Publications

  • FIRTEZ-dz. A forward and inverse solver of the polarized radiative transfer equation under Zeeman regime in geometrical scale

    We present a numerical code that solves the forward and inverse problem of the polarized radiative transfer equation in geometrical scale under the Zeeman regime. The code is fully parallelized, making it able to easily handle large observational and simulated datasets. We checked the reliability of the forward and inverse modules through different

    Pastor Yabar, A. et al.

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    9
    2019
  • Horizontal branch morphology: A new photometric parametrization

    Context. Theory and observations indicate that the distribution of stars along the horizontal branch of Galactic globular clusters mainly depends on the metal content. However, the existence of globular clusters with similar metal content and absolute age but different horizontal branch morphologies, suggests the presence of another parameter

    Torelli, M. et al.

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    9
    2019
  • Machine learning in APOGEE. Identification of stellar populations through chemical abundances

    Context. The vast volume of data generated by modern astronomical surveys offers test beds for the application of machine-learning. In these exploratory applications, it is important to evaluate potential existing tools and determine those that are optimal for extracting scientific knowledge from the available observations. Aims: We explore the

    Garcia-Dias, Rafael et al.

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    9
    2019
  • MAGPHYS+photo-z: Constraining the Physical Properties of Galaxies with Unknown Redshifts

    We present an enhanced version of the multiwavelength spectral modeling code MAGPHYS that allows the estimation of galaxy photometric redshift and physical properties (e.g., stellar mass, star formation rate, dust attenuation) simultaneously, together with robust characterization of their uncertainties. The self-consistent modeling over ultraviolet

    Battisti, A. J. et al.

    Advertised on:

    9
    2019