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* 'Radio-interferometric imaging of very large objects', Cornwell, T. J.
 
* 'Radio-interferometric imaging of very large objects', Cornwell, T. J.
 
Besides discussion of the subject of the title, there is some discussion of deconvolution methods. [[Media:1988A+A...202..316C.pdf]]
 
Besides discussion of the subject of the title, there is some discussion of deconvolution methods. [[Media:1988A+A...202..316C.pdf]]
* 'Short Spacings From The Singledish Perspective', S. Stanimirovic [[Media:whatever]]
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* 'Short Spacings From The Singledish Perspective', S. Stanimirovic [[Media:2002ASPC..278..375S.pdf]]

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Science Papers

  • A Large-Scale Survey of NGC 1333 [[1]]
  • A submillimetre survey of the kinematics of the Perseus molecular cloud - I. Data [[2]]
  • A submillimetre survey of the kinematics of the Perseus molecular cloud - II. Molecular outflows [[3]]
  • A submillimetre survey of the kinematics of the Perseus molecular cloud - III. Clump kinematics [[4]]
  • Bolocam Survey for 1.1 mm Dust Continuum Emission in the c2d Legacy Clouds. I. Perseus [[5]]
  • Star formation in Perseus. Clusters, filaments and the conditions for star formation [[6]]
  • Star formation in Perseus. II. SEDs, classification, and lifetimes [[7]]
  • Star formation in Perseus. III. Outflows [[8]]
  • Star formation in Perseus. IV. Mass-dependent evolution of dense cores [[9]]
  • The properties of SCUBA cores in the Perseus molecular cloud: the bias of clump-finding algorithms [[10]]
  • The molecular outflows in NGC 1333 [[11]]
  • Water in low-mass star-forming regions with Herschel: HIFI spectroscopy of NGC 1333 [[12]]

Online Data from Papers

  • Star formation in Perseus. II. (Hatchell+, 2007) [[13]]

Technical Papers

  • 'BIMA Memo 57: Autocorrelation observations with BIMA' - Pound & Helfer.

This paper discusses attempts at using the 6m antennas to get singledish spacings for BIMA and also discusses some background on why and how. [[14]]

  • 'Radio-interferometric imaging of very large objects', Cornwell, T. J.

Besides discussion of the subject of the title, there is some discussion of deconvolution methods. Media:1988A+A...202..316C.pdf

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