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Studies of Mira and Semiregular Variables Using Visual Databases

  • T. R. Bedding (a1), B. C. Conn (a1) and A. A. Zijlstra (a2)

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We used wavelets to investigate period and amplitude changes in Mira and semiregular variables and found a variety of behaviours. Period and amplitude changes often go together, perhaps because changes in amplitude are causing period changes via nonlinear effects.

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Studies of Mira and Semiregular Variables Using Visual Databases

  • T. R. Bedding (a1), B. C. Conn (a1) and A. A. Zijlstra (a2)

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