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Round Table Summary: Instrumentation and Data Processing

  • Saul J. Adelman (a1), Ilfan Bikmaev (a2), Austin F. Gulliver (a3) and Barry Smalley (a4)

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During this round table Bikmaev described the systematic differences among equivalent width measurements and Gulliver discussed the reduction of high dispersion, high signal-to-noise CCD spectra. Smalley considered atmospheric extinction as it affects astronomical measurements while Adelman presented an overview of the ASTRA spectrophotometer.

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Round Table Summary: Instrumentation and Data Processing

  • Saul J. Adelman (a1), Ilfan Bikmaev (a2), Austin F. Gulliver (a3) and Barry Smalley (a4)

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