multi-Wavelength Astrophysics
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    Chapter 11 Cepheids and the Distance Ladder
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    Chapter 12 The Environment of Barred Galaxies Revisited
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    Chapter 13 Using Gamma Regression for Photometric Redshifts of Survey Galaxies
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    Chapter 14 The Nature of Faint Blue Stars in the PHL and Ton Catalogues Based on Digital Sky Surveys
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    Chapter 15 The Construction of a Reference Star Catalog for the Euclid Mission
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    Chapter 16 Singular Spectrum Analysis for Astronomical Time Series: Constructing a Parsimonious Hypothesis Test
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    Chapter 17 The Universe of Digital Sky Surveys
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    Chapter 18 The VLT Survey Telescope: What Stands Behind the Surveys
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    Chapter 19 Galaxy Evolution Within the Kilo-Degree Survey
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    Chapter 20 Strong Lens Search in the ESO Public Survey KiDS
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    Chapter 21 Early Type Galaxies and Structural Parameters from ESO Public Survey KiDS
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    Chapter 22 STREGA@VST: Structure and Evolution of the Galaxy
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    Chapter 23 The VST Survey of the SMC and the Magellanic Bridge (STEP): First Results
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    Chapter 24 White Dwarfs in the Galactic Plane: The Clustered and Dispersed Population
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    Chapter 25 VEGAS-SSS: A VST Early-Type GAlaxy Survey: Analysis of Small Stellar System
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    Chapter 26 Deep photometry of galaxies in the VEGAS survey: the case of NGC 4472
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    Chapter 26 Deep Photometry of Galaxies in the VEGAS Survey: The Case of NGC 4472
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    Chapter 27 Shapley Supercluster Survey
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    Chapter 28 The Wide-Field Nearby Galaxy-Cluster Survey (WINGS) and Its Extension OMEGAWINGS
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    Chapter 29 The Properties of Faint Galaxies in Nearby Clusters of the WINGS Sample
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    Chapter 30 Searching for Galaxy Clusters in the VST-KiDS Survey
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    Chapter 31 First Results from Supernova Diversity and Rate Evolution (SUDARE) Survey at VST
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    Chapter 32 The Wide Area VISTA Extra-Galactic Survey (WAVES)
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    Chapter 33 Systematic Variation of Central Mass Density Slope in Early-Type Galaxies
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    Chapter 34 The Low-Mass End of the Initial Mass Function in Massive Early-Type-Galaxies
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    Chapter 35 Luminosity Functions in the CLASH-VLT Cluster MACS J1206.2-0847: The Importance of Tidal Interactions
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    Chapter 36 A Search for Giant Radio Galaxy Candidates and Their Radio-Optical Follow-up
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    Chapter 37 The PN Population in the M87 Halo and the Virgo Cluster Core
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    Chapter 38 The Stellar Mass Functions of the CLASH-VLT Clusters MACS J1206-0847 and Abell 209
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    Chapter 39 Supernovae as Cosmological Probes
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    Chapter 40 Unveiling Accreting White Dwarf Binariesin Hard X-Ray Surveys
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    Chapter 41 The WiFeS S7 AGN Survey: Current Status and Recent Results on NGC 6300
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    Chapter 42 Variability-Selected AGNs in the VST-SUDARE Survey of the COSMOS Field
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    Chapter 43 A New Search for Variability-Selected Active Galaxies Within the VST SUDARE-VOICE Survey: The Chandra Deep Field South and the SERVS-SWIRE Area
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    Chapter 44 Fermi Continuous Survey of the High-Energy Sky and Its Serendipitous Results
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    Chapter 45 Selection of High-z Radio-Loud Quasars, and Their Luminosity Function
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    Chapter 46 Science with the EXTraS Project: Exploring the X-ray Transient and variable Sky
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    Chapter 46 Science with the EXTraS Project: Exploring the X-Ray Transient and Variable Sky
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    Chapter 47 What’s Next for VST: Electromagnetic Follow-Up of Gravitational Waves Events
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Title
The Universe of Digital Sky Surveys
Published by
ADS, May 2016
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-19330-4
ISBNs
978-3-31-919329-8, 978-3-31-919330-4
Editors

Napolitano, Nicola R., Longo, Giuseppe, Marconi, Marcella, Paolillo, Maurizio, Iodice, Enrichetta

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Unknown 4 100%

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Student > Ph. D. Student 3 75%
Other 1 25%
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Physics and Astronomy 2 50%
Mathematics 1 25%
Unknown 1 25%

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