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The First Bright Quasar Survey. III. The South Galactic cap
We present the results of an extension of the FIRST Bright Quasar Survey (FBQS) to the South Galactic cap, and to a fainter optical magnitude limit. Radio source counterparts with SERC R magnitudesExpand
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VARIABLE RADIO SOURCES IN THE GALACTIC PLANE
Using three epochs of Very Large Array observations of the Galactic plane in the first quadrant taken ∼15 years apart, we have conducted a search for a population of variable Galactic radio emittersExpand
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Morphological Annotations for Groups in the First Database
The morphology of selected groups of sources in the Faint Images of the Radio Sky at Twenty Centimeters (FIRST) survey and catalog is examined. Sources in the FIRST catalog (2003 April release,Expand
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The environments of young stars - Mid-infrared and molecular line imaging
Young late-type stars in massive-star-forming regions, though much fainter than their early-type neighbors, are detectable in brightened molecular line emission, IR continuum, and H 2 O maserExpand
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A Selection of Giant Radio Sources from NVSS
  • D. Proctor
  • Computer Science, Physics
  • ArXiv
  • 22 March 2016
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Results of the application of pattern recognition techniques to the problem of identifying Giant Radio Sources (GRS) from the NVSS catalog are presented and issues affecting the process are explored. Expand
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Comparing Pattern Recognition Feature Sets for Sorting Triples in the FIRST Database
Pattern recognition techniques have been used with increasing success for coping with the tremendous amounts of data being generated by automated surveys. Usually this process involves constructionExpand
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Low-resolution pattern recognition - sorting triples in the FIRST database
  • D. Proctor
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • J. Electronic Imaging
  • 1 July 2003
TLDR
The application of pattern recognition techniques to the data from the Faint Images of the Radio Sky at Twenty Centimeters Survey (FIRST) is explored. Expand
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A serendipitous survey of the Galactic plane for Type II OH masers
We have surveyed a 140 deg strip along the Galactic plane with the VLA for OH masers. Fifty OH masers, including 14 new sources, were detected. The masers have a very narrow distribution in GalacticExpand
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