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Eclipsing Binaries in Dynamically Interacting Close, Multiple Systems

@inproceedings{Borkovits2022EclipsingBI,
  title={Eclipsing Binaries in Dynamically Interacting Close, Multiple Systems},
  author={Tam{\'a}s Borkovits},
  year={2022}
}
Close, compact, hierarchical, multiple stellar systems, i.e., multiples having an outer orbital period from months to a few years, comprise a small, but continuously growing group of the triple and multiple star zoo. Many of them consist of at least one eclipsing pair of stars and, therefore, exhibit readily observable short-term dynamical interactions among the components. Thus, their dynamical and astrophysical properties can be explored with high precision. In this paper we present an… 

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