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This paper describes the processing applied to the Planck High Frequency Instrument (HFI) cleaned time-ordered information to produce pho-tometrically calibrated maps. HFI observes the sky over a broad range of frequencies, from 100 to 857 GHz. To get the best accuracy on the calibration on such a large range, two different photometric calibration schemes(More)
This paper describes the processing applied to the Planck High Frequency Instrument (HFI) cleaned, time-ordered information to produce pho-tometrically calibrated maps in temperature and (for the first time) in polarization. The data from the 2.5 year full mission include almost five independent full-sky surveys. HFI observes the sky over a broad range of(More)
We reconstruct the gravitational lensing convergence signal from cosmic microwave background (CMB) polarization data taken by the Polarbear experiment and cross-correlate it with cosmic infrared background maps from the Herschel satellite. From the cross spectra, we obtain evidence for gravitational lensing of the CMB polarization at a statistical(More)
The analysis of the microscopic appearance of the dental wear facets in contemporary european subjects has been conducted using the replica method. It showed the presence of numerous striae running in various directions. The angle of each stria with the sagittal plane was measured: 1540 angle values were recorded on 6 facet types belonging to 3 groups of(More)
This paper offers a new point of view on component separation, based on a model of additive components much more flexible than what is used in more traditional approaches. This flexibility is needed to accommodate the complex full-sky observations expected from the Planck space mission, for which it was developed, but it may also be useful in any context(More)
This paper describes the processing applied to the Planck High Frequency Instrument (HFI) cleaned, time-ordered information to produce pho-tometrically calibrated maps in temperature and (for the first time) in polarization. The data from the 2.5 year full mission include almost five independent full-sky surveys. HFI observes the sky over a broad range of(More)