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Detectability of Bulge stars

  • M. Hernandez-Pajares (a1), R. Cubarsi (a1), J. Sanz-Subirana (a1) and J.M. Juan-Zornoza (a2)

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Classification algorithms based on neural network techniques are applied to study if the bulge stars can be differentiated from other stars belonging to other Galactic components. A synthetic sample is build as a mixture of four components, thin disk, thick disk, halo and bulge, according to some stellar system models and considering observational errors.

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Detectability of Bulge stars

  • M. Hernandez-Pajares (a1), R. Cubarsi (a1), J. Sanz-Subirana (a1) and J.M. Juan-Zornoza (a2)

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