A New Procedure for the Photometric Parallax Estimation

@article{Karaali2003ANP,
  title={A New Procedure for the Photometric Parallax Estimation},
  author={S. Karaali and Yuksel Karatas and Selçuk Bilir and Serap Ak and Esat Hamzaoğlu},
  journal={Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia},
  year={2003},
  volume={20},
  pages={270 - 278}
}
Abstract We present a new procedure for photometric parallax estimation. The data for 1236 stars provide calibrations between the absolute magnitude offset from the Hyades main-sequence and the ultraviolet-excess for eight different (B–V)0 colour-index intervals, (0.3 0.4), (0.4 0.5), (0.5 0.6), (0.6 0.7), (0.7 0.8), (0.8 0.9), (0.9 1.0) and (1.0 1.1). The mean difference between the original and estimated absolute magnitudes and the corresponding standard deviation are rather small, +0.0002… 
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