# Clustering of the AKARI NEP Deep Field 24 μm Selected Galaxies

@article{Solarz2015ClusteringOT,
title={Clustering of the AKARI NEP Deep Field 24 $\mu$m Selected Galaxies},
author={A. Solarz and Agnieszka Pollo and Tsutomu T. Takeuchi and Katarzyna Małek and Hideo Matsuhara and Glenn J. White and A. Pcepiak and Tomotsugu Goto and Takehiko Wada and Shinki Oyabu and Toshinobu Takagi and Youichi Ohyama and Chris Pearson and Hitoshi Hanami and Tsuyoshi Ishigaki and Matthew A. Malkan},
journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
year={2015},
volume={582}
}
• Published 1 September 2015
• Physics
• Astronomy and Astrophysics
Aims. We present a method of selection of 24 μ m galaxies from the AKARI north ecliptic pole (NEP) deep field down to 150 μ Jy and measurements of their two-point correlation function. We aim to associate various 24 μ m selected galaxy populations with present day galaxies and to investigate the impact of their environment on the direction of their subsequent evolution. Methods. We discuss using of Support Vector Machines (SVM) algorithm applied to infrared photometric data to perform star…

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