# Computing in science.

@article{Brauman1993ComputingIS,
title={Computing in science.},
author={John I. Brauman},
journal={Science},
year={1993},
volume={261 5123},
pages={
811
}
}
90 Citations
A bottom-heavy initial mass function for the accreted blue-halo stars of the Milky Way
• Physics
• 2020
We use Gaia DR2 to measure the initial mass function (IMF) of stars within 250 pc and masses in the range 0.2 100 km/s or v_T > 200 km/s, and located above the isochrone on the HRD with metallicity
BAT AGN Spectroscopic Survey – XIII. The nature of the most luminous obscured AGN in the low-redshift universe
• Physics
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
• 2019
We present a multiwavelength analysis of 28 of the most luminous low-redshift narrow-line, ultra-hard X-ray-selected active galactic nuclei (AGN) drawn from the 70-month Swift/BAT all-sky survey,
3D Morphology of Open Clusters in the Solar Neighborhood with Gaia EDR 3: Its Relation to Cluster Dynamics
• Physics
The Astrophysical Journal
• 2021
We analyze the 3D morphology and kinematics of 13 open clusters (OCs) located within 500 pc of the Sun, using Gaia EDR 3 and kinematic data from the literature. Members of OCs are identified using
Exploring the relation between dust mass and galaxy properties using Dusty SAGE
• Physics
• 2021
We explore the relation between dust and several fundamental properties of simulated galaxies using the Dusty SAGE semi-analytic model. In addition to tracing the standard galaxy properties, Dusty
Eigenspectra: a framework for identifying spectra from 3D eclipse mapping
• Physics, Geology
• 2020
Planetary atmospheres are inherently 3D objects that can have strong gradients in latitude, longitude, and altitude. Secondary eclipse mapping is a powerful way to map the 3D distribution of the
Searching the Entirety of Kepler Data. I. 17 New Planet Candidates Including One Habitable Zone World
• Physics, Geology
• 2020
We present the results of an independent search of all ~200,000 stars observed over the four year Kepler mission (Q1-Q17) for multiplanet systems, using a three-transit minimum detection criteria to
The abundance and physical properties of O vii and O viii X-ray absorption systems in the EAGLE simulations
• Physics
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
• 2019
We use the EAGLE cosmological, hydrodynamical simulations to predict the column density and equivalent width distributions of intergalactic O vii ($E=574 \, \rm {eV}$) and O viii (\$E=654 \, \rm
What chemists (or chemistry students) need to know about computing
• Education, Computer Science
• 1995
Key points developed here include: the computer as a tool for learning study, research, and communication; hardware, software, computing concepts and other teaching concerns; and the appropriate place for chemistry computer usage instruction.
ShapeNet: Shape Constraint for Galaxy Image Deconvolution
• Physics
Astronomy &amp; Astrophysics
• 2022
Deep learning (DL) has shown remarkable results in solving inverse problems in various domains. In particular, the Tikhonet approach is very powerful in deconvolving optical astronomical images.